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Inside Anna + Florence’s whimsical sanctuary

Styling by Kimmy & Bear Spaces and Photography by Bailey Jane Pictures When Bailey Bezuidenhout and her hubby Jan-Jan made plans to completely renovate their Johannesburg apartment, the style-savvy mama knew she wanted to create a space for her five-year-old twins that was calming, mystical and a safe-haven for them to …

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The secret to your kids’ rooms looking less like a junk yard

By Kerrie Simon-Lawrence Here’s something every mama knows… it is IMPOSSIBLE to keep your kids’ rooms tidy. Until now, thanks to Mustard. My catch-22 situation is books. My bebes love them, I love that they love them, and I want to encourage them to keep loving them. But jeepers, getting …

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How to Choose the Best Cot #babystyle

It is so much fun to select nursery furniture these days. The choice is amazing and inspiration online is endless. However, it is not all about the look, but practicality, longevity, quality and origin also play a part. So what do you need to consider in choosing the best cot? …

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HABITAT: Feng Shui your Nursery

“Good Feng Shui in a nursery can soothe, nourish and strengthen a baby’s energy, helping her to feel comfortable, happy, and fill her with inspiration and wonder.”

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HABITAT: 5 Steps to Create a Chic Nursery for Sleep Success

Want to create a modern nursery that helps to ensure your baby actually sleeps? Though most babies sleep best in dark, cool (18-20C) and quiet, cave-like rooms, it is still possible to have a chic, contemporary nursery that can be easily transformed into a zen-like sleep space. 1. Choose your …

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STYLE: Monochrome Love with Wee Gallery

It’s well known that we LOVE monochrome here at MD® HQ, and we also love an independent business radiating sass and style. So when we came across Wee Gallery at UrbanBaby, we had to share. Wee Gallery started when Surya and Dave Pinto became new parents and learnt that newborns could …

Olivia’s Space (Issue 6)

Olivia’s Space (from Issue 6) Photography by Jennifer Rayner (