Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
My amazing friend Kacia of Coconut Robot is so super-talented she makes my jaw drop. When she shared with me this amazing DIY tutorial of the prettiest burp clothes around, I just had to share! They are so amazing and her tutorial is a breeze to follow. In just a few steps, you’ll have beautiful burp cloths for your nursery or maybe even as a gift. With the supply list of only 7 things, you’ll be able to whip these up in no time.
See how you can make them yourself! Get the full tutorial on Coconut Robot but for now – click through a few details and pin them to your must-sew board! They make the best nursery gift too.
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
When I saw this nursery designed by Abbey Kyhl, I immediately fell in love with it.
I love the pairing of the old-fashioned with modern touches, and I really love that it looks like something I could put together too. Sometimes, I see nurseries and I feel overwhelmed. This nursery is just so real, sweet, and perfect for welcoming a new baby home.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Spring is almost here and I can’t wait! The signs of spring are beginning to bloom everywhere. Beautiful flowering blossoms on trees, cheerful birds chirping in the warming weather, and glorious spring color is popping up everywhere. Now everything you love about spring can be found in Minnie Mouse’s Love Blossom’s nursery line. Everything you need for an adorable and cheerful nursery for your little girl is available. From bedding and musical mobiles, to wall art and a sweet plush Minnie to match the theme.
Posted by Savannah Wallace
The day we found out we were having a boy was the day we decided to have a Star Wars themed nursery. To be honest, I had been very against having a themed nursery and very much for the idea of having something simple and subtle and not too cheesy or over the top. So the fact that I was so gung-ho about theming our son’s nursery really surprised my husband, Jon.
In order to create a space that we both really liked for our son, in hopes that he would really love it too…we decided to approach the theme in a whole new way. We didn’t want to be too “fanboy” about the theme, but instead do something a little unexpected, but still true to our theme. We went with a bright and playful color palette and added in beautiful artwork and Lego models that we loved. We were so thrilled with the end result and now it’s our favorite room in the house. ;) We just hope little Soren will grow to love Star Wars and Legos as much as his daddy. ;)
Posted by Jerika Welch
A nursery should be a sweet escape for your little one. It is a space for them to be able to play and let their imaginations run wild. My friend, Morgan, created a space that is all of those great characteristics combined for her son Wyman. This nursery is perfectly eclectic in the most inventive ways. Morgan took old pieces of furniture plus $150 dollars to turn this room into a truly dreamy place. If you are on a budget or looking for great ways to transform the things that you already have into an amazing nursery, these photos are sure to give you some inspiration!