Guest Picks: In the Stars
The metallic stars add a nice twinkle effect to this mobile. It would work easily in either a boy’s or girl’s room.
Framed and hung near the bed, this print just might provide some courage for those inevitable “I’m afraid of the dark!” moments.
This would be a wonderful statement piece. I can see it hanging above the crib.
I’d put this simple yet whimsical pillow on the glider.
Vinyl wall decals seem like the perfect way to get the look and style of wallpaper without having to go through the trouble of actually putting up wallpaper. Then when you’re ready for a change, just peel them off.
I love the muted tone of the stars and, of course, the fact that these sheets are made of the softest muslin.
A modern white crib would work well against a dark gray wall.
Use a desk as a changing table, and then when the diaper stage is done, you have a coloring/art station ready to go.
A gold lamp will reflect the light beautifully.
These shelves are good for holding collections, trophies, souvenirs and any number of other things that kids love to accumulate and store in their rooms. In the nursery, it allows space for the more fragile decorative items that you want to keep away from baby’s hands.
Garlands always add a fun element to a space! You could make your own or buy one already made.
These blackout curtains would be very useful for nap times and early summer bedtimes.
I’m a sucker for personalized nursery art. This hand-stitched piece is just adorable.
You can display these on shelves as decor at first. Then later, they will be sturdy, beautiful toys for your child to enjoy.
Keep this beauty in an easy-to-access toy basket. It’s perfect for grasping and chewing.
I had an egg-shaped thermostat in my daughter’s room, and I loved knowing if it was too hot or cold inside. This star-shaped one is especially cute.
You could definitely find a star projector for a cheaper price, but this one looks beautifully made. And it could be something you’d want to keep forever instead of getting rid of after the baby stage.
This is a beautiful book to add to your little one’s library.
My youngest is enchanted with owls. The artwork in this book looks bright and engaging, and of course, the nursery rhyme is a classic.
Pete the Cat always makes my kids and me laugh! This his his version of the well-known tune.Next: Room of the Day: Reaching for the Stars in a Boy’s Nursery