If You Love Handmade You'll Love Petit Collage!

Petit Collage is the perfect mix of handmade for children’s room decor.  A line of modern baby and child wall décor and accessories with a vintage twist, founder Lorena Siminovich’s distinct hand-made collages on wood were the first to capture the hearts of parents everywhere. The collection has expanded to include mobiles, posters, mirrors, prints on wood, and more, handcrafted in a sustainable manner from the best-quality, most eco-friendly materials available.  Her new line for fall has just launched.  Check out our favourites in the slideshow below and the rest of the collection online here.

  • Deluxe Red Bird Mobile 1 of 6
    Deluxe Red Bird Mobile
    A modern addition to any child's room, this mobile is laser-cut from sustainably harvested bamboo plywood, an earth-friendly renewable resource
  • Jumbo Wood Panels 2 of 6
    Jumbo Wood Panels
    With striking graphics printed directly on wood, the beauty of the wood grain is juxtaposed with their collaged art for a stunning effect.
  • Prints on Wood 3 of 6
    Prints on Wood
    They have now expanded their prints on wood collection.
  • Recycled Boxed Notecards 4 of 6
    Recycled Boxed Notecards
    Add a playful yet elegant signature to all hand-written hellos.
  • Modern Dolls 5 of 6
    Modern Dolls
    Merry and lovable, their witty dolls are destined to become family heirlooms.
  • Animal Pillows 6 of 6
    Animal Pillows
    A charming addition to any nursery, these animal pillows are made from linen cotton with 100% wool felt applique.

About Poppytalk:

Jan is the author and co-founder of the Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to their online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

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