Unique Nature Inspired Baby & Kids Gifts from Coral & Tusk - Estella

Unique Nature Inspired Baby & Kids Gifts from Coral & Tusk

April 28, 2009

Pictures can do Coral & Tusk’s painstakingly hand embroidered designs no justice. Each delicate stitch is done by hand right here in New York City by designer Stephanie Housley. Her unique approach to design is influenced by her travels; she spends several months a year designing textile collections in India. Her charmingly quirky motifs feature nautical themes (check out this hilarious “Hungry Whale” Kid’s Tee) and various animals, like this gorgeous Elephant embroidery. Encased in a protective white frame, this Coral & Tusk Hand-Embroidered Elephant in Frame is a piece of art parents and kids alike can enjoy. The delicate lines and neutral colors make it perfect for any room in the house, including the nursery!

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