Our New Offering "Spanish Serenade"

We are so excited about our new blanket offerings!  Pictured below is  our "Spanish Serenade" blanket stylized two ways.  We hope our inspiration will spark in you creative ideas for making your little one's nursery the most talked about room in your home.  Enjoy!
As pictured in Neutral + Color Pop:
As pictured in Bright Bohemian:


Girls Puffer Winter Jackets 2015

As the weather outside cools down, puffer jackets are the best option to keep your little girl warm and cozy in style! This season’s puffer jackets are sure to chase away your winter blues. Whether you choose a bright pop of color or sleek neutral with belted closure scroll through to see our top pics of the season!

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1. Boden Kids
2. Kate Spade
3. Patagonia
4. Hanna Anderson
5. Childrens Place
6. Old Navy
7. JCrew
8. Gap


Modern and Rustic or Nursery Mood Board #2

Modern and rustic come together is this serene and soft-palette nursery mood board.
Inspired by the long nature walks, and beautiful free-spirited hikes, world travels, vintage treasures and appreciation of handmade...

9. Rug
11. Console


Children's Parade or Nursery Mood board #1

Bright and colorful nursery mood board for a little girl! By switching a few items, it can be easily transformed into a boys or gender-neutral nursery. Our new crib comforter "Children's parade"  has inspired me to create this cheerful grouping. Enjoy!

1. Pink Lampshade - this comes in other colors too!
2.Sweet birds garland - absolutely adorable!
3. Yellow bunting crib sheet -  it is gender neutral!
4.Carousel crib - soft and tender blush pink
5. Watercolor hearts - so simple yet brilliant!
6. Yellow burst rug - add a little sunshine to your room
7. Peeking Panda Poster - love this oversized image!
8.I love you pillow - seriously, I LOVE you!
9.Dresser - yes! other colors available!
10. Aqua ottoman - fun for any room!
11. Pink diamonds boppy cover - for a true princess!
12. Childern's Parade Crib comforter - just lovely and can be customized!
13.Nancy the Slug- the cutest slug I ever encountered


Go Tribal

Your little one’s nursery is his / her first room in their brand new world!  Why not 
forgo the classic pink for girls and blue for boys and instead of just cute, think design and inspirational…enter the tribal nursery.

With soft and earthy colors the tribal nursery provides a gender neutral palette pleasing to all.

Our charming cuddly Teepee pillow is the perfect accent piece.  You will adore the soft hand drawn illustrations and beautiful pops of color.

The front side features a tribal design in soothing minky fabric your newborn will love to snuggle with!  The reverse side is solid white minky and has the smart feature of a large pocket for PJ’s, small toys or whatever else you might fancy tucking away.

Sized at 18x20 these pillows won't get lost on a large bed either! Tip: stack the Teepees all side by side or mix with other softies for a better effect.

Hidden zipper on the bottom allows for an easy removal for wash.

Be intentional with your tribal nursery design and let your imagination run free!





Product Credit:
Tribal Rug  luluandgeorgia
Be Brave Little One Starandarrowdesigns 
Child’s Tepee  Reosenberryrooms 
Tepee Pillow and tribal bunting - NewMomDesigns
 Dreamcatcher  - WhiteTail Road


How to use navy blue for girls rooms and nurseries

When it comes to decorating a nursery for a girl, you have millions of options: peach, pinks, golds and yellows and teals. Not many moms choose navy blue for baby girls. Yes, it is an intense color ,traditionally associated with boys, and it's tricky to work with. But when done right , the results can be very rewarding. If you are up for a challenge to make your girl's nursery unique, bold and pinterest-worthy, here are some tips on how to make deep navy blue work for you. 

Brighten the navy area with fun contasting color, like yellow or golden mustard. Pay attention to the type of pattern too. Better to choose playful and whimsical to dillute all the seriousness of a navy blue.

Another great color to combine navy blue with is white. Simple and dreamy navy/white combo will help you create a gender neutral nursery that can also be used as a guest room. Add variety of textures and patterns with different scales for a good balance.

Probably the most popular way to use navy for girls is to add a good amount of coral or peach to it.
Yes, this combo is lovely and it is also very useful when trying to transform a boy's nursery into a little girl's. No re-painting of the walls needed! Make sure to use some metallic gold accents for a bit of bling and reflection,  plus navy and gold is so classic.

You don't need to paint a whole wall in navy or have a wall-to-wall navy blue carpeting.. Sometimes less is more! Pepper the navy color throughout the room in small accents. A lamp, artwork, pillow or delicate navy pattern in bedding. Load with white, greys and beige to offset the dark accents.


What I want for Mother's Day

Here is the list of beautiful, hand-crafted items I wouldn't mind getting for Mother's Day or any other day for that matter.

From left to right:
Black Top - looks slimming and sexy
Leopard print Flats - because every woman needs a pair
Tote - can't have too many chic summer bags
Pink Cup - need this beauty in my life for my morning coffee
Stacking bracelets - just lovely!
Weekly Planner - I actually have this and LOVE it! Every momma needs one!