Going with bold florals in the nursery is still very much on trend, but if you want to be a little more low-key with it, a beautiful print like this Floral Alphabet from Watersounds by Sarah Abbott.
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I first spotted these at Whole Foods, and having just purchased play-dough accessories, these really jumped out at me. Quality plastic tools and molds from recycled materials will be a huge gift hit this season! Each uniquely themed set comes with 3 tubs of dough made from organic flour manufactured in a food safe facility.
The basic package is the farm themed Tools Essentials set for $20.
Then there are four additional sets for $25 each including the Cake Maker,
and Flower Maker.
You can also purchase packs of additional dough.
Green Toys has always been a gifting favorite of mine, and these are great new additional choices that are full of fun.
The bold, girly trend showing up more and more in modern nurseries this year is oversized florals. This really does make decorating the nursery simple. You just keep things basic and let the walls do all the talking.
This Floral Pastel Nursery on 100 Layer Cake-let is incredible with one hand-painted feature wall.
Lillya’s Nursery from Monkia Hibbs is wrapped in magnificent wallpaper.
Heather Sartain posted this amazing wallpaper and crib combo on Instagram.
Even without expensive wallpaper or artistic talent, there are some beautiful large scale floral wall decals from Urban Walls that make it easy to achieve this dynamic look. Try Vintage Floral…
What do you think? Have you found any other great examples of the large scale floral trend?
A Maude Toy Box in Brown? Yes, please!
And that’s not the only exclusive– how about a Riley Page Toy Box in neutral. Awesome!
Or in Pink!
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