Sharpen your pencils, dust off your rulers and get ready for school! Although this school year is a little different, it’s still important to prepare your student for success in every subject. From elementary school to senior year, each of those 180 days is equally important.
Creating a nursery for your first child is an unforgettable experience. Every detail of that space is meticulously considered with your child’s safety and comfort in mind. You imagine the people they will grow into in this bedroom. And we love the opportunity to help you build these nurseries! So, when blogger Ayana Lage reached out to us to collaborate on her first baby’s nursery, we were so excited!
Your child changes every day. With every mile-high growth spurt, every new hobby and every life milestone your child evolves. Create a space that grows with your child and always makes them feel at home. Work with your child to achieve a room that helps them express their individuality, and we want to help you get started!
Saying goodbye to that unused home office? Ushering in a new chapter with a renovated space can be exciting, but also overwhelming. We are here to help you build the perfect nursery for your upcoming arrival.
Laming wanted to craft the perfect nursery for Oliver, who just turned one in September. He needs a space that will provide comfort, and grow with him over time. This Summer we launched our Baby collection in collaboration with Burt’s Bees Baby to bring the best for every child. We can’t wait to show you the nursery!
Need inspiration for designing a child’s room? We’ve got you covered with these creative and insightful small kids room design ideas.
Setting up a nursery is one of the many exciting things you’ll do in preparation for baby. That said, picking a theme can feel overwhelming with the thousands of options out there, so we’ve narrowed down some of the most stylish and practical finds for baby’s new space.
Whether your little ones have their own rooms or share with their siblings, we’re here with design tips and tricks to make their rooms a personal getaway.
What’s the first rule of interior design? Know your customer. That’s why we went to the source: eight-year-old Carson to find out what makes her Ashley HomeStore inspired bedroom, “the bomb diggity.”
Impressing us left and right, Natalie Thompson from Deeply Distressed is at it again with her stellar design skills. This time, however, she enlisted the aid of her daughter Endia, and turned her latest project into a bonding moment. The mother/daughter team sought out colors, chose stylish furniture, and not only designed a chic, functional new space, but they created great memories as well.