Jessica Hughes, a healthy living blogger at Happily Hughes and mama to Hudson and Henley, is sharing how she, with the help of Meghan, updated her daughter’s nursery to a big girl space. […]
Designing this baby girl nursery was so much fun. After two boys, it really was exciting to be able to shift perspectives to a more feminine space. I’m never going to be an all-pink, girly-girl kind of mom, but I’m loving the mix of aqua, pink and navy along with the natural wood tones. It’s not frilly, but it is fresh and feminine. […]
A new month means it’s time to announce April’s Project Gallery winners. Hundreds of votes poured in, but two winners took the prize after a close race in readers’ votes. A big thank you goes out to all of our readers who helped pick this month’s winners. […]
Stencils are a lot of work—they take time, precision and patience. The good news is they offer major impact in your room, and you don’t have to be an artist to achieve the look you want. Take a look at some rooms found in the Project Gallery where stencils have been used for everything from walls to dressers to rugs!
One of my favorite things my daughter, Stella, ever said was “God created colors for everyone.” Of course, she was quoting her nursery school teacher who wanted the kids to know it was okay for boys to like pink and girls to like blue. When it comes to girls and blue, I am a huge fan. From rich navy to