Design For A New Born

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Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 10.20.58 AMPreparing for a new born is never an easy task, but it can be a lot of fun and certainly creative.  Baby merchandise has come a long way and more than ever you can tailor your baby’s nursery to your style.

As a creative director of TGG I never leave my design sensibilities at the office. Design is one of the most important things in my life and I express it many ways, even with my expecting baby boy. Which brings me to purchasing nursery furniture. It is very important to me that my selections fit my current decor that I’ve worked so long and hard to create.

So in my hunt I came across Little Nest. If you’re expecting or planning I highly recommend this brand. As their website states “Little Nest is dedicated to bringing you modern kids furniture for today’s contemporary family home.”

I just purchased the “cygnet”. It comes in a range of 7 colors and leather options. I went with the royal blue because it compliments my color scheme and this mid century classic will look chic in any room.

Check out their 8 other chairs. Happy shopping!

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Paper, Pratt and Pucci

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Going to work every day in the design capital of the world brings 365 days of unique design inspiration. From street performers to museum row, from graffiti to fine art, New York City is a mecca for creatives at heart, near and far.

For the last two weeks, we at The Goldstein Group were able to view the ravishing paper works by the students of Pratt Institute’s School of Art and Design. DSCN0005With our office just steps away from Macy’s Herald Square, we were able to witness their seven window dedication on Broadway to the students’ creations first hand.

Fashion design, fine arts, industrial design, and interior design students from Pratt collaborated to dress Ralph Pucci’s “GIRL 2″ mannequins. The dresses were constructed using 100% paper.