JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 PLATINUM WINNER: Best Children’s Interiors/Lifestyle Retailer



WHAT: A curated kids and lifestyle concept store founded by two mums, childrenswear Buyer Carly and designer Sophie who met on maternity leave. The store showcases toys, gifts and books from an array of exciting independent brands and small businesses with an emphasis on sustainability.

WHY: We loved the fresh, creative design of the Pop website and the fantastic selection of gifts, toys and clothes - the book selection in particular was a huge draw. We also loved the fact that the team at Pop organize community events and activities. The Ultimate Teddy Bears' Picnic, POP Art & Play, and the POP Christmas Markets sound like great fun!

Some fab brands here.
Yvadney Davis, children’s stylist @yvadney
A fun selection of goodies that really do bring a smile to your face. An edit and curation for the modern parent wanting to bring colour to their kids lives.
Gemma Metcalfe, founder of Mutha.Hood @mutha.hood
This store is an emporium of beautiful brands.
Carly Stevens, Fashion stylist and blogger @carlyjstevens

WHERE: We Are Pop


JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 GOLD WINNER: Best Children’s Interiors/Lifestyle Retailer

WHO: Monkey McCoy

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WHAT: An international online concept store founded by Kerry McCoy who has created a one-stop-shop for trend-led design, that entices kids and adults alike. Selling stylishly curated fashion for children (up to 10 years), toys, gifts and contemporary decor. Stock is selected for quality, longevity and ethical production.

WHY: The sheer breadth of beautiful stock at Monkey McCoy blew our judges away. Gorgeous pieces from Maileg, Liewood, Sleepy Doe and Bobo Choses had everyone cooing and we loved the attention to detail. That every order is gift wrapped in tissue with branded stickers, including seasonal sweetie treats is testament to the love that goes into every step of running this online store.

Home to so many beautiful brands, this website is definitely a one stop shop.
Carly Stevens, Fashion Stylist and Blogger, @carlyjstevens
Beautiful products!
Georgia Jones, Model, presenter and blogger, @thegeorgiaedit
Brave brand selection. Effortlessly stylish.
Yvadney Davis, Children’s fashion stylist @yvadney

WHERE: Monkey McCoy


JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 SILVER WINNER: Best Children’s Interiors/Lifestyle Retailer

WHO: Acorn & Pip

WHAT: A lifestyle brand that aims to create a welcoming, playful retail experience both in-store and online. Stocking stylish products for the whole family from clothes to décor with a particular eye for beautiful design teamed with longevity and ethical production.

WHY: Our judges loved the charming design of the Acorn & Pip website, which manages to tread a perfect balance between contemporary and nostalgic. Their stock is beautiful without exception and their warm and friendly ethos is evident from the locally sourced bites they provide (Buttered crumpet soldiers? Yes please!) to their interesting and informative blog posts.

I could spend a fortune here! What a beautifully curated brand for all your lifestyle desires and needs.
Carly Stevens, Fashion Stylist and blogger at Style & Subtance
Great selection of products. Love the seed mix - beautiful packaging.
Tracey Jacob, children’s fashion stylist, @traceyjacob1
Incredibly stylish what a great curation of products I love the integration of ethical focus in the brand, that is so important!
Yvadney Davis, children’s fashion stylist, @yvadney

WHERE: Acorn and Pip


JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 BRONZE WINNER: Best Children’s Interiors/Lifestyle Retailer

WHO: Soren’s House

WHAT: A contemporary, natural design store for children, babies and home with a focus on beautifully designed products made from natural materials. Catering for environmentally aware parents who want non-plastic alternatives, BPA free tableware and organic clothing and bedding where possible that can be passed down.

WHY: First of all, our judges loved everything stocked by this ethically aware store. The beautifully curated and sensitively sourced products were a huge hit with everyone. Secondly, the judges really did feel that this was a true family business run with love and upholding strong values that we should all be aligning ourselves with.

Abi Campbell, Children’s Photographer, @abicampbellphotography
A beautiful store that children and adults will enjoy. I adore the fact that everything is natural, non-toxic and organic.
Carly Stevens, founder of Style & Substance Blog
A wonderful mix of bright, muted and playful options that have a scandi vibe at its core. I love the offerings which I can imagine thrilling so many little ones.
Gemma Metcalfe, founder of Mutha. Hood @mutha.hood
What a heartwarming story behind the brand.
Georgia Jones, Model, influencer and founder of The Georgia Edit

WHERE: Sorens House