Monday, July 22, 2013

Interior Design: Fit for a Prince!

It seemed like a long nine months to these two!
But the Duke of Cambridge said in a statement:
 They "could not be happier". 

A bulletin - signed by the Queen's gynaecologist, Marcus Setchell, 
 who led the medical team that delivered the baby 
was taken by a royal aide from St Mary's to the palace 
under police escort.

The baby was delivered at 16:24 BST at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, 
west London, weighing 8lb 6oz.

                 These Royal souvenir tins of cookies are ready to be pass around! 

But what do you think a nursery fit for the future
His Royal Highness, the Prince of Cambridge 
would look like? 

I am sure there will be a rocking horse!
Maybe some Hot Air Balloons!

Maybe it would be all white and heavenly!

Do I see a royal carriage? 

A contemporary flair for a modern Prince? 

Maybe a nautical theme would be ideal for the young Prince?

Should a Prince have an all blue nursery?

Some how I don't think this one feels very Royal! 

Now personally I think these very British and very special friends 
should be in a Royal Nursery.
*My little princess had a Winnie the Pooh nursery! 

I am sure it will not be long until we have many pictures of the 
Royal Nursery flying around on the Internet.....

But until then

source: Pinterest, Things that Inspire, The Bump, Huffington Post,, BBC

Monday, July 15, 2013

By the Sea, By the Sea... Coastal Designing are We!

I hope each of you get to spend some time by the sea this Summer. 
Just as life at the beach is different, so is interior design. The many looks of
coastal design offers us many options to include a little bit of "Beach Therapy"
in our own homes!

It’s hard for me to put into words why I like the beach so much. Everything about it is renewing for me, almost like therapy… Beach Therapy. -Amy Dykens

source: Breeze Inn, Cottage Journal, HGTV House of Turquoise, Thibaut