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Orla Kiely Children’s Books

By Kate |

We adore the brand new Orla Kiely children’s books. They are a great way to add some fab design to your child’s library.

About Designer Orla Kiely

The creative world of Orla Kiely was founded in 1995 to express visually, her love of pattern, colour, texture and rhythm, which as components all play and work together.
Her instinctive graphic discipline to simplify and stylise everyday motifs and forms adds another dimension.

Spring / Summer 2012 Picks

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1. Lurex Top
2. Cotton Blend Skirt
3. Wallflower Scarf
4. Solid Colour Sunglasses
5. Punched Acorn Purse
6. Stripy Stem 2 in 1 Wash Bag
7. Punched Acorn Tillie Bag
8. Sunflower Journal

Orla Kiely Children’s Books

With iconic shapes and patterns, Orla Kiely presents basic concepts fashionably and accessibly. Each spread features a color or number illustrated by a famous Kiely pattern. Simple enough for toddlers yet sophisticated enough for fashionistas, these books are perfect for mothers and babies.

We love these children’s books because they are modern, graphic and fun. The books are straightforward and simple – the perfect way to teach numbers and colors.

Colors

Numbers

Affordable Orla Kiely Finds

While the beautiful children’s books are an affordable way to bring Orla Kiely into your home, you can’t exactly wear them. Most of the designer pieces are at designer prices so we tracked down some finds that won’t break the bank.

iPhone 4/4s Snap On Cover ($44)

Wallflower Fliptop Jotter ($8)

Laminated Stripy Stem Print Wallet ($95)

Laminated Shadow Stem Print Satchel ($85)

What do you think of Orla Kiely’s graphic patterns?

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops for three kids ages 7, 5 and 2 from their home in Japan. Her military family is making the most of back-to-back overseas assignments by traveling every chance they get.

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