I wanted to take today and highlight the artists that contributed to the Gray & Gold Nursery. I think the art in that space really made it shine, it made it special. Each piece has meaning for the couple, for them as a family of three. The gold foil prints fit in this nursery perfectly, but I also loved the thought that they could be moved to different parts of the home later if desired. Plus they can grow up with their little boy. It was a win all around.
I’m so happy to be sharing more up close and personal photos of these artists’ work, and I hope you show them some love. These are all small business owners, and I so appreciate their love of their craft. The way these prints came packaged was beauty in itself!
Here they are…in alphabetical order. You should definitely explore these shops, I found a few things just while writing this post!
And also, I couldn’t finish this post without talking about Trang’s beautiful work on the Origami Mobile. I’m torn on baby mobiles because they are often too simple looking (and boring for baby), or they are reeeeeeally out there. I came up with the idea for the origami mobile because I thought the shapes would be intriguing for baby, the shadows the folds of the paper cast would be interesting, plus it would look simple and beautiful. Trang delivered truly lovely work, and her handcrafted animals from gold metallic paper fit this space to a tee. Find her work here.
It makes me really happy to showcase other women’s work – women who are entrepreneurial, creative, and smart. Women working hard to support themselves and their families and using their talent. A special thanks to these business owners who helped me with this project.