Have you noticed that Restoration Baby & Child has really evolved? They still master the dark wood furniture and matelasse bedding which is rich and mature looking, but a breath of fresh air has found its way into their pieces. RH Baby & Child has recently expanded their nursery and childrens collections to include some beautiful additions.
If you are looking for a place in the nursery to break out of the standard mold and do something a little different why not start with the changing table? It’s easy to find the standard looking chunky changing table but maybe think outside of the box, literally?
I tell you the Europeans have it all figured out. For those of you who live in a large urban city or small beach town, you are more than likely in need of more floor and storage space. For an immediate solution, look to wall storage for items such as a desk or changer in a child’s room…
Design Dilemma: We’re just moving into a new townhouse after living in a rented apartment. In the rental, we weren’t allowed to paint or hang window treatments, so I’m really looking forward to creating a baby space for my son Sam (9 months old) that I couldn’t create in the old place. With that said, we want this new baby room to be somewhat gender neutral so that it can be our next baby’s room — whatever the sex!
Here’s one of those designs that have us saying “Why didn’t I think of that?”. When mother of five Paige Burton grew tired of the unattractive and idle changing tables collecting in her basement she came up with “Time for a Change”. You see, Paige was finding that her relatives opted for the carpeted floor in lieu of navigating the
Tucked beneath convertible roof tiles reveals a special space called Nina’s House. Designer Dave Keune created this little plywood house with all things baby in mind. Open airy windows reveal a crib, play area, and changing table. This is such a one-of-a-kind item, we couldn’t wait to share it with you!