A nursery design theme that is hot right now is elephants. Depicted in many ways from a very classic take like Dumbo to modern clean lines with retro pattern, these playful pachyderms are popping up in children’s rooms.
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I love giraffes – really love them. There is something about their calm domineer and beautiful pattern that is mesmerizing.
Perfect for nursery decor, the giraffe is gender neutral, easy to co-ordinate with other animals and super cute!
Decorating your nursery can either be a challenge or it can be one of the most enjoyable experiences you will have during this exciting time in your life. To help our parents-to-be plan their new baby’s space we asked Rose Grove, the head designer at Carousel Designs for a few tips!
We have a peek at Laila Ali’s nursery for baby Sydney. The new mom teamed up with the Los Angeles Celebrity Interior Designer Team of Naomi Alon and Gerri Panebianco (Little Crown Interiors) to create an enchanting and peaceful space for the new addition!
I found these Djeco Whimsical Wall Sticker Height Charts at Moolka.com They are offered in 4 styles: Princess, giraffe, dragon and fun animals. I believe that they are re-postionable, allowing parents to transfer them room to room as their child grows. The fun characters and bold colors will be a welcome addition to any room. [...]
These rugs are a great idea for kids who get up in the middle of the night and can’t find their way. There is a light embedded into the rug that lights up the floor in your child’s room. The color light is emitted in all directions, giving off 360º of soft blue or amber [...]
DucDuc is known for their modern unique cribs. The fabric panel crib is light and airy with the option to customize the fabric panel on the back. You can choose from one of ducduc’s signature patterns, or provide them with your own custom fabric, and they will ship the crib to you with fabric custom-affixed. [...]
When decorating your baby’s nursery instead of choosing hardwood – consider cork. Cork flooring is becoming an increasingly popular – and its many benefits may surprise you. Unlike hardwood flooring, produced from felled trees, cork flooring comes from the bark of the tree only. The bark is harvested every nine years, and then grows back [...]