I’ve boasted on the web that my daughter’s nursery has been a design dream come true. The irony is, I hardly consider myself a traditionalist and yet I created a classic, floral-infused nursery for my baby girl Emerson Grace nearly two years ago. […]
Designing a nursery is a labor of love. A few careful considerations at the beginning can save you both time and money along the way. […]
Talk to me five years ago and I would have said I am not a pink girl nor will my daughter be—I much prefer blue for girls. Three years ago, I would have said no thanks to a wrought iron crib; it’s modern and minimal all the way people. […]
Mary Bauer of Bratt Decor chatted with us recently about starting her furniture business with her husband, what’s new in their nursery collections and her nursery trend predictions. Thanks for sharing with us, Mary! […]
I’ve always been a big fan of iron cribs. There’s something regal and timeless about them. Years ago, you could only own an iron crib if you wanted to spend thousands of dollars on one, but luckily, thanks to some talented designers and retailers, there are tons of options—in style and price!
Who doesn’t love the feel of a vintage room? Congratulations to shuttermom for creating a lovely nursery, full of feminine accents and classic inspiration. Thank you to all who voted—in the spirit of vintage, hearing from you never gets old. Vintage Pink and White Nursery by shuttermom Click Here for More Photos and Details Want to be one of our