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...

My Pink & Green Obsession {Handmade Baby}

These handmade baby items make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

1. Retro Baby Mobile, $35; 2. Farm Fresh Clothespins, $4.75; 3. Custom Baby Birth Print Pink/Green/Turquoise Blue 8 x10, $23; 4. Verna Baby Quilt no. 2, $125.

‘Til tomorrow!


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Modern Rustic: Colton’s Nursery Makeover on a Dime

When their daughter Payton arrived, Erin and her husband had just moved into their new home and had no time {or a budget} to decorate a nursery. The color on the walls was left just as it was and everything in the room was a hand-me-down.

A few years later, Payton became a big sister and her old nursery got a FANTASTIC makeover… on a dime!

Can you believe this transformation was done for a little under $150?! The bold navy color on the walls of this Modern Rustic nursery gives the room a dramatic feel while the orange accents make it pop!

Most of the items in the room were either already in Erin’s possesion, purchased at garage sales or purchased on sale {or with coupons}.

Head over to Erin’s blog for more pictures and room details.


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Fun, Fresh and Makes Me Blush {Real Nursery Spotlight}

This darling little nursery belongs to Zoey. Her mom is a design fanatic and DIY enthusiast, and her dad is handy. With a color palette inspired by fabric, this fun and fresh nursery will make your jaw drop!

Child’s Name: Zoey

Child’s Age: 3 months

Location: Cincinnati, OH

What was your inspiration for the room?

We knew we wanted something fun and modern for our daughter without being super girly. Since nurseries usually have a ton of fabric we knew that would be the place to start. After finally landing on the coral, lime, and light blue fabric collection over at spoonflower everything else just fell into place.

Describe your decorating style.

That’s a question I’ve been trying to answer for as long as I can remember. It varies from space to space, but always clean lined and fairly simple. After being exposed to so many different styles in design school it has been impossible to settle on just one ever since. My home is anything from modern to industrial to rustic.

Favorite items in the room.

Zoey’s wall of framed fabric. Super fun project gathering all of the various frames and we had fallen in love with the fabric from the start.

Any words of advice to share with us?

Have fun with it. Think ahead. They’re only babies for so long. Create a room that allows for some growth.

Focus less on the coordination of different pieces and more on what you really love. The end result won’t fail to make you smile every time you enter the room.

Give us all the details about your room! Don’t forget to share with us any money saving tips you might have learned along the way.

Wall Paint Color: Ben Moore, Stonington Gray HC-170. Gray is a perfect color if you’re looking to make everything else in color pop!

Crib: Babyletto Modo Crib from Babies R Us – $379.00

Crib Bumper Fabric: Spoonflower’s Heather Dutton, Power Paisley – $/yard

Crib Skirt Fabric: Spoonflower’s Heather Dutton, Kelp Dot Green – $/yard

Window Panels Fabric: Spoonflower’s Heather Dutton, Barnacle Net Coral Colorway – $/yard

All Bedding and Window Panels: Made by RockyTop Design

Glider & Ottoman: Babies R Us, Graco Avalon Glider & Ottoman – $220.00

Rug: Cost Plus World Market, 5 x 7 Shag Rug – $229.00. We can’t wait for Zoey to start crawling. The shag will be so much fun to roll around on!

Love Print: Made By Girl, Love Pattern Print – $9.50

Framed Letter “Z”: Homemade

Letter “Z”: Anthropologie, Zinc Letters – $18.00

Crochet Elephant – Etsy’s Five Sisterz, Elliot the Elephant – $14.00. I love any handmade touches in a child’s room and since I’m not much when it comes to crocheting we took the Etsy route!

Duck Print – Ikea, Kort Art Cards 5-pack – $5.00

Galvanized Tub: Lowes – $20.00

Dresser: Ikea, Expedit Bookcase – $69.99

Dresser Double Drawers: Ikea, Expedit Insert with 2 Drawers - $35.00

Dresser Single Drawers: Ikea, Expedit Insert Single Drawer (no longer sold) – $35.00

Coral Knobs: Anthropologie, Granita Knob – $6.00

Dresser Legs: Ikea, Capita Leg 4-pack – $10.00

Galvanized Bins: Lowes, Galvanized Storage Bin – $10.00

Green Lamp: Home Goods, Not Sold Online – $30.00

Frames: Thrift Stores, Home Goods. A little spray paint can do wonders!

Window Blinds: 2″ Faux Wood Blinds – $29.00

Frame Ledges: Ikea, Ribba Picture Ledge – $15 & $10

Changing Pad Fabric Cover: Spoonflower’s Heather Dutton, Rockweed Coral Colorway – $/yard

Framed Fabric: Spoonflower’s Heather Dutton, Collection – $/yard


Thank you Jessie for sharing your home with us!

*Read more about Jessie’s renovations on her blog Cape 27.

Aqua and Coral Nursery {Real Room Spotlight}

I first saw this room on Pinterest a little over a week ago and… I love it!

The soft aqua and coral color palette gives the room a ‘vintage feel’ and I’m immediately transported to a different place and era.

Classic furniture pieces and modern graphic patterns, like the rug and the crib bumper, are perfectly blended together.

Vivi Charles is one lucky girl! And you can read all about this little girl’s pretty nursery on her mommy’s blog, Lay Baby Lay.


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