I’d like to take a moment to compliment all of our readers. What a bunch of observant and dedicated nursery design enthusiasts we have! Just when I think I have found a fabulous and unique find, I realize a member of the project nursery community has already discovered it or its even been used in a room that is featured in our photo gallery. Case in point, these adorable elephant wicker baskets I first spotted in the FLOR catalog.
Where to put everything and how to keep it all organized is the ongoing question in my children’s rooms. With four kids comes four sets of clothes, shoes, books, toys, games and laundry. It’s a challenge pairing up all of those socks, sorting out dresses from skirts and shorts from pants…
With having a baby comes a lot of doo-dees, literally. One of many mamas and papas least favorite tasks of being a first time parent (or second or third), is diaper changing time but someone’s gotta doo it! Since it comes with the territory, make it easy on yourself. Here are four simply ways to make diaper changing quick, organized, AND fashionable!
The first one on the list includes little DIY for your diapers. You may be tempted to purchase the matching diaper stacker that coordinates perfectly with your new crib bedding but where in the world do you put it?
Once you have kids, you’ll never think of storage the same way again. Attractive baskets and boxes are key for storing everything from extra blankets in the nursery to trinkets in the playroom. Style Lush blog Editor Elizabeth recently posted about her latest DIY for a nursery redux which includes a fabulous dust free invention: The chalk marker! Clean and
Living in a home with a dog, a hamster, and four children, I constantly walk around with an overwhelming desire to stay organized and looking for new ways to arrange, sort and store. Even to the point that I have to watch myself to make sure I don’t go crazy doing it. Being overly organized can be a problem for everyone.
Closet space is priceless, we get that. But what do you do when your child’s room doesn’t have enough wall space? Ditch your closet doors for the time being and use your closet!