Nursery or child's room art from Kirkland's

Sunday, February 23, 2014

I am blogging on the long road trip to Florida. Sunshine, here we come!

So many of my friends are having babies so I thought it would be fun to source nursery art from an unusual source-Kirkland's.  Kirkland's is one of my go to sources for family room, bedroom, and dining room art aka "Adult rooms" but they have some fun pieces for a little boy or girl's room too.


Metal Daisy Wall Plaques


Vibrant Floral Canvas Oil Painting

Blue or Green Wall panels hook

Butterfly Love Canvas Art Print

Docked Boats on the Water Birchwood Art Print

Comic Book Wall Plaques

Vacation Wall Art

Friday, February 21, 2014

I love to use art in my home that is personal to my family as I think that helps make our house a home. I am a big fan of Albie Design's. I would love the Washington DC, San Diego and the San Fran prints. 

I found a similar style of prints at Ikea of Paris and London which were some of our favorite vacations.

Poster, set of 3, London, Paris, New York

Do you have any travel prints in your home from vacations?  Or vacations you are dreaming about?

Our lighting family

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Meet the newest member of our lighting family...

And while we are focusing on the living room, don't our Kirkland's mirrors look an awful like these from Restoration Hardware?



I am so glad that Handsome Hubby (he's smart and thrifty too!) found our mirrors on clearance! They were $1400 less!

Update to Christina's Front Room

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Happy Sunday to you!  I am so excited because the Handsome Hubby is currently installing our new ceiling fan.  Yay!  No more boob light!

While we were all snowed in, we had dinner at Christina's house and were hanging out in her Front Room.  She mentioned that she really wanted grey walls instead of the teal that I suggested.  I updated the board and swapped the paint color, curtains and pendant light.

Here's a mini update for her dining room.  Christina already has  a gorgeous dining room, all we needed was paint, curtain and some accessories to tie it to the adjoining Front Room.