With twins, everything requires a bit more planning. My twins completely flipped our lives upside down but they’ve been so much fun. Now that my twins are toddlers, their nursery needed a bit of a re-do. This gorgeous pastel nursery we created for our twins turned out amazing and has all the functionality we were looking for with two active girls.
The gallery wall is one of my favorite ways to decorate and it is definitely a trend with staying power. I love that you can showcase multiple photographs or works of art and it can always evolve as your style changes. Putting one together can be a bit intimidating to some so I am going to share with you a few of my tips for creating a successful gallery wall. It’s really easier than it looks!
This printable unicorn wall art incorporates quotes from, one of my personal favorite children’s author — Roald Dahl. What a fun way to add a pop of color to a little girl’s bedroom.
When it comes to decorating kids’ bedrooms, I like to let their personality shine through as much as I can. For my 4 year old daughter, that means all things bright and shiny . . . or at least pink and purple.
I used to get so overwhelmed at the idea of decorating but now I focus on keeping things simple and including a few great pieces that really tie the room together.
This printable unicorn wall art adds such a fun element to any little girl’s room. I have big plans for my twins’ bedroom that I’m currently working on redecorating in pastel yellows and pinks and these prints are going to be such a great addition.
One of the things my kids look forward to the most is opening the box of Christmas decorations that contains our nativity set. Before you start to assume that my kids are well behaved enough to be trusted around breakable things, you should know that our nativity set includes plastic Little People instead of ceramic figures, and it’s been one of the best holiday purchases we have ever made. Instead of spending the holiday season nagging the kids to stay away from the nativity set because it’s breakable, we can encourage them to actually touch it and take the opportunity to focus on the real story of Christmas by incorporating it into their play.