Laura, founder of Grace & Maggie, became more and more aware of the importance of creating a safe place for play in her home after having an adventurous toddler on hand.
Although traditional playmats are fabulous and practical, the primary colours really impose on the look of a room and really don’t suit most spaces. From there – Grace & Maggie was born!
Featured: Run Forest, Blush Small Playmat
This beautiful soft pastel pink playmat will compliment any room in your home whilst providing a safe, comfortable place for your little ones to play.
On one side you’ll find a soft geometric design with a minimalist feel, while the other has the cute Grace & Maggie trademark design that will blend seamlessly into your space.
All mats have been independently tested for safety and surpass international safety standard, so they’re perfect for tummy time and hypoallergenic for sensitive skin.
Shop more playmate via the Grace & Maggie website.
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