When you find out you’re expecting, creating a beautiful nursery is at the top of the to-do list. While there is no shortage of nursery themes to choose from, many parents today are opting to create gender neutral nurseries. Here’s a look at a few nurseries that caught our eye.   1) Napping in Neutrals- The nursery belongs to a set of twins. Multiple births are becoming much more common. This calming neutral nursery is fit for a prince or princess to share. Designed by: Susan Hutchinson from Fleurishing   

Urban gardens are all the rage right now. With spring here what better time to spend some time  cultivating you very own garden. No space is too small if you use a little creativity. 1) A Calming Retreat – If you don’t have space for a large tree, but want to bring in that element use a tree stump as an end table. To replicate this serene look keep the background foliage simple and add a few subtle pops of color, tie in pillows or poufs. Source 3) What’s The

by Genessa Stange Spring has finally arrived. In addition to spring-cleaning here are a few ideas you can try to spruce up your home. Chalk paint is an easy and simple way to revamp old out of date furniture or to add some charming details to over looked areas of your home. Chalk paint can be applied on just about any surface without stripping or priming furniture.   1) A formal dining chair becomes chic and colorful.  Image Source via ItsBelle 2) Bare Ceilings and walls are now beautiful focal points.     Image

As part of our designer guest post series, I want to introduce you to Mary Meyer, one of our wonderful designers out in New York.  We love Mary’s sharp voice and think you will enjoy some of the quick tips she has picked up from her years helping people upgrade their spaces.  So without further ado, here is Mary. Brandon — Have you ever thought what your apartment looks like to the ladies? Does it lack that umph or worse than that- does it send the ladies screaming for the

Ironing boards are eye-sores.  You take them out when you need them, wait for the metal to get hot-to-the-touch,  then furiously demolish those wrinkles, until everything is nice and flat.  After all of that, it’s back to the hidden cupboard for this 120 year old home staple.  Well, thanks to some keen design eyes, Decor/Aid bring you some ways that you can safely trot out that old board with pride. 1.  Create An Entry Table By The Door                        

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