You know how they say, when you love design, a room is never done?
Point and case.
I've been spending a lot of time in the nursery with my daughter lately (we're trying to transition to the big girl room) and I started to re-evaluate her wall decor. The truth is, I kind of slapped it together and moved on...remember the sparkly stars that she coveted as well?!?
Seems a little silly to update the nursery as she will (hopefully) be moving out sooner than later,
but a little change never hurt anyone, right?
Says the design lover in me.
So after a morning spent at the Land of Nod,
I came away with some lovely wall alphabet cards and a bit of inspiration.
I played with the cards; I arranged the cards; I tried with the cards - but nothing seemed quite right.
Finally, I decided that what the room really needed was a different tree - the proportions were really off!
In the end, I found a great tree from Amazon.com
Long story short...
I didn't use the cards at all. I decided less was more and stopped (for now).
I did however, incorporate the leaves, owls, and birds from my first tree,
which made me feel a bit better about starting over.
Anyhoo, getting back to what I was saying in the beginning,
decorating is all about trial and error and it's never done!
This is a concept that I am still trying to teach my husband!
So now the question is, do I keep the cards for the big girl room? Decisions, decisions.
You can find out in the upcoming reveal at the beginning of the new year!