I hope you enjoy this nursery. It's perfectly feminine and yet not too sweet--my favorite kind of girl's room. That wallpaper is fantastatic.
We finally picked out a rug for the nursery. We purchased something inexpensive and indestructible from West Elm, similar to little man's Ikea rug (seen here and here). I love the look of vintage tribal rugs in nurseries, though. It would have been fun to splurge on one with a great pattern. Like one of these:
Photowall just launched a new line of children's wallpaper from Swedish illustrator Ingela P Arrhenius. It's pretty awesome:
It's hard for me to narrow down my favorite things about this room. I love the wallpaper, the chair, the light, that gorgeous crib, the textiles, the layered rugs.
This 1920s villa was remodeled by its owners to accommodate their new life with twins. Covetousness is a sin, but I covet this.
I love the combination of this white table with that wallpaper and the unexpected color of those windows.
I'm working again this weekend so my usual Sunday chores are getting neglected. Tomorrow will be catch-up day AKA laundry day. How cute is this room? I don't have a source (found on Pinterest), so I don't know if this is wallpaper or hand-painted. Whatever it is, I love it.
This Mer Mag project combines two awesome things about summer: outdoor play and more time for reading together. It's a perfect spot to get out of the sun and enjoy story time. It looks pretty adorable lit up at night too.