The easiest song to sing to your little one is the alphabet. After my son was born and my brain was mush for the first three months the only song that popped into my head all the time was the ABC song (and some old camp songs randomly). I think the Oopsy Daisy ABC Artwork (pictured below) in his room
Los Angeles-based interior designer specializing in designing children's spaces including nurseries, children's rooms, playrooms, and family rooms.
ANDRIKA KING DESIGN
Manhattan Beach, CA
Every since I saw this room designed by Melissa Warner of Massucco Warner Miller in Traditional Home magazine last month I have been thinking about how to incorporate silhouettes into children’s room design. I’m not talking your traditional black & white silhouette, I was thinking about something more modern and off-beat. Similar to the idea of using the image on a pillow
I was delighted to see this four-year-old boy’s room featured in Traditional Home Magazine this month. The room was designed by Melissa Warner of Massucco Warner Miller design firm in San Francisco. I love the boldly painted horizontal stripes of navy and white paired with a pop of mandarine orange. It almost lends itself to a modern nautical feel. To
We are just a few days away from Easter weekend and I thought what could be a better inspiration for a nursery than the Easter bunny? They are cute, cuddly, and are a wonderful theme for a gender neutral nursery. image via Soda Head Now when putting this room together I was picturing a family who wanted a welcoming, gender
A few weeks ago I made a post on my design blog Nursery Notations about Amanda Nisbet Design. I absolutely love her no fear of color in her design approach and thought that one of her rooms would be a wonderful inspiration for a bright and cheerful nursery…