Hello nursery, it’s been a while.
We love creating beautiful spaces for the tiniest people so we were happy to be asked by one of our suppliers to style the nursery for her baby girl on the way.
White Moss Decor works with artisans to hand craft genuine products, in beautiful natural materials. She asked us to create this nursery combining her products with a few of our old time favorite and some more bold and boho picks.
Some time off also gives us the opportunity to look back over the past year and all the amazing projects that we had the chance to do. In a series of Way Back Wednesdays, we want to share a few older projects with you that still put a smile on our face.
The summer holiday might be the perfect time to take on a little styling project. Last February we redid the curtains in the boys room with a DIY and we would like to share it with you again.
We have had a lot of bunny’s this spring as a run up to this happy holiday. As the kids will be off school and able to enjoy the beach before it heats up again, we will be working on some amazing projects that you will see more of later on this blog and on Instagram.
We’re looking forward this weekend to the traditional egg-hunt, protein filled breakfast and lots of chocolate. As a true Dutchie and sister of a florist I could not resist to bring some seasonal flower decorations into the home.
The dip dye trend reminds us of the DIY t-shirts that we made in the late ’80’s. Back then, we certainly did not have the patience and approach (not to mention style) that we have developed over the years to make a piece of cloth dipped in a big bowl of paint look good.
Recently we came across this trend again and decided to give it another try. This time not on our old white tee but on the curtains in the boys room. We thought they could use a funked up version to add a bit of boho to their overall crisp Scandi room.
Although our style has hopefully changed, the method of dip dye has not. It’s easy but does require the right materials.