nursery color inspiration: earth thones

eart-tones

When it comes to decorating a nursery, earth tones are my favorite. They’re soothing and relaxing, which is exactly what baby and a tired mommy and daddy need.

get-the-look-earth-tone

1. Base Low-Rise Crib ($900) from The Land of Nod.
2. Elise Chair ($799) from EQ3.
3. Polar Bear Art – Original Canvas Painting ($75) from Ariane Duckworth.
4. VANDRING Burp Cloths ($4 / 2 pack) from IKEA.
5. Classic Winnie the Pooh Plush Toy ($15) from FAO Schwartz.
6. Spring Blossoms Wall Decal ($17) from Target.

What’s your decorating style?

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Nursery Inspirations: Macaron Delight

Hello lovelies. It’s me Ana and it’s been a while since I put my creative juices to good work…but alas I am back.

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It seems like macarons (or macaroons, if you like) are everywhere I look these days. Wonderful, beautiful, colorful little sweet delights that make each bite cheerful and lovely. So why not use these little beauties as inspiration for the home as well… especially for children’s rooms. Use pops of color, a little… or a lot. You can’t go wrong with whichever you choose!

1. Sam Crib w/ Butterflies MuuPanel ($939) from Muu
2. 3 Sprouts Organic Caddy Tote Bag ($24) – Buy it on Amazon.com
3. Bamboo Muslin Collection ($40 for 3 pack) by Aden + Anais
4. Safari Rug from West Elm
5. Seahorse Stripe Wrap ($29) from Pottery Barn Kids
6. Child’s Rattan Armchair ($20) from IKEA

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Spring Brights: Nursery Decorating Ideas

Neon colors seem to be everywhere I look these days. From fashion pieces, to home decor. So why wouldn’t we bring these fun colors into our little girls’ rooms?

You can go all out, or keep the neon’s at a minimum by just adding in a few accent pieces, like a pillow or a fun children’s chair. But I can’t help but love how this can all look together.

1. Little One’s Table and Chairs ($160)
2. Legare Frog Twin Bed ($280)
3. Stone Joya Rocker ($995) *Splurge Item!*
4. smila bagge bug light ($10)
5. girls’ large canvas buckets ($37)

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Indigo-Inspired Nursery: Baby Decorating Ideas

With the weather turning beautiful and warm I am perpetually dreaming of the sea. This crisp, modern yet whimsical nursery reminds me so much of sailing and fresh summer air. Wouldn’t you agree?

Below are some ideas on how you can get a similar look.Read More...

A Baby Girl Beach-Inspired Nursery Board

You can draw nursery inspiration from absolutely anywhere, even beach weddings! They’re bright, effortlessly cool and full of fun color combinations.

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I love the idea of creating a mini beach retreat in your little guy or girl’s room. Wicker baskets add that rustic touch that beaches give off, and they are an uber cute way of sorting mini laundry.

But only focusing on earth tones can be a bit drab, so be sure to mix in some bright accent colors, like pink or greens…or even TEAL! to break up the monotony.

Here is how you can get the look!

1. Eames Molded Plastic Chair by Herman Miller
2. Lakarri Curtain by Anthropologie
3. Curved Storage by West Elm
4. Cuddle Plush Bear Rocker from RH Baby

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Moroccan Vintage: Nursery Inspirations From Bluebird Kisses

When it comes to designing a nursery you’ll love, it’s best to draw inspiration from the things you love. I love to travel and I adore vintage treasures, for example. And there is no reason why these two elements cannot be combined to create the perfect nursery.

This whimsical nursery from One Claire Day is an inspired example of such a room. The colors, the style, it’s all so PERFECT in the very imperfect way that nothing in this room matches. The bright colors and geometric prints bring this beautiful space together and create a visually stimulating, yet calming retreat for parents and baby.

You don’t have to collect nursery pieces from your travels to bring this look home. Visit your local craigslist ads, shop the rug section at IKEA, and take a browse through Etsy to find whimsical pieces for your baby’s room. And if you’re feeling crafty, try refurbishing a few pre-existing household pieces to add an element of spice.

1. The Moroccan Pouf ($396) from The Cross Design
2. The Bird Cage ($134.71) from West Elm
3. The Persisk Hamadan Rug ($599) from IKEA Canada
4. The Cabinet Side Table ($165) from DrabtoFab Vintage on Etsy

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