I mean, sometimes and on the occassion, a pink lace dress will be cute.
But for a nursery... I think I'd go crazy in an all-rosy room covered ceiling to floor in cotton candy, carnation, carmine, coral, hot, baby, fuchsia...you-name-it pink. Can someone please say
KIDS, DONT DO THIS (ABOVE) TO YOUR ROOMS.
Here's a little secret.
I've been compiling nursery room ideas waaaaaaaaay before I'd gotten preggers.
Just the same way I'd almost booked all my wedding suppliers even before I'd gotten engaged. HAH. TACKY. Do not do that, ladies.
Anyway, the nursery my husband and I want for
Truth is, the moms (and dads) and grandparents and aunts and uncles will be spending more time appreciating it. The baby, well.. the baby will be in it, but do you really expect the little infant to go all 'oh mom, i love that you picked out that flush changing bed to complement the blush ottoman...'
I really have lots to say about this, but I think I'd rather go on and show you guys the idea for Baby #1's nursery.
Love the chandelier and mirror. heehee. okay fine. and the framed monogrammed print.
same room, different angle:
A nursery with the essentials:
a comfortable feeding chair, a wardrobe, a changing table.... and a chandelier. HAHA.
Although I don't agree with the all-white origami hanging as a mobile (because I read somewhere that a colored mobile stimulates the baby more than bond paper does...), the linen is fantastic, and so is that...deer on the table. hahaha.
The walls will have cute things like DIY-looking frames, vintage mirrors..and those letters seem to be making it big these days:
Great word, not my kind of font: But this shelf is too cute!
Nice touch with the stylized fonts for LONDON. Not loving the photography though haha:
Oooooh nice fluffy teddy bear.
I mean, so far, this is what we've got!