Best Interiors Decoration Design | Junior Design Awards 2019

It's the little extras that can make a room and these are the finishing touches that do just that...

| Junior Design Awards 2019

Best Interiors Decoration Design | Junior Design Awards 2019
WINNER: BEST INTERIORS DECORATION DESIGN

WHO: Max Made Me Do It Personalised Letter Prints

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WHAT: Beautiful letter prints in sorbet shades surrounded by detailed illustrations of objects and animals that share the same initial. Prints can be personalised with a child’s name and date of birth to make a truly personal keepsake.

WHY: These prints really caught our judges’ imaginations who loved the stylish typeface teamed with magical illustrations. There wasn’t a single member of the panel who didn’t want one of these for their wall at home. Our judges wrote in their notes:

This is my go to gift for all friends with children! The charm and character within each print brings heart to any room.
Gemma Metcalfe, founder of female empowering lifestyle store Mutha. Hood
Gorgeous Letter Prints with intricate designs.
Mariko Kuo, fashion, lifestyle and travel blogger and lawyer.
I loved these prints from the moment I saw them. There’s something so magical about these designs that you can spend hours poring over and I love the personal touch.
Bonita Turner, Editor of Junior

WHERE: Max Made Me Do It

Best Interiors Decoration Design | Junior Design Awards 2019

WINNER: SILVER BEST INTERIORS DECORATION DESIGN

WHO: No Fred – Harbour House

WHAT: Stylish simple dollhouses in a range of eye-catching colours that you will want to have on display. Designed to look beautiful but also to provide a home for all those figures and toys that children already have but really need somewhere to live. If you decide to buy a whole terrace of houses they interconnect perfectly so that toys can visit their neighbours with ease.

WHY: Perfect for stimulating imaginative play, these modern houses may be minimal but they provide the perfect foil for children’s figures, dolls and all their pets and accessories. The scale of these houses has been well thought out too, with each door, window and even the chimney being designed to accommodate all the favourites such as Playmobil figures, LEGO and Sylvanian Families. The fact that these houses are as appealing to adult eyes as they are to children’s was not lost on our judges who commented:

I am in love with this modern dolls house that would sit just as well in a communal adult living space as it would in a child’s bedroom.
Gemma Metcalfe, founder of female empowering lifestyle store Mutha. Hood
I love these doll houses! The Scandi design is perfect for nurseries and placed anywhere in the house. It's also nice that the idea is for children to play with existing toys that they already have using the doll houses.
Mariko Kuo, fashion, lifestyle and travel blogger and lawyer.

WHERE: No Fred

Best Interiors Decoration Design | Junior Design Awards 2019
WINNER: SILVER BEST INTERIORS DECORATION DESIGN

WHO: Family Rule Chalkboard Ruler Height Chart

WHAT: A height chart designed to look like an enormous traditional school ruler, featuring hand painted imperial and metric measurements as well as a blackboard paint central panel. Available in four different wood shades, the chalkboard ruler can also be personalised along its blackboard centre.

WHY: Our judges absolutely loved this beautifully crafted, quirky height chart that would provide a charming focal point for any child’s room. Many noted that not only would this piece make a great talking point in the home and encourage children to look at numbers in a fun way, it would also be something that the whole family could look back on for years with affection. The panel wrote in their notes:

I have one word: heirloom. Who wouldn’t want this glorious piece of furniture in their home forever, marking the growth of generations. Glorious craftsmanship and exceptional quality.
Gemma Metcalfe, founder of female empowering lifestyle store Mutha. Hood
Love this idea - I want one. So cool to be able to take it with you when you move house.
Zoe de Pass, blogger and founder of Dress like a Mum

WHERE: Family Rule

Best Interiors Decoration Design | Junior Design Awards 2019
WINNER: BRONZE BEST INTERIORS DECORATION DESIGN

WHO: The Nursery Collection from Edward Bulmer Natural Paint

WHAT: A range of twelve colours from natural paint company Edward Bulmer, specially created for decorating children’s rooms. This paint is made from natural ingredients and contains no plastic or toxic chemicals, meaning no headaches, allergic reactions or horrid paint fumes so kids can sleep safely in a freshly painted room and you can sleep better knowing it’s better for the planet.

WHY: What could set a better president for a considerate, eco-conscious way of life than choosing an eco friendly product to decorate your child’s room? Not only will these paints provide a healthier environment for whoever inhabits the four walls they have painted but they will also have less impact on the earth. Eco credentials aside, our judges loved the range of soft and vibrant colours, commenting in their notes:

Brilliant idea! My whole house is painted in your paint. : )
Abi Campbell, Children’s photographer
Gorgeous paint colours that would be perfect for nurseries. So great that these paints are all made of natural ingredients.
Mariko Kuo, fashion, lifestyle and travel blogger and lawyer.
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WHERE: Edward Bulmer Natural Paint