The Animal Print Shop x Nursery project

The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose The Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon MontroseThe Minimalist x The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose

 

“It may be small, but it packs a pretty-and tiny-fisted-punch. Clean, crisp, and sophisticated, baby Dash’s Los Angeles nursery is the second Animal Print Shop Nursery Project.

Dash’s parents, photographers Max and Margaux Wanger, are dear friends of The Animal Print Shop. So when the two turned over total creative control of their little one’s room (a cozy nook in the corner of their charming Los Angeles home), we knew we had a welcome challenge on our hands.

Especially exciting for us was the opportunity to design the room around the addition of our very own baby, Baby Elephant – a brand-new, much-anticipated Print Shop family member. “What’s better than a baby elephant?” says Max.

We teamed up with designer Morgan Satterfield to create a bright, modern space fit for a design-savvy little man-in-the-making. Alongside Baby Elephant, hand-blocked curtains in black and gray, a custom-built floating dresser/changing table, and a modern wooden crib were our centerpieces; a one-of-a-kind mobile, a cheerful whale pillow, and a neon yellow tassel garland made for eye-catching accents.”

We were so thrilled to be able to contribute to such a beautiful project!

ROOM SOURCES:
Crib: Ouef
Baby Elephant Art: Right here at The Animal Print Shop! 
Tassel Garland (these are decor–Max and Margaux take them off when baby Dash sleeps): The Minimalist
Blanket: The Minimalist 
Circle Pillow: The Minimalist
Rocking Chair: OneFortyThree
Mobile: OneFortyThree
Brass Swing Arm Lamp: OneFortyThree
Whale Pillow: Ferm Living
Sheets: Little Auggie
Book Ledge: Ikea
Floating Storage unit: See Morgans’s DIY here (we used 24″ depth)
Curtains: Ikea 
Yellow Hang-It-All: Beat up old hang-it-all brought back to life with yellow spray paint
Leather Cabinet Pulls: CAMP

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3 comments

  1. zannasmom

    It’s beautiful. Love the colors, styling, the elephant. Wee bit worried about putting a garland on a crib – a bit baby-strangle-y.

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