Baby Rooms, Paint Colors, Room Decor, Tips & Trends

Romantic Style in the Nursery

Romantic Nursery

February is the perfect month to honor romantic style. This style embraces the softer side of design and alludes to fairy tales, dreamy garden parties and even Romeo and Juliet. No two interpretations of romantic style are alike. Romance, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. […]

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Tips & Trends

A Place for Reading

Child's Reading Nook

As a mother of a young child who is just learning “the love of reading,” anytime I can create a space that enhances the experience or invites more book time I am for it. There are so many ways to build a special space for quiet reading. By adding more pillows to your bed and alternating the direction of pillows

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Bedding, Fab Finds, Furniture, Lighting, Room Decor, Storage, Wall Decor

A Nod to Nod

Land of Nod Catalog

Many months ago, I noticed that something was happening over at The Land of Nod. They may not know this, but our relationship goes way back. They were my source for my oldest son’s first crib, and ever since, I’ve enjoyed receiving their catalogs move after move after move. Just the other day, I came home from vacation to see their

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Fab Finds, Tips & Trends, Toddler Room

Bright Summer Hues

Bold Colors in Children's Rooms

It is hard to believe that August is here and my children are getting ready to go back to school. It makes me want to savor the summer sun before fall makes its entrance. Summer is filled with radiant colors, and I love using them in children’s rooms. There are so many ways to express color and step away from

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Clothing, Fab Finds, Room Decor, Toys, Wall Decor

London is Calling

big-ben

London has been calling. The Olympics have just wrapped up, and I’m about to embark on a little trip to see dear friends that live in London. I took my first trip to London when I was in my early 20s with my fabulous mother. We did the typical round of touristy things that most first-timers to London do. Sadly,

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