Design Inspiration

We’ve Got the Whole World in Our Nurseries

DIY Painted Globe - Project Nursery

With today being Earth Day we got to thinking how often we spot the Earth featured in nurseries in our gallery. Whether with maps, globes or cool DIY projects, there are lots of different ways to incorporate our beautiful planet into the nursery. […]

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Bedding, Lighting, Room Decor, Wall Decor

Fun and Chic Children’s Decor

Hat Light Pendant

When it comes to children’s decor, we always try to combine elegance with a hint of humor. A lot of childhood is about playing and having fun, so we think it’s important to try to add a touch of whimsy to their rooms. Here are some picks that are playful and chic at the same time. […]

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Big Kid, Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Little Man in a Big World

Geography and Travel Themed Boy's Room

Following the reveal of the baseball room two weeks ago, we now reveal his older brother’s geography and travel themed room. Our six-year-old client loves geography, so our first quest was to find a way to incorporate a world map into the room. We decided to make the map the focal point and selected a world map mural with a

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Fab Finds, Room Decor

It’s a Small World After All

World Ottoman

More and more we have parents asking us to incorporate world maps and globes into their children’s rooms. Whether it’s to introduce our world to their little ones or to incorporate a sense of wanderlust, we love finding innovative ways to fulfill this request no matter what the style of the room. This warm-toned Small World Ottoman, from Restoration Hardware,

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Baby Rooms, Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Modern Gray and Orange Nursery

Baby Boy Nursery

When we started working on this nursery, there were three elements that we needed to incorporate—the iconic Hicks Hexagon wallpaper that was already installed in the room, a vintage Dr. Seuss print that the parents-to-be owned, and they wanted to feature a family tree somewhere in the space. Tying together these three disparate elements with the parent’s desire for a

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