Soar high above Paris from the basket of a balloon!. This divine miniaturisation of the city of Paris, is a petite and playful celebration of Atelier Choux's birthplace. Explore the wonders of the French capital, lovingly illustrated by renowned Swedish artist Mattias Adolfsson in his trademark style, depicting a world of tiny animals in exquisite, mischievous detail.
Complete all the famous landmarks including the with Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, The Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Palais Garnier, Fontaine Saint-Michel, and more.
Atelier Choux’s signature product, their light swaddle blankets (carrés) are both elegant and functional.
Multi-purpose carrés are an everyday essential, at home in the nursery and ‘out and about’ during the day in your nappy bag. Carrés can be used as a light blanket, to change a baby’s nappy on the go, to create some shade or privacy (while breastfeeding for example), for swaddling, to wipe baby’s face, as a tummy time blanket, to protect your shoulder when holding the youngest petit choux, and more.
An indispensable essential for all new and seasoned parents.
Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm (39” square)
Material: 100% GOTS certified organic cotton
Printed with water based baby safe inks
Illustrations by renowned Swedish artist Mattias Adolfsson
Made in France from start to finish
Machine wash with similar colours, on a normal or warm/hot cycle. Tumble dry on a low or delicate setting. Ironing is possible (but not at all necessary) at a low temperature.
Made with the utmost attention to detail and the desire to meld art and artisanship with the highest quality of fabrics. These are heirloom pieces that will be cherished and loved through time.
Beautifully illustrated by Swedish artist Mattias Adolfsson and made with Parisian craftsmanship, Atelier Choux perfectly balances fantasy and whimsical fun with timeless elegance and flawless design.
Each product is inspired by a short story and exquisitely crafted with signature branding.
Atelier Choux uses only environmentally and socially conscious production processes and remains true to the artists intentions.