An array of eye-catching garlands and clips let you customize our tulle canopy to create the perfect look.
Design a dreamy sleep space with a well-placed mirror – or three!
Ambient lighting provides the primary illumination in a room and should be evenly diffused to minimize shadows and glare.
Add a fun dimension to a boy's room with decorative wall painting or decals.
A little creative inspiration can bring a lot of fun and personality to the walls of your baby girl's nursery.
With just a brush, paint and some creative inspiration, you can transform your baby's nursery into a whimsical space sure to spark his imagination.
Make your daughter's room one of a kind by getting creative with the walls.
In a kids' bathroom, the emphasis is rarely on creating a feeling of tranquility.
Color gives a boy's bedroom personality and brings together all of its decorative elements.
Deciding on colors is one of the most enjoyable parts of designing a girl's bedroom.
Blue is a great color choice for a boy's nursery, but it's far from being the only choice.
When you're designing a nursery for a baby girl, pink is always a beautiful choice, but there are countless options beyond pink, too.
If you're waiting to find out the sex of your baby, there are still many ways you can use color when you're designing your nursery.
In a shared nursery, smart organization and efficient use of space are key to creating a room that's easy to use and fun to spend time in.
If you're waiting to find out the sex of your baby, you can still design a warm and welcoming nursery before you give birth.
One of the keys to keeping the bathroom feeling clean and welcoming is to make sure it's well organized.
Well-planned storage systems are key to keeping baby gear organized and accessible in your nursery.
When choosing furniture for the nursery, keep in mind that it will have a big impact on the room's style, setting the tone for a contemporary, classic, whimsical or vintage-inspired space.
Personalizing your daughter's nursery is a wonderful way to celebrate her arrival.
Personalizing the nursery is a wonderful way to prepare for your babies' arrival.
Nearly every bedroom needs a bed, a bedside table and a dresser.
A boy's bedroom should be a reflection of his unique spirit.
Furnishing a kids' shared bedroom takes some smart planning to find the right combination of shared and individual pieces that suit each child.
Personalizing the nursery is a wonderful way to prepare for your baby's arrival.
Smart storage is the key to keeping your child's bedroom and play spaces ready for action at any time.
Fill your playroom with simple furniture tailored to your kids' favorite activities, from games and make-believe to reading and painting.
For kids, play is more than just fun – it's how they learn about themselves and the world.
To a growing girl, the best part about her bedroom is that it's a place that is uniquely hers.
Both before and after the arrival of your baby boy, one of the best ways to make his nursery feel welcoming is to find ways to personalize it.
Floor space is often at a premium in a shared nursery, so seek out versatile furniture with a compact footprint.
When you're planning your child's bedroom, think function, safety and fun.
With a little inspiration from your kids, you can create a shared bedroom that feels cohesive, but still celebrates each child.
Patterns make a room pop with character.
Playing with a mix of patterns and colors brings a room to life.
Creating a kids' shared bedroom is about finding a balance between “yours,” “mine” and “ours.”
When designing the perfect study space for kids, keep in mind that learning comes easier when kids are comfortable, inspired and having fun.
In a small nursery, each decorating choice has a big impact.
When kids share a bedroom, the trick to a well-organized space and happy kids is to divide storage equitably, whether it's space in the closet, drawers in a dresser or a row of identically sized toy bins.
The perfect playroom is a bright, energetic place, with lots of color and light.
The playroom is the perfect place to celebrate your kids' individuality and creative spirit.
Kids love to have their favorite toys on view and within reach, so plan for lots of low, easily accessible storage in a play space.
Macaroni necklaces. Tissue-paper bouquets. Magic Marker masterpieces.
When two or more kids are sharing a bedroom, look for opportunities to let each child's personality shine through.
Planning a nursery for multiples doesn't mean you have to buy two of everything.
The great thing about bathrooms is that it's simple to add lots of color and character to make them inviting for kids.
Photographs and artwork are some of the most treasured mementos of every family's history.
When designing a boy's room, look to what he loves – and make sure the space lends itself as easily to fun as it does to rest.
A girl's room should be comfortable and fun, and most of all, it should reflect who she is.
Surround your baby boy with things that will spark his imagination and ignite his curiosity.
A great playroom has space for active play as well as quieter activities like reading and art.
If you're planning to be surprised by your baby's gender, design a nursery that works for either a boy or a girl.
The transition from crib to bed is more than just a change in sleeping arrangements – it's a major milestone separating infancy from childhood.
Create a beautiful space for your baby to sleep that's also comfortable, warm and welcoming to you.
When planning a window treatment, careful measuring is the key to achieving the look you want.