Did you know that the air in a newly furnished nursery can contain 300 different chemicals—compared to just two right outside the window? Designing a nursery is fun, but it’s important to keep in mind the potential health risks associated with conventional furniture and décor. Healthy Child Healthy World, a national non-profit, has an easy-to-use 30+ page guide for expectant and new parents that covers everything from what chemicals to avoid, working with a budget, online resources, and advice from other mothers. Today, we’re sharing their top tips on how to choose non-toxic nursery furniture.
Take an old dresser from boring to brilliant with an easy chalkboard paint makeover! In a kid’s room, this project is not only fun, it’s also super practical. Help kids organize by labeling drawers (you can even draw pictures for kids too young to read)! For older kids, they can doodle on the dresser and change the look and feel of it whenever the inspiration strikes. We love the endless possibilities! Here’s how to make a DIY chalkboard dresser for kids.
In a 2017 interior design trends survey, more than a third of respondents said they would choose a neutral color palette if redecorating their home. But in addition to choosing the colors for your painting project, you'll also have to choose the right type of paint. Odorless paints have countless benefits over traditional paints, and many of them are unknown to even savvy DIY homeowners. Here are just a few benefits of odorless paints that everyone should know about before purchasing paints for their next project.
Check out our latest nursery design inspiration! Esther from Buy Modern Baby has created a beautiful and cozy nursery, using our Spring Time Green paint as the base color inspiration. She says, “I imagined an old home with lots of architectural detail,” and we love the balance between vintage and modern elements she chose. It’s safe to say Esther has a keen eye for designing beautiful nurseries.
We all know babies have a schedule of their own, so why not create a clock that adapts to their schedule? Inspiration for this super cute and easy project comes from The 36th Avenue (which is an amazing blog containing loads of home decor tips, kid crafts, recipes, and so much more!). Get started with your DIY chalkboard clock by using the tips below.
Are you in the process of decorating your baby’s nursery? Have you thought about doing any DIY projects? DIY nursery decor is a great way to add your own personal touch to your baby’s nursery without breaking the bank. We’re always looking around for adorable, yet simple ideas and today we’re sharing some essentials: 8 affordable DIY nursery projects anyone can do!
More and more parents these days are waiting to find out if their baby is a boy or a girl, but that doesn’t mean you can wait to create the nursery. Creating a gender neutral nursery has become incredibly popular, but how can you do it? We’ve rounded up a few tips to help make the process easy-peasy lemon-squeezy (because you have more important things to worry about!). Decorate a gender neutral nursery with these simple tips.
Did you have a playhouse when you were a kid? If you didn’t we can bet you probably would have loved one and we’re sure your child would love one, too! Today we’re sharing some basic tips for building and painting a child’s playhouse, as well as creative inspiration for making it one-of-a-kind.
We're super excited to announce Lullaby Paints has been chosen by Baby Maternity Magazine as both the 2014 Eco-Friendly Product of the Year and as a 2014 Top Choice of the Year in the Room Decor for Babies and Toddlers category! Baby Maternity Magazine is a national publication that provides new moms and moms-to-be with the latest information on all things baby. Included in each issue are wonderful product reviews to help new moms decide what they need at this very exciting time of their lives.
Do you need some inspiration for your child’s playroom? Whether you have a little space and a lot of money or a lot of space and a little money, paint can transform any boring, old room into a whimsical space for your child. Check out these clever kids’ playroom ideas for any budget that use paint in the most creative ways.