Spelling in Style

I came across these really cute and affordable (if you have a short name) letter decor at Anthropologie a few days ago and had to get em.  They’re soft, covered in fabric and the edges in corduroy.  Each letter (even if it’s the same letter) has a slightly different pattern, so it was fun rummaging through the bins to find the perfect one.  Once we finally find a house, I’m so eager to hang these up in my little Mia’s nursery. Photo {Read More}

Unique Changing Tables

I came across these really creative ideas for some unique changing tables.  I love the yellow tool cart (post found here at Ohdeedoh) and I’ll hopefully snatch up one of these for the nursery. You can find these 2 Steel Service Carts from Harbor Freight Tools…here and here..for some reasonable prices (maybe even better than an actual baby changing table). At Daddy Types, you can find another great idea for a changing table.  Check out this Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart from Ikea. Now get this…a great DIY idea {Read More}

Custom string-of-lights for the nursery

These great build-your-own lights could work in a nursery or in any room in the house.  I love that you can custom make your own string-of-lights set. Just choose the length, number of lights and the mix of colors. Visit Cable & Cotton to begin creating.  

Urban Inspired Nursery

I found this urban inspired nursery HERE at Ohdeedoh, and I love the chevron printed rug. The creator of this room found this rug at Urban Outfitters of all places, hence the word “urban” in the title. This store is one of my favorite resources for clothing. Since I don’t have a place to call my own just yet, I’ve never paid much attention to their “apartment” section and I would have never thought to check them out for pieces for a nursery. {Read More}

Nursery of sun and silver

“You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me happy, when skies are grey.” If this nursery could sing, I imagine it being that song. What a beautiful layout, design and color scheme. I can definitely picture a room like this in my future home, where my little Tater-Tot rests its little head everyday :) Check out the breakdown of this nursery HERE at House 36. You can see the room’s before, during and after pictures, along with the inspiration board used {Read More}

Upcycling a globe into a lamp

Who knew that upcycling a globe into a lamp was possible?! This is such a creative way to add a globe to any room. I really like this, but I haven’t yet decided on whether I’d like to recreate my own version of this DIY project, or if I’d like one of those illuminated globes to serve as the nursery’s night-light. They’re pretty cool and have a nice glow to them, but they can be pricey, ranging anywhere from $50-$100 {Read More}