Oeuf’s mission statement can be summed up in two words,”be good.” It stems from all the goodness of family and home—exactly what you would want to see in a furniture line made for your baby or child. Oeuf is a true family business, created by a marriage and partnership between Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan. I recently enjoyed a behind-the-scenes
If you have been keeping up with us on Facebook and twitter then you know that Melisa and I recently spent three jam-packed days pounding the pavement in New York City. We had a ton of fun, but let me tell you, I think my feet are still sore—please remind a mother of three never to wear brand new platform
Designer Tracy Davis, of Urban Dwellings, recently uploaded this gorgeous room for a lucky little girl into our gallery. We fell hard for this room (especially those poms!), and we asked Tracy if she wouldn’t mind answering a few questions about her design. Tracy, what a lovely room! Can you tell us some of the main goals you hoped to
Ever wonder where your favorite baby products are developed? Does this red and white motif look familiar? A company like Skip Hop is bound to have some cool, open/airy office space, cool creative types working diligently on their Macs and a cool founder who is just as passionate about the future of their products as they were when they made their first diaper bags for friends. Check all the boxes for the folks at Skip Hop because it’s all true. I had the pleasure of meeting President and co-founder Ellen Diamant while in New York City.