New Nightlights from Modern Moose

Modern Moose just added these new nightlights to their fun collection of kids decor pieces.

They are starting with these six designs, but if their collection of clocks is any indication, there will be a lot more in the future.

Modern Moose Nightlights

The battery powered LED nightlights are about 9.5 inches high and retail for $44.

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My Modern Nursery #69: Robot March Sponsored by Little Auggie and Giveaway Winner

I’m glad so many of you loved the Robot March bedding from Little Auggie and all the other wonderful bedding options on their site.

The lucky winner of the Robot March Crib Sheet, Painted Stripe Grey Crib Skirt and Robot March Printed Quilt is…. Nancy D.!  Congratulations Nancy!  I’ll be emailing you to get all your information later today.

Using Robot March bedding as inspiration, I came up with this latest nursery board.

1- Robot Print 11×14- $40
S is for Spaceship 8×10 print from Finny and Zook- $14
Outnumbered IV Modern Wall Clock from All 15 Designs (granite)- $58
2- Saucer Lamp– $270
3- Robot March crib bedding from Little Auggie- Sheet $45, Skirt $63
4- Nursery Works Loom Crib– $600
5- Zoom Nightlight– $25
Ada White Table Lamp– $60
Micro Cubebot Set from Areaware by David Weeks- $60
6- Moda Six-Drawer Dresser from Room & Board- $1200
7- Grano Glider Recliner from Monte Design- $1200
Lulu Grey Stripe Lumbar Pillow Cover from My Pillow Studio- $10
8- Yellow and Grey Fluf Landscape Floor Bins– $36 each
9- Olin Grey Rug from Crate & Barrel 8′ x 10′- $300
10- Rocket Ship Play Tent– $190

Thanks to Little Auggie for sponsoring this nursery design and letting me play around with the Robot March bedding collection.  The robots are fun to work with but I could just as easily have ignored them completely and just used the pattern to add a hint of color in a gray nursery.

So what do you think?  Does it need more robots, less robots or did we get it just right?

Giveaway: Robot March Crib Set from Little Auggie

Little Auggie has been a welcome addition on the baby bedding scene.  Their patterns are cute without being cutesy and simple without being boring.  They are just the right combination of sweet and sophisticated to suit your modern nursery.

The days of matching crib sets are pretty much over, so their mix and match a la carte selections mean you can buy just what you like and nothing you don’t need.

One of Little Auggie’s most popular patterns is Robot March and they are giving BuyModernBaby readers an opportunity to win the pieces pictured below.

The giveaway winner will receive a Robot March Crib Sheet, a Painted Stripe Grey Crib Skirt and a Robot March Printed Quilt.  The retail value of the prize package is $233.

Enter to win via the rafflecopter app below.  You must leave a comment telling us what other Little Auggie item would make it on your wish list.  There are a few additional entry methods you can take advantage of to increase your odds of winning.

This sweepstakes is open to US resident over the age of 18.  It starts right now and ends June 16th, 2013 at midnight.

Thanks to our friends at Little Auggie for sponsoring this fun and generous giveaway and good luck to you!

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They Posted These So I Don’t Have To

These are some of my favorite posts from around the web this past week– some great posts on some amazing blogs.

First, Baby Charlotte’s Modern Nursery is a must-see nursery tour on On to Baby.  It’s simple, clean, modern and super-sweet.

I love Famille Summerbelle’s New Collection: The Performers as seen on Kenziepoo.  Take a look at the bright prints and cushions.  Even the mugs are kinda tempting.

While I had been following the progress of this collection on Instagram, Bloesem Kids got the scoop on these New Art Dolls by KLT:works.  This cast of quirky characters is now available on etsy.

The Scallops Wall Tiles by Jim Houser from Blik would be perfect for my Navy Nautical Nursery.  Simply Grove posted a picture of it this week and it caught my eye right away. (you may also like the Amps wall tiles)

Finally, you can’t go wrong with plush robots, so I liked the EBK Robots on Babyccino Kids Blog.  These guys are handmade in the US and come in plenty of bright colors.

Feel free to add links to some of your favorite posts in the comments as well.  Have a wonderful weekend!

29 Jul 2011, 8:00am
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They Posted These So I Don’t Have To

These are some of my favorite posts from around the web this past week.

Smaller, the Small Magazine blog, posted this photo of Henrietta Swift’s Light Up Your Mood Light Switch Stickers.  These are just too fun not to share.  I’ve seen them before, but this display really makes me anxious to see them more widely available (or dare I suggest a DIY?!).

Babyology posted a fabulous 3 part series about “The Dashing Debonair and Crafty Fox”.  Loved it.  See part 1, part 2 and part 3 for tons of foxy products.

This list of Ten Creative Ways to Display Children’s Art on With Two Cats is wonderfully comprehensive and full of inspiration.

Bloesem Kids shared this amazing Kids room inspiration from France.  I love to see ideas that get us to think differently about our spaces.

Last but not least, this Robot Nursery on the itsy factor is adorable and totally fun.  My nephew would love it as he’s into robots right now 🙂

Feel free to share any other exceptional posts you found last week.  Have a wonderful weekend.

Etsy Find: Little Korboose

I’ve had Little Korboose on my list to show you for a while now, and I hope you love them as much as I.

My top favorite Little Korboose products are the stuffed pillows.  You can find a little pillow ($25) to suit almost any nursery.

The Alphabet Poster is charming as well.  You can get it framed for $65 or unframed for $25, and it also comes in a blue/green color scheme.

The screen printed wall art and canvases are incredibly sweet.  I’m trying to think of someplace to use them myself.

I also want to point out the star garland.  It’s a really unique and lovely and would go well anywhere ($18).

Be sure to visit Little Korboose and see all the items they have to offer.

22 Dec 2010, 10:39pm
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Robot Matryoshkas

I found these Robot Matryoshkas (nesting dolls) and they’re so cool I had to share.

If you’re interested in more “Matryokshka Madness,” the blog “if it’s hip, it’s here” already did a great post with all kinds of matryoshkas so I don’t have to.


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