Nie Nie's house was recently featured in Cookie magazine for its design and functionality for children. See it here. Absolutely darling.
When we get to Missouri (or Kansas, wherever we end up!), I am hoping to give our house a makeover. I'm anxious to do a few things differently and it's not totally unlike her house. Tired of the decor we started with in our first house in Keller and brought with us here to Colorado. I want less rustic, heavy, dark design and instead a fresh, airy, whimsical feel with items found in shops like Anthropologie and the like. Our powder bath here got a taste of this new direction and I'm hoping to continue it throughout the house.
We buy simple, classic pieces of furniture that will transition easily into this move, but lots of artwork will be going.
I'll be starting with a new piece of artwork, ordered a week or so ago and arriving here shortly. I'll post about it soon. So very cute!
A couple of pictures from her house that caught my eye.
And, this. Those fishies are actually Christmas ornaments from Anthropologie. We have a few on our kids' tree. Like this nursery, ours never held a traditional, working baby mobile. Always simple figures like this, attached to a canopy of sorts. For Jack, we had baby birds hanging.
And, after 2.5 years of being boxed up due to our moves, I'm going to re-hang our picture collage as we had it in our hallways of our first house. Such great memories arranged in one focal point. Love what she did below.