You never considered yourself an oversharer — and then you went and had a baby. (Yes, you did just describe the minutia of Señor Snooze’s bedtime ritual to a stranger on the subway.)
So it’s no surprise you’re contemplating every last detail of his room with anyone who will listen.
Strike up a conversation with Brooklyn-based Coral & Tusk. No one does sweet-meets-sophisticated artwork, pillows, and doodads better. The latest collection stays true to founder Stephanie Housley’s look of storybook-style illustrations embroidered onto yards and yards of earthy linen.
This season she turns to the American West for inspiration, with drawings of foxes, deer, bears, tepees, and feathers. The aesthetic is highly versatile — equally at home in rooms that read contemporary or vintage, minimalist or layered, boy or girl — which allows you to repurpose the wares as your taste evolves.
And that’s no minor detail.
Project of the Day: Pinch Pots
What: Drop in to turn modeling clay and colorful embellishments into functional objets d’art.
Why: The perfect iced latte for you while they craft.
When: Wed., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Moomah, 161 Hudson St., b/t Hubert & Laight Sts. (212-226-0345). Kids, $10.
Food Truck Rally
What: More than a dozen of the city’s best, all at one intersection.
Why: Tacos + dumplings + pizza + ice cream = toddler heaven.
When: Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Grand Army Plaza, Flatbush Ave., b/t Eastern Pkwy. & Prospect Park W.
ABC Do Re Me
What: An interactive music and movement program for kids of all ages.
Why: All proceeds go directly to the Joshua and Robin Berry Children’s Trust.
When: Sun., 10:30 a.m.-noon.
Where: The JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave., at 76th St. (646-505-4493). Families, $40.
Photo: Courtesy of Coral & Tusk