Hibou, in case you were wondering, is French for owl, while cuckoo is English for erm… cuckoo.
Category Archive: shops
There’s an in-store bench where you can sit and peruse the vast range of books with a massive cuddly tiger for company.
The store offers a monstrous selection of edibles, from salts made from tears to conserves made from bodily fluids.
The shop is adorable and the selection is perfect. The sale is also absolutely brilliant with loads of massive reductions.
Everything is so stylish it’s borderline ridiculous, plus I love kids’ shops with play areas, even if they’re too nice to use
What?: London-based chain of boutique charity shops all beautifully designed and curated to create a thrift-store experience like no other. Expect top-notch, barely used baby equipment, lightly loved picture books, high-end toys and rails chock-full of quality designer and high-street clothing
Fount is the parental utopia you’ve always dreamed of but never believed could exist because life just isn’t that kind
Modern furniture, textiles, wall art and cartoon softies designed to look as good outside the nursery as in it
This is not a just shoe shop, it’s a cool kids’ superstore selling all manner of toys, games, decor, clothing and books. And shoes.
Well-designed, lavishly illustrated books are dreamily displayed on clean white tables and shelves for optimum perving