Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Parents-to-be are broadening their horizons and venturing into the use of maps as nursery decor. Utilizing maps is a great way to teach Baby about the great big world it’s entered into. They give your little one the chance to grow up globally aware and will hopefully ignite a passion for travel. Using maps in the nursery is also a fun way to show where Mom and Dad are from, whether it’s separate states or different countries. Incorporating maps into the nursery doesn’t simply have to mean hanging up a plain map. Check out all these awesome uses and projects that will take your little explorer on a trip around the world without ever having to leave the nursery.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
I have a confession. I’m obsessed with paper lanterns. I’m certain I own more than what is a reasonable amount for one person who doesn’t own an event planning service to own. I can’t help it though. They’re ridiculously affordable, incredibly versatile, and utterly adorable. I’ve used paper lanterns as decor in my daughters’ bedroom, as party decorations, and even as unconventional and modern holiday decor.
But imagine you stepped away from just the plain paper lantern. Go ahead and give your lanterns a makeover. Whether you decide to use your paper lanterns in the nursery or at Baby’s first birthday, you’re going to have awesome custom decor without spending a lot of money. See which paper lantern hack inspires you and tap into your creative DIY side.
Posted by Nadia Carriere
If you’ve been reading Disney Baby for awhile now, you’ll most likely recall the post where I featured “everything you need” to create a princess nursery. Not only did that include Disney’s Cinderella and “Little Princess” bedding collections — stunning choices for your little girl’s nursery, mind you — it featured accessories and decor items to really spruce up the room.
“What about the furniture?” you ask? Well, that particular category was the one that I completely missed. Everyone knows a princess needs a royal crib to sleep in!
In partnership with Babies”R”Us and Disney Baby, Delta has designed the “Enchanted Collection,” which includes a gorgeous crib and three different dresser options for your little lady. Even though each piece complements the Disney Princess nursery theme, they could easily be used in any other nursery for a little girl. The creamy white finish and carved bow details are simply breathtaking! <!–more–> [slideshow]
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
I love crib sheets. They are such a fun way to add some color and pattern to a nursery, and there are so many available, from very basic to bright and busy! Plus, even if you have no other bedding, it gives the crib an “on-purpose” look.
I used to have two for my baby’s crib so that I could wash one (or have a back-up in case of an emergency), but then my older daughter moved to a toddler bed and now both crib sheets are in constant rotation, so I’ve been on the lookout for some new ones. The only upside to having just one for each bed is that I never have to figure out how to fold them!
I was surprised to see what a good-sized collection Disney Baby has and how CUTE they were! I guess I’ll have to get a couple:
Posted by Selena Burgess
2014 is seeing a lot of changes in home and nursery decor. We’re seeing a shift from vintage to modern and clean, minimal looks with a bit of whimsy to keeps things sweet.
I’m a fan of the new trends and am totally inspired to change things up a bit in Abby and Wyndham’s room over the next few months, beginning of course with a few fresh new DIYs to please my crafty heart. Click through and see what pleases you!