Giuliana and Bill Rancic welcomed their baby boy in style in August, creating a one-of-kind nursery for lil Duke to call his own. Enlisting the help of designer Lonni Paul (cofounder of PetitNest), they created a sophisticated nautical nursery. We gave you the inside scoop on their glam space, and now we want to help you get the look. Burlap pillows, seagrass baskets, and nautical accents are just a few of the key pieces that complete this easygoing space. Inspired? Check out how you can replicate the look (for less) in your own home!
If you're looking to please your little globetrotter or make her tea party more memorable, there's a lamp for that! Loaded with personality and character, these lamps will light up a space and keep nighttime fright at bay. With picks suitable for both the nursery and playroom, we've found eight lamps to brighten their room in style and make story time easier on your eyes.
Sure, it's only the first week in January, and Spring seems impossibly far away, but Serena & Lily has just launched its new Baby Collection for next season, and we wanted you to be the first to know! It's revisited some preexisting patterns in new color combinations and introduced some completely new designs and products (how great are the Mercado baskets and Wave crib sheet?). Check out the beautiful new selections in crib bedding, storage containers, lighting options, rugs, window treatments, and more from one of our favorite brands.
When Giuliana and Bill Rancic welcomed baby Duke to their family this August, there was no doubt that the stylish duo would give their little one a room to be proud of. To create a one-of-a-kind nursery that complemented Giuliana and Bill's sophisticated, glam style, they called in designer Lonni Paul, who cofounded PetitNest, a modern collection of baby and kids' room furnishings with Tiffani Thiessen. We were lucky enough to get the inside scoop about baby Rancic's nursery from Lonni herself. Click through to see the room in its entirety, and hear the backstory from the very talented designer on how it came to be.
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!
Something about the holiday season always makes me want to stock up on shiny, glittery silver and gold goods — and not just to hang on the tree. If you're in a similar metallic-loving mood, check out these nine gilded finds just for kids. From gleaming polka-dotted and starred blankets and sheet sets to sequin-studded pillows and glittering wall decorations, these items are guaranteed to make you and your little ones feel golden!
Still in search of a few fun stocking stuffers? One of our favorite resources for kids' (and our own!) clothes, home decor, and accents, Zara makes European style accessible and affordable. The brand's latest collection of home goods and toys for kids offers up options aplenty. From tiny touches that will add an element of fun to your lil one's playroom or bedroom (hangers with built-in dolls, a vintage-looking fabric bunting . . . ) to ways to make dinnertime a delight (an owl tumbler, puppet flatware . . . ), we've rounded up our 15 favorite gifts from Zara Home Kids. Plus, the site's offering free shipping throughout the month of December. What's your favorite find?
We're excited to bring you a new post from mother and actress Tori Spelling! Every other week, we bring you the best parenting and lifestyle advice from ediTORIal by Tori Spelling, Tori's daily blog about everything from food and fashion to parenting and relationships. This week, Tori shares the details of baby Finn's nursery.
I am so excited to share these photos of Finn's nursery with all of you! With each of my babies, designing their nurseries has been a really special and important time for me, and with Finn, it was actually incredibly therapeutic. Because I spent months in the hospital while I was pregnant with Finn, coming up with design concepts for Finn's nursery gave me hope, and I've been waiting to share my process with all of you for a long time.
When I found out I would be spending a good portion of my pregnancy with Finn confined to a hospital bed, I knew that I needed some major help to decorate Finn's nursery. Also, because of the condition I had, placenta previa, I needed to decorate the nursery fast, because there was always a possibility that I would deliver extremely early. With all of this in mind, I knew exactly who to call on to help me — two of my besties Bill Horn & Scout Masterson, aka the Guncles. Not only do they have impeccable taste, but they also run a supersuccessful baby-and-kids product PR firm called Marque Communications and know about all of the latest and greatest in nursery decor.
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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.
Camille Styles has gained a tremendous following through her gorgeous lifestyle blog, which features well-curated ideas and inspiration on everything from entertaining and food to beauty, style, and home decor.
So it was no wonder that when it came time to design her baby girl's nursery, Camille had a well-defined and very special aesthetic in mind. Through a collaboration with Serena & Lily, the nursery came to life in Camille's home, on her blog, and now here! Keep reading to see the beautifully styled, serene nursery.