KIDS’ ROOM | Margo Weyer

Less is often more which is why we’re loving Dutch textile designer and stylist Margo Weyer’s simple collection of pillows.

Margo Weyer

Margo Weyer

Simple is often best, and when it comes to kids’ rooms, the Children’s Team believes less is more. We’re loving Dutch textile designer and stylist Margo Weyer’s simple collection of pillows with designs that look like they were taken out of a child’s notebook. Choose from a simple embroidered shoe or bathing suit, or get a bit more daring with one of her offbeat clown or poodle designs.

Margo Weyer

KIDS' ROOM | Margo Weyer

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