If you didn’t know it already, we LOVE wall art and we love seeing all the creative ways that people use Lullaby Paints! Our non-toxic* paints let you focus on the creative side of things (instead of worrying about toxic VOCs), so you can let your imagination run wild and make your home absolutely amazing! That’s exactly what Supriya did and she shared it with the world on her blog, Wading Through Soup. She shows how she painted a DIY Birch tree mural using Lullaby Paints chalkboard paint that was actually left over from painting an entire wall. What an absolutely brilliant idea for using up your paint!
Here’s a simple design fact: Gender neutral nurseries do not have to be boring beige (unless you love beige, of course!). Yes, it’s true – color does not have to absent for a room to remain gender neutral. Below you’ll find some great examples of gender neutral nurseries with a lot of personality that don’t knock you over the head with whether it’s for a boy or girl. The only obvious fact is that they are beautiful rooms with very lucky kids that get to grow up in them! Check out these gender neutral nurseries featuring bright colors.
There are many facts of life and one of them is kids grow. And grow. And grow. And, as they grow in height and size, their personalities and tastes change, too. If you want to avoid repainting and replacing almost everything in the room every few years, you need to design bedrooms that grow with your child. Today we're sharing expert advice and inspiration from Houzz, as well as a giveaway of Lullaby Paints, so you can make your flexible space a reality!
When you close your eyes and think of a yellow nursery you might picture a room so bright that it’s hard to imagine your baby actually getting any sleep in it. This was the case for Esther of Buy Modern Baby who says, “I generally stay away from yellow. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with it, I just had an overdose of yellow a few years back. We moved into this house when I was 6 months pregnant. It was clean and move-in ready, but all the walls throughout (minus the bedrooms and bathrooms) were painted a sunny yellow. It was a bright shade that made it look like the morning sun was shining right in, even on a cloudy day, but it was impossible to decorate around.”
You’re probably familiar with the offensive odor and fumes that come from a can of conventional paint. That smell is caused by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and beyond being stinky, they’re also linked to nasty health impacts. October is National Home Indoor Air Quality Action & Awareness Month and it just so happens that paints can be a major source of indoor air pollution. Clearly it can be an issue anywhere in your home, but today we’re focusing on the nursery because babies are the most vulnerable to toxic exposures. Here’s what you need to know about how paint impacts the air in your nursery (for longer than you think).
When we were young, stores had just one little aisle devoted to Halloween costumes and decor. Today, huge sections are devoted to the holiday with decorations ranging from small indoor knick-knacks to the humongous, blow-up monstrosities (pun intended!) that can take up your whole yard. It’s great to have options, but we think hands down that handmade is always the best. That’s why today we’re sharing 13 chalkboard paint ideas for Halloween. You’ll find inspiration for outdoor displays, indoor decorations, and fun things for the kids to do with you too! So, skip the store for this season’s best decorating and use Lullaby Paints Chalkboard Paint to make your own unique, spooktacular creations!
Gone is the notion that the nursery needs to be painted just one color. Today’s nursery walls are an exhibition of endless creativity featuring stripes, animal prints, patterns, murals, and more! And you don’t have to be an expert or artist to execute this idea – there are tons of tutorials out there to help guide you. Ready for some inspiration? Check out these 15 fabulously creative painted nurseries that can help you take your child's room from boring to brilliant.
As all moms know, everything gets a little bit more challenging when you're pregnant – especially if you also have another little one or two to take care of. So, the last thing you probably want to do is hang out in hardware or home improvement stores. Or, even worse, lug paint cans from the store to your car (or bus) and then home. Still, you probably want to paint the nursery or spruce your nest up somehow, so what's the easiest way to buy paint when you're pregnant? It's simple – shop online.
Check out the newest nursery design inspiration from Esther of Buy Modern Baby! She chose Summer Coral, one of Lullaby Paints’ new shades exclusive to the Project Nursery shop, and used it as the backdrop to her latest design creation. She says, “I’ve got two boys and I’m not super ‘girly’ anyway, so pink is always a challenge for me. Fortunately, Summer Coral isn’t really ‘pink’ even though it functions like a shade of pink with a cozy, feminine feel.” Using textiles with traditional Native American patterns, light Maple furnishings, and pops of color such as copper, black, blue, and brown results in a room with eclectic elegance.
Designing a nursery is a big project and knowing that the space has to be shared by two adorable little munchkins (either twins or siblings) may seem like an impossible endeavor – but we have a few clever ideas that should make it a bit easier. We can’t help with the challenges of staggered bedtimes or night-waking or sibling rivalry, but we can certainly help the space look beautiful and function well! Here’s how to design and organize a shared nursery.