ditto :: the top 7 ditto-worthy ideas for your nursery
Monday, July 23, 2012 by {darlene}

Remember when I had baby on the brain??

Well, it is official! Last Friday I became an Aunt!

….Auntie Dar! Nice ring to it, right??

Okay, okay! Geesh. Pushy, pushy people. Alright already.

Here is a picture of the gorgeous guy:

Aidan James

Be jealous. I spent the weekend holding this brand new sweet life. He is SUCH an angel-baby.

Now.

Crazies like me are inspired to decorate at every turn of life.  Including the birth of gorgeous babies. Including becoming an Aunt. Including watching your baby sister become a great mother.

And, while sweet Aidan dreams of snuggles and milk, I am busy thinking up gorgeous nursery combos.

Calls for Ditto-ing, doesn’t it?? Well, I have just what the pediatrician ordered:

7 amazing, easily ditto-able ideas to add to a sweet-new-baby’s room.

nursery ditto-worthy

ditto-worthy idea one:

A touch of circus: Canopy striped roman shades.  Circus prints in square frames.

ditto-worthy idea two:

Is this the CUTEST sign or what? {yes, yes. I know that cute is my “don’t buy” word. But truly… it does not count for nurseries. Don’t you agree???} This sign would be easily ditto-able in any font. It’s the message that steals the show.

ditto-worthy idea three:

Go French glam: a chandy. An artsy display of faded color photos. And, the best yet… flanking the crib with antique, French chairs.

ditto-worthy idea four:

vintage cards hung on the wall. An antique dresser for a changing table. An adorable and easy DIY mobile.

nursery ditto-worthy

ditto-worthy idea five:

gorgeous ceiling-to-floor drapes in the nursery. With a stunning custom valance.

ditto-worthy idea six:

A whole-gorgeous-mess ‘o pom-poms, in analogous colors, hovering {securely} over sweet-one’s head.

ditto-worthy idea seven:

Poking christmas lights through a canvas, to make the prettiest mood lighting seen since light brights. Swirls would be pretty. Or a fun chinoiserie pattern. How ’bout it?

 

I hope you are inspired to add some simple beauty to the nursery in your life!

Which ditto-worthy idea is your favorite? Do tell!!!

 

 

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images: {1. David Scott Interiors, 2. avail. via Sycamore Street Press, 3. by Susanna Salk in Room for Children, 4. via Parents Magazine, 5. by Liz Williams Interiors via Atlanta Homes Magazine 6. image via here, from Fieldstone Hill on Pinterest, 7. via apartment therapy.}

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8 Comments

  • Congratulations on becoming an auntie! Isn’t it the greatest? I already am Aunt Sissy to a sweet 4 year old boy, but just a few weeks ago he became a big brother to twins – boy and girl! I am over the top giddy with joy!
    Enjoy your little cutie!

  • Congratulations to your sis on her new little guy and to you on being an auntie! He’s adorable and I’d love a chance to snuggle him. I don’t know if I’ll have any more babies and I so miss rocking them to sleep!

  • I am loving those antique French chairs flanking that crib, plus how fun is that twinkly light canvas! My girls would be all over that. :-)

  • Lucky is this little boy to have you as his very own personal designer Auntie Dar! I’m loving the twinkle light “Lite-Brite’ concept. We already have twinkle lights in antique jars scattered throughout the house. I’ll be making the canvas one tonight for sure.

  • So cute…my son is named Aidan James too.:)

  • I love the sign most of all. Very, very sleepy…

  • Darlene, CONGRATULATIONS! He is deeeelicious. Enjoy your beautiful new nephew!
    I love the tissue paper pom poms en masse, and the twinkly lights – how sweet would that be when you’re rocking a bambino to sleep? Oh I miss those days…

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