We love that first moment a baby sees him or herself in the mirror and breaks into a wide grin. It’s a game that you can play with your little one over and over again. When designing a nursery, we like to select the right mirror to fit the room to complete the scheme and eagerly await the adorable person
It might be “just another manic Monday” but not too busy to announce our Readers’ Favorite project. Congratulations to brookeevan for taking your love of elephants and the color green and turning it into a preppy paradise with splashes of pink and great vintage finds. Project Nursery fans love Project Sterling! Project Sterling by brookeevan Click Here for More Photos
In my last post, I shared all of my nursery projects. This week, I’m going to show where I am with my toddlers’ room. When we were planning nursery #3, we kicked it into high gear to get started on the other two boys’ shared room. You may remember the DIY toddler palette bed tutorial I shared, but not much
Oh yes, we’ve chatted before about using tissue poms for your next party and for room decor, but do you know how to make them? For the cost of a couple of dollars, you can create an instant pop of color, style and whimsy with this quick and easy tissue pom tutorial. The Party Pom: Hang these poms at your
Adding small accessories like bookends, picture frames and small trinkets to baby’s first room brings sweet and personal touches to the nursery. Keepsake boxes and piggy banks are great baby gifts to not only give, but also to receive. They are beautiful and come in handy when storing baby’s mementos or first small change. Here are a few of my
One of my favorite elements to use in a nursery is hanging something fantastic from the ceiling. Yes chandeliers are wonderful, but that’s not exactly what I am thinking of. Check out some of these unique finds that help give the nursery a whimsical focal point.