The latest in news, trends and happenings for the home.
In celebration of Batman’s 80th birthday, Warner Bros. have teamed up with Adairs to launch an exclusive homewares range for kids. The trendy collection of products includes bed linen, wall art and décor featuring the caped crusader. There’s also a limited Wonder Woman range.
Batman text figure pillowcase $14.99, Adairs.
Catch some Z’s
A restless child who can’t sleep, long nights spent soothing them to rest, frustration that nothing works, these are all situations most parents can relate to. Glow Dreaming is a sleep aid suitable for children from eight weeks through to adulthood. It features aromatherapy, humidifier, red light therapy and pink noise which is designed to help make sleep easier. And, with Sleep Awareness Week from 5 to 11 August, it’s a timely reminder about the importance of creating good sleep habits.
Glow Dreaming $130, glowdreaming.com
Google Home on the move
LOFT and JOT (pictured) are new portable battery bases for Google Home and Google Home Mini that allow you to unplug and enjoy the freedom to move your device around your home or office, cord-free. The rechargeable battery base gives the unit eight hours of cordless power.
Paper Crane enters the fold
Target Australia has welcomed a new stationery brand, Paper Crane, to its fold. The collection features distinctive patterns and designs that cater to all ages and style preferences across a range of products from journals and pens to folders, adhesive notes and accessories.
Available at selected Target stores, items and styles will vary across stores, or online at target.com.au