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A Nursery Tour

As baby boy will be crashing in mommy and daddy’s room for a while, his nursery isn’t exactly complete, but it’s close! Without further ado, here’s a little tour of what I like to call the “woodland chic” nursery!


Crib side

Fox print





Changing corner


Orange fox


Cozy corner


Crib and mobile


Nursery Details

Crib: Babyletto “Modo” (Amazon)

Crib quilt: “Nature Trail” Baby Quilt (Land of Nod)

Crib bedding: Circo “Clouds” fitted crib sheet (Target)

Changing dresser: DaVinci “Perse” Changer (Amazon) // For the record, we do NOT recommend this product as it’s very cheaply made and a complete PAIN to put together. It certainly looks nice, but looks can be deceiving… We’ll see how long it lasts.

Chair: Hudson “Swoop” Arm Chair (Target)

Lamp: Small Metallic Gold-Plated Ceramic Base (Target)

Mirror: Square “Antique Coffee” finish (Target)

Rug: Safavieh Trellis Shag (Amazon)

Swing: Fisher Price “Rainforest Friends” (Amazon)

Bookshelves: Wall-mounted picture ledge (Target)

Adventure sign: Etsy Shop WoodenThatBeSomethin

Crib mobile: Etsy Shop PalomaEsono

Fox and botanical prints: Etsy Shop EvaJuliet

Tibetan-style flags: Handcrafted in college by yours truly 🙂

My favorite piece is definitely the precious fox and owl mobile — handmade in Toulouse, France! One can find some real gems on Etsy. I really love the pops of green and orange in this room, too. We didn’t want to paint the walls, since the light grey is such a nice neutral, so we’re using bits of color here and there to brighten up the room and make it feel cozy and welcoming.

What do you think? 🙂

xo Cassie

Organize with Style

Sigh, yet another dreary winter day. More clouds, more rain, and more fog. It was most certainly a stay-indoors-at-all-costs kind of day.

I spent the afternoon sifting through a few old “junk boxes” that I’d come across during last week’s office closet overhaul. It was actually quite fun to find homes for what turned out NOT to be junk. Oil paints and brushes, beautiful stationary leftover from our wedding, fabric swatches from my college fibers course, gift bags and tags, various rolls of tape, spray paint, etc.

In an effort to “beautify” my craft stuff, I organized things using beautiful canvas-wrapped boxes with lids from Target. Threshold brand, I believe. The boxes (along with a vintage hat box) are stacked nicely next to my desk in our newly-designed office. A fun hexagonal box now houses dozens of oil paints — patiently awaiting that surge of inspiration that I’m hoping for!

Organize in style with these fabric boxes from Target!

Organize with style with these fabric boxes from Target!

Organize with style with fun cardboard boxes!

In other news, our first produce box from Papa Spud’s just arrived, so I’m headed downstairs to check out what goodies we’ve received!

xo Cassie

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