If you’ve got a little one on the way (or know someone who does!), then check out this tutorial for building your own Pottery Barn Kids inspired changing table like Katie from Sew Woodsy did. Katie enlisted the help of Ana White to draw up the plans for this piece that feature plenty of open […Read More]
With a baby on the way, the last thing Kenz from Interiors By Kenz wants to do is frivolously spend money. That’s why she found a way around spending a fortune on the wingback rocking chair she wanted for the nursery by instead looking for the perfect chair to convert. The answer came in the IKEA Strandmon wingback chair which Kenz combined with some unfinished runners she found online to create the ultimate rocking experience!
When it came time to decorate her second child’s nursery, Danielle at House in the South knew she wanted to include an alphabet print. Here’s what she has to say: “After seeing the Alphabet Zoo nursery art from ZGallerie, I ran across a pack of animal alphabet cards by Jenn Ski the creator of the ZGallerie piece. With a few on-hand craft items I used them to make a knock off that I am extremely pleased with.” How cool is it that the cards Danielle found were by the same artist as her inspiration???
When Kirstin from kojo designs saw a “huggie” pillow by Land of Nod, she knew it would be perfect for her daughter’s girly nursery. Kirstin changed up a couple of things and embroidered her daughter’s name on the back. I love how cute and snuggly this pillow is. The design makes it perfect for a […Read More]
In preparation for her little guy on the way, Debbie from The Walter Family set out to create some alphabet wall art for less than twenty bucks. Using flat canvases, an assortment of on-hand patterned papers, and online graphics, Debbie was able to make it happen. I love the soft pop of color this adds […Read More]
Jaime from That’s My Letter created some alphabet artwork for a couple who is expecting their first baby. Jaime arranged alphabet cards on three pieces of plywood that were first painted and lightly distressed. I love how she added the brown ink to the edges for a vintage look and attached the cards with carpet […Read More]