Wall Decor

From Flower Pots to Paint Pots—Anne Geddes is Back

Anne Geddes Flower Pot Photo

It probably depends on how old you are by how well you remember photographer Anne Geddes. When I was a kid, her images were EVERYWHERE—in posters, framed prints, calendars and cards. She was a great innovator of baby portraits and maybe the very first person who thought to put a baby in a flower pot! […]

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PN Shop, Wall Decor

Wallpaper and Decals: A Nursery Trend We Love

Pink Polka Dot Decal Nursery

A close friend of mine recently moved into a 1940s fixer upper and is spending her days stripping wallpaper that makes you think fondly of your grandma. Meanwhile, I’m over here trying to justify using it in EVERY room. […]

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Design Inspiration, Wall Decor

Adorn Your Walls with Modern Safari Wallpaper

Safari Zebra Wallpaper

Several years ago, the safari nursery trend was huge. I was flooded with requests for nurseries that had a bright, bold safari theme, with lots of earthy tones, greens and animals. The safari trend hasn’t gone away, but it has definitely been refined. […]

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Giveaways, Wall Decor

Tempaper Revitalizes an Old Nursery Favorite + Giveaway

Tempaper Celestial Border Stripe

There was a time when you could hardly call a nursery a nursery without a decorative border adorning the room. It’s easy to see why this trend was so popular—it’s a quick and easy way to add a decorative element to the space with minimal effort. […]

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Design Reveal, Wall Decor

Safari Mural in an Elegant Twin Girls’ Nursery

Safari Themed Twin Girls Nursery

On a hectic week in October, I received a call from the glamorous Patricia Tang, an expectant mother of twin girls and a powerhouse of NYC Real Estate and Interior Design. Patricia had a clear vision of how she wanted the space to look and was mid-process on the design of this very special nursery. […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Wall Decor

Start Catching Dreams with this Whimsical DIY

DIY Dream Catcher

Running out of ideas to keep the kiddos occupied during spring break? Need a rainy day project? Want to coax your three-year-old into chasing away all the yucky dreams? I have the solution! Make you own DIY dreamcatcher. […]

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