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Posts Tagged ‘Lamp’

Bright Ideas for Rainy Day Decor

| January 16, 2013

Rainy days don’t always mean gloom and doom; for children, they mean play-days in raincoats and galoshes, splashing and jumping in puddles. So why not bring some of that fun (minus the actual water) into the nursery? [...]

Pantone Color of 2013: Emerald

| December 13, 2012

Pantone has just released the new “it” color for 2013—Emerald Green. We couldn’t be more thrilled because Emerald is one of our personal favorites. It’s not often used in nursery and children’s design, but it definitely should be. Green is vibrant, refreshing and encourages thought and creativity. We say yes to Emerald Green for any […]

Solid Gold

| September 12, 2012

To trend or not to trend—that is certainly a question worth asking when it comes to designing a child’s space. Should you go for the current craze (think the mustache craze a la early 2012), or play it safe with something that Grandma would love? Right now, we’re loving a craze that’s truly the best […]

It’s Tea Time!

| March 12, 2012

We love tea parties. Morning, afternoon or evening, we always relish the ritual of relaxing with a soothing cup of tea and some delicious treats. It’s a ritual all about pretty things—how could we not be fans? We’ve received requests from parents to incorporate tea party-themed elements in both girls’ rooms and playrooms. Here are some of […]

DIY: Polka Dot Nursery Wall

| November 28, 2011

Michelle was one of our Project of the Month finalists a couple months back, and we loved all her DIY projects but especially her innovative use of contact paper for her the awesome polka dot nursery wall in her son’s baby room. Thank you, Michelle, for sharing with our readers! I desperately wanted over-sized, whimsical, […]

Set Your Room a-Glo with Boon

| November 10, 2011

Are you looking for just the right lamp for your modern nursery? How about Boon’s out-of-this-world Glo lamp? Its sleek design can go super space-agey or can even resemble a flowering plant. I think it just depends on the decor around it. You can even change the color of the light it emits.   My […]

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