Danni Remender’s global perspective and love for muted and modern design have all left their mark on her children’s boutique Fawn Shoppe. As the founder, Danni leads the creative direction for her shop—which features a thoughtfully curated collection of whimsical, beautiful designs. Today, Danni takes us on a tour of her LA home, where it’s easy to see another manifestation of her love for minimalistic design. “Natural light, elegant neutrals, white and primary color pops love to live together,” she says—and whether we’re gazing at her beautiful home or scrolling through Fawn Shoppe collections, it’s easy to pinpoint Danni’s penchant for simple design mixed with a dash of humour.
Photography by Monica Wang
Sheep // Vintage credenza // Eames table
Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get to where you are today?
Sheryl Sandberg describes the ideal career path as a jungle gym, not a ladder. On my jungle gym, I’ve been inspired by children and design in different ways that I now combine at Fawn Shoppe. Between us, we’ve taught children, traded global securities, advised on brand direction and structured mergers. And yes, we actually draw on all of this in what we do now.