Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
It’s nursery inspiration day today and Sienna’s nursery is easily one of my favourite nurseries of all time! Her parents, Jen & Jason, are the amazing team behind Green Wedding Shoes therefore it’s no surprise the nursery is incredible as those two definitely have great taste!
There are so many details to love about this room… the awesome (and super modern) triangular wall decals, the chevron rug, amazing art prints and the tassels above the changing table. I recognise several different crafters and companies in this one room and it’s amazing to see them all put together in such a wonderful way…
Awesome images: Brandon Kidd Photography
To learn where you can get your hands on all the awesomeness in this beautiful nursery just head on over to this post on Green Wedding Shoes. There are loads more pictures of the adorable Sienna there too. Awwwww :)
Monday, April 29th, 2013
We have featured round-ups of alphabet prints before, but never the idea to turn a whole wall into an alphabet print! I love how this is so customisable so you can have it exactly as you want it. Another awesome idea is to give the letters out to friends and family and have them decorate them for you! They could also add a wish for baby to the back, so the alphabet wall becomes your guest book!
Awesome image courtesy of Collected
This would work in any nursery or play room and could be shrunk for smaller rooms and made to any colours/designs. It’s a great idea and one that you could get the whole family involved in!
Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
I’m writing this after I spent the entire day stripping my bedroom of wallpaper. It was definitely one of the more boring days of my life! And in the days ahead of me I have to put up lining paper, then wallpaper, and only then do I get to paint (because I have rubbish walls and need to mask them with anaglypta)!
So anyway, I’m hating wallpaper a little right now, and any ideas that are simple and solely paint-focused are awesome in my eyes!
Like the following round-up of dots and spots for a child’s nursery, bedroom or play room.
Fun, playful and way easier than wallpapering I can assure you!
1. How about a random pattern in random colours? From The Boo and the Boy.
2. Feeling fancy? Go metallic like these spots seen on Chic Cheap Nursery.
3. For a more unique take on polka dots I love just a few being differently coloured, like these on Cutting Edge Stencils.
4. Popsugar shows you how to do uniform, colourful spots superbly well.
5. These black smaller dots via Maureen Stevens are contemporary and cool.
The stencil solution
And if you want to try something like this yourself but aren’t sure where to start, a polka dot stencil such as this from Henry Donovan Motif will make the job even easier for you!