Swedish baby and children’s brand Kid’s Concept is now available in the UK, and so today I’m sharing some of my top picks from their beautiful range and giving one of my readers a chance to win a gift voucher to spend with them, too.
Here’s a little more about the brand..
Kids Concept UK specialises in a whole range of unique Baby & Children’s gifts, toys, room accessories, bedding etc. for children aged 0 – 7 yrs and are all designed in Sweden.
‘By coordinating our products by colours & concepts our customers can easily create stylish, coordinated and fun children’s rooms using matching accessories.
Our products are original designs of Kids Concept. These are quality controlled and all of our wooden products are hand-made.’
When you go over to the website, you can see these co-ordinated colours and themes, which can all be mixed and matched up to create the look that you’re after. There are currently 6 themes, STAR, ABBEY, PIPPI, TURBO, PUMPKIN, PRINCESS & IVY, and I’m still trying to decide which one is my favourite. I’ve been having a good look around and there are so many pretty products on offer. Here are a few things that have caught my eye, to give you a better idea of what Kid’s Concept is all about..
Furniture & Storage…
And I just adore this rocking chair…
I spotted on the website that there is a 20% off your first order offer on until the end of May, too, so well worth checking that out. As well as their website, you can find them on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
And now one of you lovely readers has the chance to win a £50 gift voucher to spend at Kid’s Concept. To enter, simple use the rafflecopter below. The give-away closes at 12am 31st May 2015 and is open to UK residents only. Good luck!
I also have an exclusive offer code for my readers. Just enter TRR06 to receive £10 off your order if you spend £50 and over. Offer code runs from 1/6/15 until 14/6/15.
What’s your favourite item from the Kid’s Concept range?
Disclosure: Written in collaboration with Kid’s Concept, though all words and opinions remain my own