Guest Picks: Little Naturalist
I love the colors of this butterflies print — I prefer to not have the real thing hanging on my wall. It would look beautiful in a white frame.
The bright green and delicate nature of fern leaves would look pretty in any room of the house.
Vintage pull-down school charts are one of my very favorite ways to fill a large wall with art. This flower chart is just fantastic.
The colors in this print really appeal to me. I also like that the subject matter is a bit unexpected.
These shells are so intricate and beautifully illustrated. I love the muted colors.
This pillow would add a touch of whimsy to my living room sofa.
I think my girls would get a big kick out of this giant acorn pillow. What a fun accent for a kids' room or playroom!
A collection of sea urchins would be an incredible thing to have. But until my kids and I can gather one, this pillow lends the same color and interest to a room.
This faux fan coral would look stunning on a bookshelf.
This sea-themed bedding would be beautiful for a summer guest room.
This book is on my kids' wish list. It looks like a wonderful resource for any young explorer.
I recently checked this out from the library for my kids. It's such an inspiring story and is beautifully illustrated as well.
This book is perfect for anyone interested in the deepest depths of the ocean. There is so much to discover in this amazing book.
If you are looking for strong role models for young girls, this is a wonderful book. My girls and I enjoyed reading the story of a 13 year old who dared to challenge the science of her day to discover the truth about butterflies.
This is another amazing biographical picture book. It tells the story of America's first naturalist and will inspire your young nature lover.
This is another book on the "to read" list. The lives of six pioneering naturalists — sounds like some inspiring reading.
I like the bright pop of color — and the fact that this isn't a real tortoise shell. It would be a fun element in any room.
I like the idea of having rustic shelves like these available for displaying found treasure like bird feathers, shells, and pretty rocks or even acorns.
This driftwood shelf is just right for displaying seaside finds.
A configuration of these hexagonal shelves would allow me to create a custom display area for all my kids' treasures. I love that you can finish these to suit your own decor.Next: Book to Know: 'Bringing Nature Home'