If you want to find something FABULOUS for that nursery or child's bedroom, than click over to the LuLu & Georgia site. You'll probably be like "WHOA!" I love this rug for my bedroom or "HEY NOW" this lamp would dazzle in our dining room – that's kinda why shopping this site is so fabulous.
This whole week we dedicated our sharing to the fathers who flexed their DIY or design muscles on their baby's nursery or kid’s bedroom. Of course we had to include the stellar designing dads Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent who’s daughter Poppy’s glamorous nursery was featured in Architectural Digest.
Sometimes things that look simple or basic are the hardest things to recreate. That could be said for creating a truly authentic looking Nordic space. It's easy to think that just because something is black or white that it equals a Nordic look, but that isn't quite true.
The good news is the rules for styling a cool Nordic nursery or kids room are rather straight forward and we call them out for you in seven rules to get it just right!
1. Color Palette
Color Palette: The focus on color for all fixtures, furnishings, bedding and decor should be black and white. This might sound challenging for a baby’s room, but there is so many great items out there in this monochromatic coloring currently at IKEA, The Land Of Nod and Pottery Barn Kids. Favorite Boutique shops Design Life Kids, Jelanie Shop and Olli+Lime
This month's Pin-Up is a Rocky Mountain, Colorado native who enjoys nature and rolling around in bed, the floor...well almost anywhere at all. The minute I saw the stone-faced selfies on Instagram I knew we had to meet.
I'm talking about Rock Pillows, a father and son run business, where each pillow is handcrafted into rock like shapes using the softest polar fleece (wool line coming soon!) and premium hypo-allergenic fiberfill. Proudly made in the U.S.A. they come in various sizes and 14 colors, the most popular being a light gray. On their website you can buy a single rock or a set of rock shapes sizes.