Rounding out this week, some sophisticated but girly wallpaper… Some of you have been asking about “tweener” designs and I think these are playful and young but devoid of anything “baby’ish.”
Stay tuned in the next few weeks for some really exciting changes here. I hope to be able to show them to you very soon!
In the meantime, have a happy Friday and weekend everyone!
above: Pink forest wallpaper
above: Mauve and girly wallpaper
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I basically shopped for anything empire and loose at my own boutique when I was expecting…but if you’re pressed for time here are some stylish fall options for moms-to-be. How cute is that striped shirt? I’ve just barely scratched the surface here so if anyone has any to add please do!
I’m hoping this helps to make all of our Mondays kick-off to a productive start…
The adorable and talented Sabrina Soto of HGTV’s Get it Sold was kind enough to take in some questions I had about making our places (even if it’s down the line) with kids in tow. If you haven’t watched the show, I am always amazed at how she is able to transform rooms with just a few simple (and most often affordable) adjustments.
Thank you again Sabrina!
*Just click below to play. And if an you have trouble viewing it you can also click on this link.
I had two simultaneous conversations with friends in the past week over the bane of hipsters. One refuses to date them and the other (that’s you Designing Mom Shinmin!) showed me the most hilarious You Tube video (Hipster Olympics).
It got me thinking…what about the bane of “hipster babies?”
Lo and behold there was a little article in MSN over the weekend called Baby Fashionistas
listing “over the top baby trends.” I pulled the photos from it (below). Some of their picks were skulls, leopard, tutus, skinny jeans and motorcyle jackets… I don’t mind the novelty of denim printed diapers (kinda tired of Winnie the Pooh). But skinny jeans?! I LIVE for baby chub and can’t imagine hiding any of it.
So what are some you seeing out there and are tired of? Any crazy baby fashion scenarios?