Thursday, September 9, 2010

Clothing Dividers

I just purchased these on Etsy today - super cute & they totally go with our theme of forest friends. I LOVE them.

Nursery Ideas

I've been searching the internet, looking at different nurseries and pulling ideas I like from a few. What do you think and do you have anything you'd like to add? We have an "A Frame" house so the two main walls slant inward and connect at the ceiling to form an "A" - which makes decorating not as easy as a standard nursery. Here are some ideas I'm thinking about.

I like the idea of going a bit lighter on the green than I had first thought, like this picture. Then break the top & bottom up with a brown. I don't know if I'm 100% on board with the trees but it's an idea I want to play with.

I was surprised when I saw this nursery & couldn't look away, I like the idea of wallpaper on one wall - something detailed like they have here. I don't know how "doable" it is on a wall that stretches at least 12' tall but interesting...

I really like the tree decal here and all the colors on the leaves.

I saw this and thought that maybe we could "make" a ceiling with the paint color. Stop painting at a set point up the wall and let the rest be white instead of taking the color all the way up to the point.

I've seen this wall idea before but it struck me how great this may work out for us. Do each flat wall with the square pattern in different shades of green and then take a medium shade from it and paint the other two walls.

It wouldn't be pink if we did it but I like the idea of the poms hanging from the ceiling. It may just end up being a dust collector but we can get away with hanging things because the ceiling height is so high.

I like the decal coming out of the window on this nursery. Sweet & simple.

Another idea for breaking up the paint color - bead board at the bottom. Not sure if we'd be able to pull it off but I like the look of it.

I really like the rug in this nursery - I think I've seen it and bookmarked it before. It's really cool to see it laid out though.