Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Big news fellow decor enthusiasts- my husband Josh and I are expecting! We have 9 weeks to go and are so excited!

We don't know if it is a boy or a girl yet- but I am dying to know so I can tackle decor colour schemes... but good things come to those who wait I suppose!

Here are a couple fun finds that are not only gorgeous, but perfect for a baby budget:

If only our red target friends would migrate north- but until then the road trips are fun. DwellStudio, famous for their quirky and playful graphics, quality bedding and home decor, has done a beautiful economic line for Target. I love how simple and streamlined the furniture is.

Many of you know how much I love old suitcases. How cute are these in RH's classic colours- and a cut out pig in a frame? Too cute!

Okay, so not as pocket friendly as Target- but amazing modern pieces!

Amy Butler
Ooh I cannot wait to start these- Amy Butler has a gorgeous patterns for all things baby! And being able to sew your own blankets, toys and change pad is not only a special gift to give your child- but can give you a custom look at an even more gorgeous price. Will keep you posted on my progress!!!!


Jennifer Lee said...

i'd love to see the baby room when it's done. make sure you post ;)

Syllho said...

Félicitations from France !!!

At Home with Kim Vallee said...

New parents have so much choices these days. I am a fan of the modern style baby furniture and necessities. Have you start thinking about the design of the nursery?

Heather said...

Baby rooms are so much fun (when else do you have such a great excuse to start fresh?)

I'm a designer for ella+elliot, so I wanted to say thanks for the mention! The next time you're in the store, you should ask about our Designer Discount: we give special prices to the trade when furniture is purchased through a design office.

Congratulations! Hope to see you soon.

Wanderluster said...

Just came across your blog. Congrats on the baby - I think we're due around the same time (mid-April). Can't wait to see what you do with the nursery in your new home.

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