We have been busy behind the scenes, you may have seen our campaign dubbed #whatsinyourwardrobe.
We felt it was time for the brand to reflect our ethos of ‘Creating luxury bedrooms that spark the imagination of little ones’ and to revitalize our connection with our customers. Six year old Punkin and her brother, Patch are the characters in our new logo. Punkin likes to play dress up; her imagination transforms bubbles into real balloons.
Patch’s no 1 hero is Dad. The characters form the face of the brand and were designed by acclaimed artist Gemma Milly. We will be sharing more about them on our blog & via social media in the upcoming weeks.
The Punkin Patch Interiors website www.punkinpatch.co.uk
This illustration features friends of Punkin and Patch, they appear to be in a world of their own. Like all children, they play and enjoy each others’ company with wild abandon.
It represents for me, my happy childhood where I lived on Enid Blyton’s books- The Adventures of the Wishing Chair remains my firm favourite, and the chair in the picture looks very much like it! I had no desire for movies or TV; the magical world she created could not be represented through any other medium except in the active mind of a child. In Enid Blyton’s world, words like gobbledigook and thingamybob transported you into the land of make-believe, where there were characters like moonface and Mr Saucepan Man, along with trees that scolded you or animals that conversed in human language.
We have recreated these magical worlds through our furniture, linens and room accessories as well as through interior styling of your child’s room. We hope you’ll join Punkin, Patch and their friends as they embark on a magical journey filled with adventure. The best of it however will remain in your little one’s imagination as it grows with your child.
Welcome to our world!
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