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You’re Going to Fall in Love With Zara Home’s New Kids Collection

If you’re not already a fan of Zara Home, prepare to seriously fall for the affordable home décor line.

Zara Home recently unveiled their charming new collection for kids and it’s dreamy as could be. Full of modern elements (plenty of Scandinavian touches), blush neutrals and soft blues, and understated patterns like florals and polka dots, the series also features subtle odes to classic, storybook creatures.

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These pictures have me dreaming of a playroom for Scarlett.

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9 Nursery Must-Haves + a Tour of Scarlett’s Room

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Somehow we’ve been living in our new home for around 8 months and yet, I haven’t shared a tour of Scarlett’s nursery. I’m about to correct that today, because we’re finally revealing a look at Scarlett’s nursery! We’ll call it the official nursery tour of the new home.

We’ve been so lucky to be able to keep Scarlett’s nursery pretty consistent between the moves – here’s the original; she’s a great sleeper and hasn’t ever tried to climb out of her crib, so the plan is to let her stay in the crib just a little bit longer. I know she’s safe, and she sleeps so well in there.

With the color scheme, we stuck with black, white, gold, grey, white, and soft pops of pink. I figure, once we finally convert her to a “big girl” room (crying just thinking about it!), we’ll let her choose the colors and theme. All signs point to pink. Lots and lots of pink.

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And now that we’ve used Scarlett’s nursery, in one house or another, for over two years, I’m happy to report what things we’ve loved and used, and what’s kept us organized as she continues to grow. There are so many products out there, and planning a new nursery can feel overwhelming. Well rest-assured, you can skip some of that trial-and-error, and check out our 9 nursery must-haves and a tour of our baby girls room!

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NURSERY MUST-HAVES:

| 1. A system to keep the clothing sizes organized. I really like keeping two large clear plastic storage buckets in Scarlett’s closet, one that I can toss clothes that no longer fit her into, and one that I can put new clothes that don’t quite fit her yet into. Babies grow fast, and they’re constantly growing out of sizes. It can get messy and confusing trying to sort out what doesn’t fit, so if something doesn’t fit, I just fold it up and toss it in the “too small” bucket. When I have the time, and the bucket is pretty full, I label it (i.e., sizes 12-24 months), put the lid on it, and put it into our attic for storage. I also like having a bucket for the next size(s), because I’m always buying cute things that I see here and there in larger sizes, and Scarlett’s many Grandmas are always sending outfits as well. Once Scarlett is ready to wear the new size, I have everything ready and waiting in the bucket in her closet. Trust me, this makes everything so much easier.

| 2. A changing station. It is lightyears easier to have a dedicated diaper changing set-up. The top drawer of the dresser we use has all of the essentials – wipes, diapers, and diaper cream.

| 3. A Diaper Genie. I’ll admit, when registering for the first time, I wasn’t sure why a Diaper Genie was all that necessary. You could realistically throw the dirty diapers into a garbage pin in the room. But let me tell you, you’ll find out fast just how unpleasant even a couple of diapers left sitting can smell. A Diaper Genie is essential for a sweet smelling nursery, the pails and coordinating refills lock in odors and germs, clean-up is a breeze, and the new Diaper Genie Expressions covers are totally adorable, so the pail is stylish too. (The customizable designs were made to match your nursery décor and you can choose from five colors; Grey Clovers, Pink Starburst, Pink & grey, Blue Knit and Blue Tile.) This is one of my favorite things to recommend for new parents.

| 4. A Glider. I went back and forth on this one. Gliders are not inexpensive, and I wasn’t quite sure what all of that fuss was about. Now that we’ve been using ours for well over two years, I get what all of the hype is about. I loved holding her as a baby in that chair, feeding her there, rocking her to sleep; and now, we climb in together and read books, I can sit there comfortable and work when she’s playing in her room, and she sits there on her own, “reading” to her dolls.

| 5. A waterproof sheet liner for the mattress. Know this, there will be blowouts, there will be accidents. Protect the mattress and save your sanity. If you’ve got a waterproof liner under there, and an accident happens, your mattress is saved, and all you have to do is pull off the sheets and throw them in the wash.

| 6. Baskets, bins, and cubbies to keep your little one organized. The older Scarlett gets, the more we try to encourage her to clean up after playing. Usually her motivation to clean up only lasts for about a handful of toys or books, but giving her wide open bins and buckets to drop things in has really helped to encourage clean up.

| 7. Books, books, and more books. We read at least one or two books before every nap and at bedtime and it’s made her such a lover of books. I love watching her repeat the words with me, touch and point out the colors on the pages, and request her favorites again and again.

