2) This quilt pattern (if only I sewed):
3) Fabric watches:
4) When She Grows Up birthday tradition:
5) Paper dolls are the sweetest:
I adore the sweet, whimsical, beautifully illustrated books from Oliver Jeffers:
Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill out the survey at the beginning of the month. I appreciated the feedback! Responders seemed happy with the content and style of the blog, and the overwhelming favorite feature was Family Home. I'm happy to continue posting house porn. It distracts me from the dismal inventory in my own house hunt. This home to a six-month-old, 4-year-old, and teenager is what I want in my own future abode: a combination of traditional architectural elements and modern mid-century furnishings. And you already know how I feel about these floors.
I'm a huge fan of Oeuf. I love their commitment to sustainable materials, environmental responsibility, and beautiful craftsmanship. Their new Rhea crib is gorgeous. Available in walnut or birch.
It's been a long two weeks. I worked a ton of hours, and I was a single parent while my husband was on a business trip. I'm exhausted and looking forward to the weekend for some rest and a chance to recharge my creative batteries. In the meantime, some cuteness:
My friend is putting the finishing touches on her nursery. She needs a bright print for one of the walls, and I think one of these from Nellie Ryan would look great with the colors she picked:
Concrete is unexpected in a nursery, but I love the way this room looks. The wood and cozy rug warm it up.