I spotted this at Geekologie and well crikey! What little girl wouldn’t love to visit this house? Hello Kitty is 35 years old and to celebrate a special museum in Shanghai has been designed to show off all things Kitty. If you can bear to be subjected to so much pink then please read on.
I bet you can guess what’s upsetting the Blinds 2go team? Uh huh, curtains! Just take a look at those Kitty curtains. Can we take this opportunity to educate Kitty fans the world over with the following pink window blinds. From roller to venetian and roman we have something that will satisfy pink kitty lovers everywhere. All blinds are available from Blinds 2go and our free next day sample service will make sure you get exactly the pink you desire.
We particularly like the Dotty pink blackout roller blind, it would look gorgeous in any little girls bedroom. If you want just a hint of pink then the Ocean pale blush roller blind is the one for you. This blind works so well in a kitchen or bathroom, being PVC it’s 100% waterproof and will repel all water and grime. Finally we can recommend the Wild salmon ventian blind. This blind has all the sophistication of a slatted blind but with a cheeky pink tone.
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And just as an aside. If there are any mums to be out there. Forget that epidural, even the gas and air and TENS machine. All you really need is Miss Kitty! A Taiwanese maternity hospital has gone as far as it can with the Miss Kitty theme. The hospital boasts an elaborate, gilded entrance with mock Ionic columns and white, pink and violet tile walls. A hospital spokesman has said “When new moms feel anxious and lost about how to deal with their new babies, Hello Kitty can make them more relaxed and reduce their sense of discomfort while giving birth.”.
A giant Hello Kitty figure dressed in a pink doctor’s uniform greets visitors in the main lobby, while colorful murals of the feline and her ‘Dear Daniel’ boyfriend are mounted in the recovery rooms for moms, in the central baby room and even on elevator doors. Newborns are wrapped in Hello Kitty blankets – pink for the girls, sky blue for the boys.
It is well worth reading the full article at the Shanghai Daily!