As you know, I've been helping my friend, Tiziana, design a nursery for her baby girl who's due in June -- and it's been so much fun! Up until this point, I've only designed boys' nurseries (luck of the draw), so planning a room for a little girl was a new challenge. We used gray and light pink as our color palette and are so happy with how it turned out! Read on for additional details and to see photos of the nursery...Read More
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Guys! Have you checked out the Charley Charles Shop yet? I stumbled upon Carly's Etsy shop about a year ago and absolutely fell in love with all of her adorable baby items. Well, I will be giving one lucky reader my absolute FAVORITE item that Carly makes: the Pom Pom Swaddle Blanket. Read on for details on how to enter!Read More
This past week, I began helping a friend design a nursery for her baby girl. Our color scheme is pink, gray, and white, and we're planning to mix and match furniture and materials to create an eclectic room that can grow with her daughter...Read More
Has anyone checked out Target's new Pillowfort Collection for kids? It's absolutely adorable. With twelve (!) different themes (varying from "Camp Kiddo" and "Ocean Oasis," to "Floral Field" and "Modern Mirage"), there are items that speak to any kid's (or mom's) interests.
Read on for a few of my favorite picks.Read More
A few months ago, I began helping my friend, Lynn, design an elephant-themed nursery for her son. Well, now that her little boy has been born and the room is complete, I'm excited to finally share how it turned out!Read More
Did you know that Emily & Meritt have just released their very first capsule for Pottery Barn Kids?! The collection is full of metallics, bold patterns, and vintage-inspired touches. If Jake's nursery wasn't already complete, I'd be all over this... See below for my very favorite pieces from the collection:Read More
With the nursery complete, there remained just one thing left to tackle: the closet. So, we did a quick purge of the space and started from scratch.
The first thing I purchased was an Ikea Kallax unit in white, to provide extra shelving and storage. I placed the unit on the ground inside the closet and added cute gray and white striped baskets from Land of Nod to transform the open shelving into "drawers."Read More
This past week I've been helping my friend, Lynn, design a calm, gray and white nursery for her baby boy. Living in New York City and converting an office/guest room into a nursery is always a challenge, but I think we were able to come up with some really great ideas using pieces of furniture she already owns and a few accents to round out the space.Read More
It's November and my due date is officially 3 weeks away(!), which means that it's time to finally reveal the nursery that I designed for Baby Pulman! A few months ago, I shared an inspiration board that highlighted the color scheme and a few items I was considering for the room. In the end, I actually ended up sticking pretty closely to that original board, designing a modern nursery in shades of blue, green, gray, and white.Read More
I can finally say that the nursery is nearly complete so I should be ready to share a reveal within the next week or so! The only thing that's missing is a piece of artwork to fill a large blank wall over a sofa in the room.Read More
When I first found out I was pregnant, I knew that I wanted to create a very special nursery for our baby. So when it was confirmed we were having a boy, I immediately got to work brainstorming color schemes, themes (did we even need one??), and the overall mood that I wanted the room to evoke.