When looking for the new and classic modern baby products, there are only a handful of sites that I venture to, one being My Urban Child. My Urban Child is a one-stop-shop that can be a real lifesaver when decorating becomes overwhelming. While they offer products running the whole gamut
Etsy is a wealth of creativity and I love to browse around there for art prints, especially for my daughter. By simply changing her bedroom’s art around, a whole new feel can be achieved. But what about the often over-looked bathroom? Those walls deserve a little pizzazz as well and
Multipurpose products always earn a spot in my home. While ottomans and poufs are a huge love of mine (can you ever have too many?) they do take up a good amount of room. So when a decorative piece like an ottoman has storage, I cannot resist purchasing. When said
Cut flowers are pretty but they don’t last long, and if you or your mother has a black thumb, the potted kind won’t last either. Here’s a novel idea: have the kids help you make paper flowers. You can customize your own gorgeous bouquet or a single stem will do.
With Easter passed, it’s time to de-bunny the house. While a lot of your existing decor will still work for the next couple months, there’s a good chance a lot won’t. It’s easy to put your bunny blinders on preparing for Easter festivities. Now is the time to simply focus
Oh how I love to decorate this season with winter trees! No matter your religion or style, I think trees are a fun decor. I typically do not like the look of the purchasable faux mini trees. Here are a few great DIY ideas for creating you own: From Little
When thinking about gifts for friends, the first thing that pops in my head is candles. Candles are something, I think, we all share a love for. They create decadent scents to waft through your home, they are easy to arrange in your decor, and, well, they create perfect lighting.
Imagine teaching your young ones foreign languages and to be eco-aware at the same time. Art and Philanthropy has made this possible with their line of adorable decor, all printed on 100% recycled materials with soy-based ink. Each piece of art is unique and relevant. They are gender-neutral and ready for
Want to add a little spook to your house without the cheesy witches and ghosts? Try subtle additions like this Spider Web Pillow that you can make yourself. It is super gorgeous, super fun. I guarantee once you make one, you’ll want to do another. With pretty basic sewing knowledge,
Branches, leaves, and pine cones are big fall decor staples. This year, I’m loving acorns! I have found a few DIY projects to add to my list this fall, and since I live in the desert, I’m going to be making a big acorn-gathering trip up the mountains. My daughter cannot wait,