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About Petit Collage

Born in Buenos Aires, San Francisco-based designer Lorena Siminovich first tapped into her inner artist when she was a child — and now with a child of her own, she continues to find inspiration in the blank page. Since founding Petit Collage in 2006, the artist and children's book author has made a name for herself creating collages with a vintage twist, traveling to collect found, recycled, and painted papers from all over the world. Today, Petit Collage is sold worldwide and has expanded to include mobiles, posters, mirrors, prints on wood, and accessories.

Past Sales Featuring Petit Collage

Sale Ended January 31, 2014

Modern Mobiles for Baby's Nursery

These unique mobiles are tres chic for your little one's nursery. They come in a variety of colors — brights, neutrals, and pastels — and a wide range of shapes, including monkeys, whales, elephants, sail boats, and geometric shapes.

Sale Ended March 06, 2012

Momeni Children's Rugs

What do you get when you mix Old World influences with modern whimsy? These one-of-a-kind rugs for kids and tweens, each of which is handmade by the family-owned brand. In today’s mix: a round train-inspired number, a retro flower-power design, and super-plush shags in pink and baby blue.

Sale Ended June 30, 2012

Petit Collage: Decor, Dolls & More

It doesn't get much more adorable than these decorative creations for kids. We're loving the San Francisco brand's selection of whimsical handmade collages, bamboo mobiles, and organic cotton dolls. Framed wooden prints and animal-shaped mirrors will provide the crowning touch for your little one's nursery decor.

Sale Ended April 25, 2013

Petit Collage: Eco-Friendly Decor

It doesn't get much more adorable than these decorative elements for kids. We're loving Petit Collage's selection of whimsical alphabet posters, fabric wall decals, vintage-inspired wooden prints, mobiles, and animal-shaped mirrors with built-in growth charts. The best part: The brand's designer strives to make the products from sustainable, forest-friendly materials.