| 8. Black-out curtains. I have no idea why we didn’t discover the magic of black-out curtains until this most recent move, but now that we know, we’re never going back. I pull the black-out curtains shut during the afternoon to block out a lot of the daylight for nap time, and in the morning, as the sun is coming up, they’re a lifesaver for blocking most of that bright morning light that would otherwise wake her up like a rooster at 5am. There are actually so many cute options at Target too; so don’t feel limited to boring dark curtains. Scarlett’s striped curtains are 100% black-out and are from Target’s Pillowfort line.

| 9. | A baby monitor. Whether you go for the walkie talkie style (which work just fine!) or a fancy digital version (some even have apps where you can watch your little one from your phone), a baby monitor gave us SO much piece of mind. We’ve tried and loved both kinds for different reasons, and even travel with our audio baby monitor to this day. Scarlett also wore a heart monitor her first several months of life because of some health issues, and that gave me an extra layer of piece of mind that I loved. There are actually monitors to track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels that are now available in major retailers like Target; which I think is amazing. Technology is amazing, isn’t it?

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What are your nursery must-haves? Anything you’ve found to be essential in your little one’s room?

Get the Look: Mid-Century Bookcase: DwellStudio | Mid-Century Crib and Dresser: DwellStudio via AllModern | Blabla Knit Dolls: Layla Grace | Quilt: Handmade by my Mom | Emily + Merritt Wardrobe Rack: PB Teen | Glider Arm Chair and Ottoman: AllModern | Gold Prints: Lindsay Letters | Pink Velvet Hangers: Amazon | Gold Sequin Hanger: Pearls and Pastries | Hand-painted Announcement Chalkboard: Beth + Borrow | Hottsie Dottsie Fitted Crib Sheet: Cotton Tale Designs | In Bloom Book Collection: Rifle Paper Co. | Intaglio Dresser: Anthropologie | Gold Star Sequin Pillow: PBTeen | Metallic Pandan Bins: Serena & Lily | Pebble Pure Crib Mattress: Layla Grace | Hamper: HomeGoods | Light Blocking Striped Curtain Panel: Target | Sneakers: Converse | Huarache Sandals: TargetDiaper Genie + Diaper Genie Expressions covers | Souk Wool Rug: West Elm

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Cult Films as Posters

Hubby and I have long been film junkies. Admittedly, as parents, we have WAY less time to get out and see films when they actually come out, but we still get pretty excited about movies. Jordan Bolton is a photographic poster artist (how cool is that?), and recently paid tribute to cult classics by creating a series of posters dedicated to some pretty great movies.

Each of poster layout takes Jordan about three weeks to put together using up to 100 different life-size objects. The result is pretty stunning. I’m thinking one of these framed in an office or relaxed living room or media room would look incredibly cool.

You can find all of Jordan’s amazing cult film posters in his Etsy shop, Jordan Bolton Design.

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A Simple Modern Design Upgrade: The Round Mirror

Now that we’re totally moved in (well, with the exception of a few craft and miscellaneous boxes that occasionally give me side-eye from the corner of our upstairs loft), I’m always looking for small and simple ways to add design upgrades here and there. The goal is to add style and charm, without having to buy an expensive piece of furniture or embark on another big DIY project (#guilty).

A simple modern design upgrade is a round mirror. The round mirror can work in so many different rooms: an often forgot about entryway, a bathroom, over a bed in a bedroom or in a nursery, in the living room, even in a kitchen.

Now let’s break it down …

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Why do round mirrors look so AWESOME?

Mirrors in particular are often used in interiors to make a space brighter and appear more open; and while rectangular mirrors are a more traditional staple, round mirrors stand out and make a stunning visual contrast. Most objects in design are square or rectangular, so a round shape placed in a room fosters that visual shift. Think about it, a round mirror over a rectangular desk or rectangular-backed sofa makes a striking statement.

I’m particularly fond of the round mirror in an entryway or in place of the conventional rectangular bathroom mirror above a sink, but truly, the round mirror is stunning just about anywhere it’s placed. Because round mirrors have become so popular in interior design, you can find a great round mirror in every price range. I actually stumbled upon this round mirror in Target the other day and it is totally beautiful in person (and a total steal!) This round mirror from Urban Outfitters, while a little pricier, is still a bargain considering how big it is; i.e., it would look awesome over a sofa, in an entryway with a lot of negative space, or in a large living room.

 

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How Often Do You Update Your Bedding?

It wasn’t until just the other day – you know, since we’ve been homebound for going on five days thanks to the snowpocalypse – when I stumbled upon this utterly gorgeous, yet surprisingly simple white pom pom fringe bedding, that I realized I hadn’t changed the “look” of our master bedroom bedding in years.

