In the last few posts I’ve spent a ton of time planning and planning (and planning) the layout, and design foundation, of your nursery. But I can’t stress enough how important this planning is to your design. If you missed all of my other great tips on how to design your own nursery, you can see them here, here and here, or sign-up for my newsletter at the bottom of this post.
FINALLY, in this post, we will be talking about the first three major things in the nursery that really add decor and life to the space.
The Rug, The Walls and The Artwork.
(Next post I’ll cover the upholstery and drapery details.)Read More »
Mothers everywhere should be showered with gifts this weekend. It’s the hardest job out there, and the most important job out there. But what about those mothers that are expecting? They too have a hard job, making sure the baby is healthy and prepping for it’s arrival. Well, I’ve got the perfect Mother’s Day Gift Ideas!
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If you’ve been following my step-by-step guideline on how to plan your nursery design and have already found your inspirational piece for the room, then you are off to a great start. Now you’re ready to really jump in and pull it all together! You’ve drawn out your floor plan and know which furniture pieces you’ll need, but we can’t forget all of the little items that really create the space, as well as the selection of those furniture items. So let’s go over that list now, along with places to shop, and my designer tips for creating a unique space you and your child will love and grow into.Read More »
Hopefully at this stage in the game you have pulled together an awesome plan for your nursery design. I know, I know, you just want to get to the good stuff, but trust me, that plan you created is ESSENTIAL. If you haven’t created one yet, you can check out my earlier post on planning your nursery design here.
So get ready, the really fun stuff is about to begin!Read More »
Congratulations, you’re pregnant!! This is so exciting, and now that the news is official, you can begin to create the nursery design, or at least day dream about one until you find out your baby’s gender. But wait, like most expecting parents you’re a little overwhelmed. EVERYTHING is so cute! Not only that, but there are cribs that start at $300 and some cost more than $1000 dollars. Where do you start and how will you ever pull it together? (I know, I had pregnancy brain too!)
I am a mom, but even better an interior designer in LA who specializes in nursery design and children’s rooms. So take a deep breath, help is here. I’ll sum up my ten plus years of experience with a step-by-step process to designing the nursery. You’ll get tips and advice on everything, including planning the room and finding inspiration, organizing, finding the latest trends, and adding in the details that make a nursery design so special.Read More »