Friday, June 26, 2009
A bent-handle spoon for baby is attached as well. And the best part? As in true Javis Davis style, YOU get to pick the fabrics! Customized or not, this is a fab gift. But knowing you took the time to pick out the sweet prints will warm momma's heart.
For a look at all the great fabric collections available at Javis Davis, click here. The jar sets are $28, or bibs and burpees can be purchased individually for $11 each. A steal of a deal, if you ask me. And you can't get any more original! Contact me with questions or to purchase!
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Get the look...
Old Navy Rope Strap Gauze Top in light blue print, $24.50
Pickles & Ice Cream Maternity Bengaline Crop in black, $80
Diego de Lucca Rona in red patent, $104 on sale (from $149)
Merona Chunky Carved Bangle, $9.99
J. Crew Leather Gallery Satchel in white, $248 on sale (from $298)
Friday, June 5, 2009
Lighting is often overlooked, no matter the room. Fun fixtures and proper lighting can bring dramatic effect to a room, so take some time to find the perfect pieces for your most perfect nursery. If you've got a standard ceiling mounted dome light or fan in the center of the nursery, consider replacing it with a youthful chandelier. There are a lot of affordable pendant and chandelier fixtures for children's rooms. Lighting is something you can spend a lot of money on, but it's definitely not necessary.
The Pottery Barn family of stores is one of my favorites for home accessories. Both Pottery Barn Kids and PB Teen have a great selection of unique lighting for children's rooms. I actually think PB Teen has the better collection of the two, so don't go thinking the "teen" version only sells bean bags and locker accessories. They actually have a wide array of items that would be very fitting in a nursery. Another budget-friendly favorite? Crate and Barrel's Land of Nod. Here are some great, affordable options for chandeliers...
Land of Nod Whoopsie Daisy Chandelier, $119
Another creative look for lighting is a wall-mounted sconce. The cool thing about wall fixtures is they serve two important roles: lighting and wall décor. Going for a nautical feel? I love the classic look of this old fashioned lantern...
Pottery Barn Kids Fisherman Wall Lamp, $69
Some funky animal print shades on this great wall sconce from Ballard Designs would look fabulous in a nursery if you're wanting to get a little wild!
Ballard Designs Davenport Sconce, $129 (shades sold separately)
See how fun lighting can be? I hope you have some new bright ideas to up the *fabulous* in your nusery. But fixtures alone are half the battle... make sure you play around with different bulbs to get the proper lighting in each spot of your child's room. In a nursery, consider adding a dimmer switch. It's incredibly cheap and easy to do on your own. As with any lighting project, do take precautions and consider hiring an electrician - especially if you're doing fixed wall sconces that will require special wiring. Atlanta area gals, I have a great electrician for such a need, so feel free to contact me for info.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Get the look...
Top Shop Maternity Blouson Sleeve Dress in charcoal, $80
Juicy Couture Shell Drama Torsade Necklace, $198
Perlina Snake Embossed Top Zip Slouch Hobo in yellow, $168
J. Crew Jane crackle-metallic ballet flats in metallic pewter, $140