Lavandiska's pastel take on childhood

Lavandiska's pastel take on childhood

A Portuguese brand creating kid’s

apparel with natural fabrics and pastel colors

There’s a new sustainable brand filling our minds with its soft colors, handmade fabrics and ludic philosophy. Lavandiska, named after a little bird, was created in 2015 by Filipa Meira and Roberto Morim.

The brand uses local materials and techniques to make high-quality apparel for children, including clothes, toys and decoration. Their goal is to provide items that bring both functionality and a pleasing mood to parents’s busy everyday life.

“Lavandiska embodies the modern woman. Its collections are designed for a contemporary life, offering practical ideas for day-to-day, always with a touch of color and good taste.”
— Lavandiska
Photography:  Design Hunger .

Photography: Design Hunger.

Inspired by the Nordic style, Lavandiska’s essence shows itself in the details, like its quality materials, original finishings and creative design. Everything is thought to make both parents and kids happy, and it certainly does!

How cute is this collection?!

If you want to see more of Lavandiska’s items and get some for your little ones, it’s easy! You can either find them at several stores across Portugal, or at their website. Make sure check it out!

Below, our favourite pieces from the collection.

Photography:  Design Hunger .

Photography: Design Hunger.

 

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