It’s been nuts around here! Our east coast team has been prepping for our largest baby show ever hosted by Big City Moms right here in Manhattan—think 1000 expecting parents. We’re counting down the days, and if you’ve been following our blog, we’ve shared our past displays from Los Angeles and most recently Miami, but nothing will compare to what and who we’ll be showcasing in our “Nursery Design Center” at Metropolitan Pavilion on the evening of May 9th.
It gives us great pride to highlight the talents of our top NYC design duo My Tiny Nest. Both Julie Frank and Alessia Corpino have a clean, graphic design style guaranteed to bring elements of sophistication and surprise. Ready for a sneak peek?
Baby Girl Nursery, “A Serene Haven”
Baby Boy Nursery, “Reaching for the Stars”
We’re also revealing our newest addition to team PN, designer and artist, Sam Simon. Not only is it going to be great to get a male perspective around here, but we’ll also get to enjoy his amazing work, boldly (or more like “brightly”) featured on the walls of the two nursery vignettes. This guy can do just about anything!
At the end of the day, we would not be able to produce our booth if it weren’t for our incredible sponsors who are donating their products, time and energy in order for our vision to come alive and be shared with you, our lovely audience.
A big Project Nursery thank you to:
From left to right: Serena & Lily, ducduc, FLOR, Bellini, Nurseryworks, West Elm, OpenSky, RoomService, The Hungry Hippopotamus, Frosted NYC, Oilo, Johanna Lindsay Photography, Sugar High, Inc., Frog Prince Paperie, The Honest Co.
For those of you who can’t be there with us, we look forward to bringing you all the details in a series of posts following the event! Follow us on Instagram (projectnursery), Twitter and Facebook for a play-by-play of the day’s set up, space transformation and event.
And for any of you already planning to attend, stop by, meet Team Project Nursery and enter for a chance to win the Nurseryworks Empire Rocker! Admittedly, it’s going to be hard for us not to want to bring it home for ourselves. See you all Wednesday!