Coral and Gold: Bright Girls’ Shared Bedroom


Before this room makeover, these 4-year-old and 7-year-old sisters were sharing a bland and crowded room. Lucky for them, their mom is friends with Brooke from! Continue reading to see all the copy-worthy (and affordable) ideas used to transform this room.Read More...

Design Advice for Decorating a Shared Kids Rooms

One of the toughest rooms to design is a shared room. You want it to be attractive, but it still needs to store all your little ones bits and pieces! The rooms end up being a bit of a mish-mash as each child brings in pieces from their existing room.

As I prepare to design a room for my boys to share (and I’ll share with you some of my thoughts on the design over the coming months), I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite shared kids’ spaces I’ve found.

1. Holly Mathis Interiors | 2. Daffodil Design | 3. I Still Love You | 4.  Gus & Lula


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Amelia’s Big Girl Room

This week’s featured room is a girly toddler room! Formerly a home office, this bright girl’s room is as pretty as can be.

Designed by mom Nicki Pasqualone of Cute and Company (a blog specializing in anything relating to interiors, weddings, events & personal style), Amelia’s big girl room is sure to inspire a decorating project.

Child’s Name: Amelia
Child’s Age: 3 years old
Location: Sebastian, Florida

Trend Spotting: Dark walls in the nursery

Lately, I’ve noticed nurseries with chic dark walls popping up in my Pinterest feed. While some moms and dads are using dark color to add warmth and drama to the entire room, others are using it to create a focal point with an accent wall.

Some (including me) think that dark walls in the nursery can be calming and stylish, but others feel that it may be too dark and depressing for a baby’s room. What do you think of this trend? Here are 10 Nurseries with Dark Walls to help you decide!


A Little Man’s Pad: A Tiny & Bright Nursery

This week’s featured baby room is a tiny and bright nursery for a baby boy — featuring yellow walls, cheeky wall prints and a few mustache details.


Designed by Kelle Howard-Dean of Habitat and Beyond Kids, this small nursery is only 9 ft. x 9.5 ft — but Kelle did a fantastic job of making the room feel a lot bigger than it really is. Read More...

The Animal Print Shop Nursery Project + Giveaway

The Animal Print Shop recently announced it’s new Nursery Project — a fun new addition to their blog showcasing designer nurseries to provide inspiration for mamas-to-be. Of course, all the nursery designs will be incorporating prints from The Animal Print shop.

The Fun Lux Nursery, the first in the series, features a bold, navy herringbone pattern on the back wall — and a refinished vintage dresser that was salvaged from the trash. Can you believe it?!


Lucy’s Bright & Sweet Nursery

This week’s featured baby room is a sweet and bright nursery for a baby girl — featuring gray walls, birch tree decals and lots of colorful touches. This baby room even includes a trundle bed allowing this soon-to-be new mama to nap near baby — or for overnight guests to enjoy.