How do we love this nursery? Let us count the ways! It’s neutral gray + white theme with pops of navy + lime is both modern and serene. Not to mention, our Baby Mod Oliver 3-in-1 convertible crib and our Babyletto Kyoto glider (in slate with ecru piping) look as if they were made to reside here! Can you believe that mom (and founder of Ink & Press PR!) Stephanie Tsai designed it entirely on her own? We’re in love!
“You don’t have to spend a lot to make the nursery cozy and cute,” Paige told Project Nursery. “The 2 big ticket items were the [Babyletto Modo crib] and dresser/changing table. We spent around $300 for each piece and plan to re-use them for future babies.” In addition to the crib, we love her the Rifle Paper Co. cards + the sweet blabla bunny.
Congratulations, Paige! We hope your new baby loves your nursery as much as we do (we have a feeling she will : ).
Much to our excitement, the home of Nurseryworks’ founder Traci Fleming was featured on Apartment Therapy last week. Designed in collaboration with Tamara Kaye-Honey (of House of Honey fame), Traci’s home exudes a modern warmth not unlike her company’s gorgeous furniture. Previous to this feature, the bedrooms of both her son, Mason, and daughter, Piper, were also featured on Apartment Therapy (check them out and tell us you aren’t inspired post-viewing). Keep up the great, work Traci — we’re proud to call you one of our own! : )
“Oh, how I regret not having worn a bikini for the entire year I was twenty-six.
If anyone young is reading this, go, right this minute, put on a bikini,
and don’t take it off until you’re thirty-four.”
If you’re having a bad day or need an instant pick-me-up, may we suggest checking out @HonestTodder on twitter? It’s wickedly hilarious mystery author writes tweets from the perspective of a two-year-old with an old soul (think Stewie on Family Guy). With over 25,000+ followers on twitter, we have a strong suspicion that a book will be in the works soon (which we’ll pre-order, of course!). On a side note… we can’t talk about twitter without giving ourselves a shameless plug! Check out @FranklinAndBen, @Babyletto, @NWSays for instant updates on new tips, stories and products.
In case you haven’t noticed, the MDB Studio goes weak at the knees for great maternity style. This is why we couldn’t resist a post on Rebecca Minkoff’s cover shoot for Matchbook Magazine’s sixth issue. At seven months pregnant, how fabulous did she look? The designer is equally lovely post-partum, as one can tell by her recent film collaboration with Leandra Medine of the Man Repeller. Minkoff’s bouncy baby boy, Luca, makes a few guest appearances as well. His laugh is enough to make you smile for the rest of the day! Oh Rebecca, we adore you : )