I’m a copy cat designer. I found beautiful twin nurseries for inspiration and copied their ideas. But when I tallied my budget, bedding times two, crib times two, let’s just say I didn’t even want to ask my husband to agree on a price cap. After much exploring online, I was able to finagle my … Continue reading
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Project Nursery: The Finish Line
Our nursery is complete. This cozy room is a calm tranquil haven, but it’s not overpowered by pinkiness. Of course now that the girls are here, I kind of like pink. For this room, I focus on a grey and white background, spotted with lavender and yellow accents. The shaggy rug is soft on little … Continue reading
Project Nursery: Ready, Aim, Fire!
Planning a twin nursery is quite a challenge when you are on best rest. I can assuredly say with some creativity, it is possible. Armed with my trusty laptop, a wifi connection, and my sweet friends Rhonda Powell and Dana Nowell who can sew, run to fabric shops, or any other shopping, we were able … Continue reading
Project Nursery: Neutral Inspirations
Neutral nurseries invoke the calm, peaceful, serene feelings that I’m hoping to create. Restoration Hardware has this traditional nursery with a brass bed and the Embroidered
Project Nursery: Pass on Pink
I’m shying away from the traditional pink fabric for girls, so that ups the stakes in my mission to create a twin nursery for girls that’s playful yet has an adult feel to harmonize with the rest of our home. The solution? Pass on pink, stick with neutrals, add a fun accent color, and play … Continue reading
Project Nursery Begins
The goal: To create the perfect nest of a nursery at an affordable price while minimizing stress. Ha! This sounds so easy. Here’s a nursery I love from Restoration Hardware’s Baby and Child. I love the peaceful, at-home, old school feeling it generates. A warm place for memories, I simply love it. The problem: At … Continue reading
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