Whether you have a Winter baby on the way or are looking to revamp your little one's current space, we love the cozy, comfortable vibe of a log-cabin-inspired nursery. When shopping for the theme, be on the lookout for rustic, woodsy pieces, plaids, tartans, and fair isle prints. Woodland animals like owls, deer, and moose are super popular in kids' decor right now, so accent the room with some furry friends!
If you live in an apartment or a house with limited square footage, shopping for a nursery can feel like cruel and unusual punishment. There's so much furniture to consider . . . not to mention the inevitable additions of baby gear and toys. While it may take a little extra research and effort, there's no need to scrimp on your new addition's digs just because of space constraints. Check out these nine ways to fit it all (including the baby!) in.
Play to your heart's content! A play space can inspire and help establish children's sense of independence as they learn to play on their own. Whether it is a basement, a former home office, or just a corner of a common room, lil ones love having their own space to play. We've rounded up six of the most inspiring playrooms to provide mamas with inspiration as they create their own lil sanctuaries for their tots.
We've seen our share of modern nurseries, retro nurseries, traditional nurseries . . . but we've never seen a nursery quite like this. When Cristi, the blogger behind Weeds to Wishes, found out she was having a baby boy, she and her husband concocted a completely original theme for him, and turned the baby-on-the-way's nursery into a comic book collector's dream room. Click through to see all of the awesome details that went into making a nursery fit for a super little man.
346 Living features style-conscious DIY projects and a youthful, easy approach to interior design. So when Lizzie, the brains behind the blog, shared the news of her pregnancy, her readers knew that a fabulous nursery was just around the corner.
Baby Zoe's room is crisp, cool, and features a decidedly un-baby color palette of mint and white with pops of gold, black, and pink. "Try and use pieces you already have in your home, or pick furniture that could easily go into another space," Lizzie said. "This way you have amazing pieces that will be very versatile. Shop around at various home-decor stores, and skip the baby stores when it comes to decorating."
Click through for a peek inside this chic chambre fit for a sweet baby girl, plus more advice on how to get the look from her mama!
One of the best things about felt mobiles is the care that goes into crafting them. Hang one of these handmade mobiles above your baby's crib, and soothe her to sleep with cheerful colors and plush shapes. We've gathered 10 of our favorites from Etsy that feature unique designs for your one-of-a-kind baby!
Baby, it's starting to get cold outside! Surprise your kiddos by swapping out their usual sheets with one of these cozy flannel sets, and you'll be the most popular parent on the block. Since a warm and comfy little one is likely to mean a good night's sleep for all, we think that flannel sheets are well worth the investment. Here are eight great options for little guys and gals — from supersweet to simple and sophisticated.
We've had a slight obsession with photographer Sharon Montrose's baby-animal prints for quite some time now, but the nursery she created with interior designer Morgan Satterfield takes our love to a new level. "The Animal Print Shop Nursery Project was deemed the 'fun lux room,' for that baby who loves a little bit of bling and glam without sacrificing comfort," Morgan says. "Babies enjoy comfort, or so I hear." With an awesome chevron-esque wall, an Oeuf crib, a Dorothy Draper-inspired dresser, a gorgeous Rove Concepts womb chair, and lots of Sharon's simply adorable prints, this nursery, beautifully photographed by Laure Joliet, might be one of our all-time favorites. Keep clicking to check it out, and you can even enter The Animal Print Shop Nursery Project giveaway to win some of the components of the room.
An ultrasound provides an exciting glimpse of your growing baby and while some parents-to-be stow the image away for safekeeping, others opt to do something a little more creative with their baby's first picture. If you're ready to go beyond the classic frame route, check out a few unusual and modern gifts and ideas for showing off your ultrasound.
Add some French flair to your little one's space with these fun, playful prints. From an illustrated language chart to animal-themed numbers to a sweet, vintage-inspired Parisian print, these picks perfectly capture that famous French charm while teaching a few new words. Looking for some new decor for your child's room? See our 10 favorite kid-friendly French prints!