Who says kids' decor has to be soft and sweet and cuddly? If your tastes are more sci-fi than nursery rhyme, robots might be right up your alley… here are a few robot rooms from our readers to help you get the gears going (pun intended!) More
Abe is our fourth baby, so we're running low on bedrooms around here. We do, however, have a ridiculously long master bedroom, so we opted to put up a room divider and use one part of the master as a nursery for now. More
This room was originally just for our first son. Then we had baby number two, so we wanted to create a comfortable and bright nest for both of them, keeping the right mix of both masculine and feminine. More
Melissa wanted modern glamour for her daughter-to-be's room, and searched everywhere for the perfect inspiration. She found it in photos, not of other nurseries, but of sophisticated rooms with luxe finishes. To achieve the look, Melissa painstakingly measured, taped off the walls, and painted irregular horizontal black stripes on one accent wall. Pops of pink complete the effort. More
Creating a nursery is no small feat — there are lots of decisions to be made, and lots of things to buy (or make!), and it can feel a little overwhelming. Here are some helpful links to get you started thinking about the addition in your home for the new little addition in your life. More
I'm about the introduce a new design term to the world. Are you ready? Meta Decor. Or, in one word, Metadeco. For a visual definition, check out all these houses in rooms in houses. Because kids nowadays are so much smarter than we were at their age.
Name: Glory Location: North Carolina Room Size: 150 sq. ft.
When I first came across baby Glory's space I was instantly smitten with the warm simplicity, gorgeous natural light, and sweet touches. Her mother, Whitney, did an amazing job of mixing modern and more traditional pieces into the nursery in a way that makes it feel fresh but cozy. Read on to find out more about this sweet and peaceful space.
Michele's son had outgrown his room's decor, and everyone was sick of the orange, purple and red color scheme. It took a couple of weeks to re-do it completely, using a lot of what they already owned, plus adding a few new things to the mix. The goal was to keep it affordable and simple. More