introducing Happy + Co
We recently received the loveliest of parcels from new interiors brand Happy + Co and we wanted to share them with you as not only is their stuff AMAZING but the way they do things sits really well with us too.
So a bit about them… Happy + Co was founded by Penny Capper and her Godfather Gary Elton who is an interior designer. Their products are inspired by their love of travel and they work closely with everyone involved in the making of them, happy team = happy products! The collection at the moment includes furniture, cushions, tableware, bed linen and home accessories all guaranteed to stand out.
Anyone that knows us will know we are very house proud and love to keep our homes looking nice (well we try with babies and toddlers around lol). We totally agree with Happy + Co’s idea that a few smart touches can truly transform the personality of any home. Not sure if it’s the pregnancy nesting kicking in already but recently Megan has been on a one woman mission to get her teenie flat organised – changing furniture and rearranging rooms, little things like new pillows, throws and accessories have such a big impact but are such a simple and easy idea – get on pinterest people!
So a bit more about what items we chose. Megan went for the Bondi pillow and Lucy the Newport and a bunny. Both pillows are from their Double Bay collection and designed by Australian artist Bruce Goold. We loved so much from all their collections but with both our rooms being quite minimal with patterns we liked the boldess of these ones and that they still fitted in really well with our existing decor.
How cute are the bunnies too?! These are handmade in Bali and would look amazing in any nursery we think.
As we mentioned, how Happy + Co do things is something we love too. Over 90% of the packaging is eco friendly so it comes in a linen sack rather than a plastic bag (it’s also super quirky and can definitely be reused). Megan currently has her bag full of Abel’s toys!
A minimum of 10% of the profit goes back to their co-venture Happy + Co Farm in Cambodia too. The farm currently employs 40 local young people who grow fresh and healthy produce daily in an area that previously relied heavily on importation. This is something that really made us smile.
As you can see, Happy and Co can definitely offer that statement piece that you have been looking for, brightening up and adding character to the simplest of spaces. Adding a touch of happiness to your home 🙂 to view their collections and get more information please check out www.happyandco.com. Happy shopping!
Megan + Lucy x
[We were not financially compensated for this post. We received a sample to try out and review. The opinions are completely our own and are 100% honest.]