A) Z Gallery, Aiden Rug $599.95 B) Barneys New York, Estella Taxi Pillow $88 C) The Land of Nod, Little Prints Toddler Sheet Set $39 D) Barnes & Noble, Curious George book $7.99 E) The Land of Nod, Color Bar Ledge $29 F) Jelanie, Around Coffee Table $290.02 G) The Land of Nod, Saved by the Cube Bin Locker Basket $ 24.95 H) Jelanie, Gran Yellow Pillow Case $28.18 I) Serena & Lily, French Tassel Window Panel $58-98 J) Potterybarn Kids, Yellow Measuring Tape Growth Chart $49 K) Jelanie, The Dots Coat Hook, $15.51
L) Jonathan Adler, Yellow Nixon Border Alpaca Throw, $350 M) Anthropologie, Keepsake Frame $18-24
According to the Pantone Color Institute, Pantone Minion Yellow is an extroverted hue, it projects playfulness and warmth and is suggestive of intellectual curiosity and enlightenment. Could it be any more perfect for a youthful room?
From Anthropologie to Z Gallerie, you'll find just right decor piece in Pantone Minion Yellow, the newest color for 2015. We've hunted around for these MUST-HAVES for your nursery or child's room.
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We have all ogled and even fallen in love with the great walls of chalk art like these two examples below and said to ourselves, "That's so cool, I'm definitely doing that in my kid's room!"
It's a win, win right? Kids get to write on the wall and the room gets free changing art!"
We are remodeling our teeny-weeny master bath and going sleek and modern. However, when I stood in Lowes picking out bathroom shower tiles, I found myself gravitating back to the a very classic look of herringbone in white & grey marble. I found myself mesmerized by the texture and natural mottled coloring.
In the end it took me 13 pain staking hours to complete one shower stall wall and niche. (Thank goodness the other two walls were larger white glass tiles!) As my thinset encrusted fingers searched through a bucket of cut scraps for just the right sized triangle piece to complete the wall, I thought about the Piazza del Campo in Siena, Italy. I wondered how long it took them to create this nine sections marvel. The Piazza del Campo in Siena, Italy has always been my favorite piazza and now I have an even deeper appreciation of this masterpiece.
I have sat in the Piazza del Campo many times, soaking in the Tuscan sun and sounds, but never knew how it would translate into my own surroundings. This shower wall is my own little masterpiece that I will soak in every day!
For some it's Barbies for others it's Legos, for us it's Hot Wheels. They take over the floor, the bed, the counter tops and are found found parked in every nook and cranny, cabinet and book shelf in the house.
It started out with just two larger cars and a couple random vehicles. Then for our son's second birthday last week, he received a dozen or so toy cars from friends and his older brother passed down to him his collection of 60+ cars. (Some were even their father's from when he was a boy.)