Often, when it comes to nursery design, less really can be more. When little Evie Sterbenz’s mom, Katie, designed her daughter’s space, she had one goal: “I wanted a room that was sweet, simple and a place Evie could grow … Continue reading →
You don’t have to be a designer or DIY maven to create a stunning nursery for your wee one. Case in point: pharmacist Lauren Folkmann, who transformed an empty space into this sunny, smart room for her son Magnus. “I … Continue reading →
When lucky little man Hudson joined the Degreff family last fall, he became the proud resident of this warm nursery. His mom, Steffy, wanted his space to be vibrant and cheerful, and she knew exactly the motif to embrace: “I’ve … Continue reading →
We’re swooning over this colorful garden spot—and looking longingly ahead to sunnier weather.
When Natalie Hurst of Salt Lake City, Utah, found out that her fourth baby would be her first daughter, she was thrilled—not just about the baby herself but also with the prospect of designing a space for little Rosie in … Continue reading →
Tiffany Johnson, a wedding photographer in Laguna Nigel, California, went pretty in pink when crafting a room for her fourth baby, Delilah. She opted for a theme but kept it from becoming overpowering by sticking to subtle touches and a … Continue reading →
New mom and blogger at M Loves M Mara Ferreira worked with online design service Havenly to fashion a sweet spot in which her son Augustine can grow. Ferreira stuck with neutral colors for all her “big” items, then wove in pops … Continue reading →
When a task feels like too much to take on, sometimes your best bet is to outsource. So mom of two Alexandra Evjen, blogger at AVE Styles, reached out to Annalisa Thomas, founder and head designer of nursery brand Oilo, … Continue reading →
A peek inside a chic, inviting nursery in Seattle.
When Kendra Henderson welcomed her youngest child, Winnie Wilde, to the family, she combined her love of bold type and graphics (she’s a designer by trade) with vintage-style furniture to create a nursery that any little girl would be lucky … Continue reading →
Take a ho-hum nursery to new heights by filling in the blank spaces.
Road trippers. Creative Thursday VW print, from $45 City smarts. Lolo Print Co. Chicago alphabet print, from $30 Get a head. Fiona Walker England elephant head, $165 Modern history. Parade and Company RAWR canvas art print, $29 Shelf life. Pillowfort … Continue reading →
A charming shared space for a pair of sweet siblings.
When the Heiligenthal family found out that a baby boy would be joining 2-year-old Leo in the nursery of their Minneapolis home this December, they made a few simple adjustments to create a space that’s perfect for both the newbie … Continue reading →