Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Princess and The Prop Maker

It is with great excitement that I announce a brand new collaboration with my unbelievably creative and witty colleague, Aaron Christensen of Embellishments Studio. Aaron is not only a talented kid space designer who creates elaborate and theatrical props and furniture, but his best selling art can be found in hundreds of boutiques and retail giants like Target, Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn.  Through this endeavor, The Princess and The Prop Maker, we will merge talents and varied approaches to design and create an exciting array of children’s spaces and develop new products for the juvenile marketplace.
Individually, we have both carved our niche in the children’s industry, with myself being the classically trained interior decorator who has designed a few celebrity nurseries as well as my own line of children's wall art that has its timeless and endearing qualities making them high performing staples in boutiques nationwide. Aaron, a more unconventional designer and artist, in the juvenile field, has brought his design-build capabilities to the room design arena, creating some of the most fantastic and customized spaces. His line of wall art and products, addressing the more masculine spirit have captured him a spot as one of the industry’s leading artists.
Collectively, we are bringing to life our new personas as “The Princess and The Prop Maker” to harness our diverse strengths and have fun with our differences. We plan on bringing, to our clients and the industry, double the ideas, double the performance and, hopefully, double the entertainment value.
Although we have collaborated on projects remotely, we are seeking our first “together” on-site project and would appreciate your spreading the word. We are looking for projects such as Nurseries, Kid’s Rooms, Teen/Tween Spaces or Tenant improvements for child based businesses such as pediatric offices, salons and boutiques. 
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