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We’ve had the same white pintuck West Elm duvet since we were married, and though I love it, it’s starting to look a bit lackluster, and well, plain. And while I love plain-ish when it comes to our bedding — seriously, you’d be amazed at how quickly you’ll fall in love with white bedding; it can always be bleached — even white fabric gets tired after the millionth wash. My devotion to white bedding is pretty unwavering, but it may be time for a new set.

(By the way → 7 tips for creating the perfect white bedroom.)

It got me thinking: how often do you update your bedding? Do you have different sets for different seasons? Do you switch out the throw pillows and blankets with new seasons? Do you mix in patterns and colors?

Or do you splurge and buy yourself a new bed set every few years? How do you decide it’s time for a new bedding set? And why do we neglect our poor beds, though we’ll happily splurge on a new outfit for events and the like?

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And most importantly, do you love this pom pom fringe bedding as much as I do? And should I go for it? I’m thinking my bed deserves a little TLC right about now.

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How to Transition Your Décor From the Holidays to New Year’s Eve

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We decorated our living room for the holidays, and I am so excited to share it with you!

Since moving into our new house, and after a bit of debate, painting our brick fireplace white, the fireplace and mantle has become the focal point of our living room. Because our living room is so white, I wanted to bring in a bit of warmth, with a clean, rustic feel for the holiday season.

There is a huge variety of  holiday décor available at Lowe’s, and I honestly had the hardest time narrowing down my picks. The holiday living candles and ornaments, the holiday signs, the stockings, even the occasion wrapping paper was gorgeous.

I decided to bring in elements from nature to really bring the look to life. Foraging for greenery was so much fun with Scarlett, though she mostly handed me dirt and twigs. I love involving her in all of the fun holiday traditions, including the decorating itself, even at an early age.

Take a look at how we decorated our living room and how we transitioned the décor for the holiday season, and be sure to let me know what you think in the comments and on social media (@glitterinclexi)!

 

How to Transition Your Décor From the Holidays to New Year’s Eve:

As for our living room décor, the challenge was finding and using pieces to create a holiday look that could work in two ways: one for the holidays and one for the New Year. The beauty of so many of the holiday décor products at Lowe’s was that they really could be pulled into both holiday and new year displays; which is great, because really, who wants to have to buy a whole new set of décor for a holidays just days apart? I chose a mostly neutral palette with metallics sprinkled in (gold, silver, and copper) … yep, I’m a total creature of habit; a.k.a., glitter is my fave.

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Hubby found these little pinecones that look like rosebuds and as you may have caught on Snapchat → glitterinclexi or my Instagram Story, I went spray paint crazy and covered them in gold spray paint. They were the perfect touch.

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The holiday living candles and candle holders, votives, snowflake Christmas stockings, and holiday living ball ornaments were all gorgeous find from Lowe’s.

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We set up a little hot chocolate station, because no holiday gathering is complete without hot chocolate. (You can see how we upgrade instant hot cocoa here.)

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I will forever be a fan of the giant campfire marshmallows.

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We also set up a cozy spot to lounge.

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And of course, presents. I snagged two rolls of that gold glitter occasion wrapping paper because I loved it so much.

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Isn’t that little porcupine ornament the cutest?

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To transition the space for New Year’s Eve, we took down some of the more traditionally “holiday” elements like the stockings and presents, and added a few fun celebratory New Year’s Eve pieces, like a clock, disco balls, stars, and a New Year sign.

First up was a fun and fast DIY.

Using numbers from either a craft store or house numbers from Lowe’s, spray-paint those gold, glue a twine knot to the back of each number, hammer four nails into the front of your board, and once the glue is dry, hang your 2-0-1-7 numbers onto your board. The best part about this simple DIY is that you can easily buy a new number to change up the year. (I bought a number “8” for next year as well.)

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How cute is that?

 

Of course, in true New Year’s fashion, there had to be stars. These paper door hanger stars from Lowe’s were one of my favorite purchases and I’m already imagining other ways to use them. I just replaced my stockings with the stars on the fireplace mantle stocking hooks.

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The more sparkles and disco balls, the better.

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We replaced the hot chocolate setup with a champagne station to toast the new year.

The “Cheers” sign, gold tray, and coasters were all from Lowe’s.

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I’m not sure which setup I adore more. I love that the New Year’s space had such a glamorous twist, while still feeling cozy and warm, but when I first decorated for the holidays it really felt like THE HOLIDAYS, and I love that excitement leading up to all of the festivities.

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The best New Year’s parties are the ones where you get to kick off your heels.

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Do you decorate your home for both the holidays and the new year? Show me your décor: let me know in the comments or tag me in your creations (@glitterinclexi) when you share to social media!

Photos by Annie Watts Photography


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