Since May 4th, Star Wars day, is around the corner, I wanted to repost the Little Padawan nursery board. It’s one of my favorites, and I updated it a little with currently available items. Stay tuned for a girl version to be posted tomorrow!
This inspiration board is up on BHG today (so go here for links to all the items) – a little inspiration for a twin room. This has a neutral feel (for those of you brave enough to wait to find out with twins!!) that you can easily tweak to go more girly or more masculine if needed. Or it would work well for a girl and a boy duo. Those darling sparrow cribs are a bit pricey, so if you like the look, you could go with the Hudson crib for a modern lookalike, or a Jenny Lind for a classic touch without the hefty pricetag. If you prefer color on the walls, a very light fresh blue would be nice (like Sherwin Williams Embellished Blue).
BHG (@BHG) is hosting a spring decorating twitter party tonight from 8 to 9 p.m. EST with Kate of Censational Girl, and I’ll be participating along with a few other bloggers. Above is the board I put together for a spring room – go here to find the sources (aside from those awesome wooden anchors, the vintage looking beach photo, and that surfing print that I adore). I love the whale shower curtains – they would make great shower curtain curtains! Find some fun yellow fabric to stitch on for extra length, and they would be perfect. Join in the fun tonight if you like!
And, oh my goodness, we are working away on the website . . . it’s going to be awesome!
I love this lumberjack nursery created by Emily for her son, Asher. She is a military wife and they live in base housing, so she was a bit limited in what she could do to re-invent the space, but I think she did a fantastic job of making the room feel bright and cheery, and I love the clean, modern spin she put on the lumberjack feel. Be sure to check out her blog, with a few more pictures and a list of sources for all the sweetness in the room. If you are loving the lumberjack idea, also check out this Paul Bunyan board and this Lumberjack board for more inspiration.
I love this nursery done by Kelly Hicks – so many sweet details, many of them handmade! Be sure to check out her adorable blog, full of fashion inspiration and bits of life with baby Jack. Her post has more photos of his precious room, as well as more details on where she found and made some of the items.
Meanwhile, my week has been full this:I have to say, this first week the second time around has been so much easier than it was with Vivi. I know the sleep deprivation will catch up with me, but so far the transition has been surprisingly and refreshingly less challenging. Vivi has been doing great, too! We are waiting on one piece of the nursery that has been on backorder before I post photos. It will likely be mid-February. We took photos of Vivi’s room, though, with the toddler updates, and I’ll be sharing those on Monday!