The 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City was filled with lots of mythical creatures this year! Almost every interior designer's room had a whimsical figurine of some sort that blended beautifully with the theme of the room.
We all know how much the Bograd Kid's line loves fairy-tale creatures so we decided to make a virtual tour at some of my favorite whimsically-designed rooms and the animals that made them so...
For just $34 you too can have a soft hand-knitted doll in the arms of your children. Our ZOOK is so comfy and cuddly!
As well as these butterflies from Charles Pavarini III master bedroom.
Our own silk and goose-down teddy bears are not only cuddly and sweet but also have a touch of glam. Find them on the Rooms by ZoyaB website.
Interior Designer Laura Bohn also had the pleasure of decorating a children's bedroom for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. These newspaper paper-maiche animal busts are so playful and perfect for a child's first room!
Charlotte Moss's room was quite a spectacle! What stood out to me most was the amazing owl sculpture in the middle of her own secret garden.
Owls are known to be the brightest animals in the forest, so it only makes sense to decorate your child's room in the most fashionable way possible, with knowledge. I just adore this Owl Rug, and for only $350.00 it works perfectly in both a boy and girls room!
Timothy & Associates Interior Design - Daum and Georges Braque, Zetes and Calais purple and white crystal limited edition of 8 sculptures are unique in both design and form.
Lastly,Todd Alexander Romano's room was by far one of my favorites. His use of a bronze giraffe bust was a show stopper.
And if you just can't get enough, why not snuggle up to a life-size giraffe stuffed animal! Art is always the most unique when life sized.
To be continued.......
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Additional information on the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Decorator Show House is available at www.kipsbay.org and 212-755-5733.