Trend Spotting: Dark walls in the nursery

Some 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!

Sophisticated Gender-Neutral Black White Nursery

Bun in the Oven Sprinkle Shower!

Sprinkle showers are all the rage these days for second-time mamas. Get inspired to throw the ultimate baby shower with this “Bun in the Oven” party that’s simply too sweet to miss!

Sprinkle Bun in the Oven Baby Shower

Whimsical Meadow Nursery {featured baby room}

This week’s featured baby room is a whimsical nursery for a baby girl filled with lots of nature-inspired details — including a hand painted forest mural! This room is delicate and personal, with a shabby chic vibe.

Deer Decal - Nature Themed Nursery

A Curious George Birthday Extravaganza

A modern Curious George-themed birthday party for a two year old toddler filled with lots of creative diy projects!

Curious George Birthday Party Ideas

Handmade Love: Crochet Finds for the Nursery

Incorporate the rich texture of crochet into your nursery decor with these handmade finds from Etsy. They also make unique shower gifts!

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Inspired ideas for a stylish life with baby {11/12/12}

A unique wall gallery frame arrangement using vinyl wall decals, a simple entryway storage idea, and a baby apron tutorial!


Wall decals have completely revolutionized the way we decorate our walls. Take this gallery wall as inspiration (decals via SissyLittle.com).

 

entry way organization storage

I love this entryway storage idea from BHG.com. We have something similar going on in our entryway but all we have are the bins. Never thought of having a paper organizer there (though there’s always plenty of mail been left there).

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Babies are messy. I don’t have to tell you that. And standard bib sizes sometimes just aren’t big enough to protect your kiddo’s clothes from food. Check out this baby bapron (bib/apron combo) tutorial from craftinessisnotoptional.com and take a stab at making your own.

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Holiday Twitter Party Announcement & RSVP

Tea Collection Twitter Party 11/14

Tea Collection Children’s Clothing and the fashionable mamas behind BonBon Rose Girls, Chic & Cheap Nursery, Glamamom, and The Little Style File invite you to join us in a holiday style chat this Wednesday, November 14th, 2012.

We’re excited for the upcoming holidays and decking out our little ones! This season it’s all about party dresses for girls and dressy yet causal outfits for boys that can be dressed up and down based on the occasion.  Tea’s holiday collection showcases the Nordic inspiration its designers discovered during their travels to Denmark, Sweden, and Finland and translated into stylish holiday pieces you’ll go gaga for.

DATE: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
TIME: 9 PM EST / 6 PM PST
SPONSOR: @TeaCollection
HASHTAG: #HolidayStyle
HOSTS: @BonBonRoseGirls @CheapChicNrsery @Glamamom @LilStyleFile

PRIZES: To help you get started with your holiday shopping, we’re giving away four (4) $50 Gift Codes to Tea Collection, as well as four (4) $25 Gift Codes and one (1) $100 Gift Code to Fig Tree Jewelry & Accessories.  That’s $400 in prizes!

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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.

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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?!

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Pumpkin Patch Cuties

Fall and Halloween equal pumpkins and great photo ops for kiddos!

Get inspired to have an impromptu photo session with these adorable pictures of babies and pumpkins… Read More...

Inspired Ideas for a Stylish Life with Baby {10/29/12}

An electrifying umbrella spruce-up idea, a DIY coffee table and a unique bulletin board project.

Turn a drab umbrella into a fab Fall accessory with this easy-peasy DIY from Design for Mankind. We love the geometric pattern created with handmade stencils.

This unique coffee table from DIY Vintage Chic costs only a few bucks to make and is filled with storage space. A wonderful DIY inspiration if you’re considering making your very own coffee table (click here for full tutorial).

This clever idea (via BHG.com) uses large tea towels to create a one-of-a-kind bulletin board for your home office, bedroom or kitchen. These would look equally adorable in a kids’ room or playroom. All you need is a large tea towel and a store-bought cork bulletin board to wrap.

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Shoe Clues for Toddlers (favorite finds)

My daughter’s 4 years old and she thinks she can do EVERYTHING by herself. And most of the time she’s right, she can. But one thing she can’t seem to accomplish is putting her shoes on the correct foot.

Shoe Clues are only $3 — and will help your toddler distinguish left from right. When the stickers are facing each other, then your kiddo will know for sure that their shoes are on the correct foot.

And they’re mom-invented!

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