8 Must-Have Nursery Decor Items

Playground Magazine came to us a little while back for our advice on essential nursery decor items to be featured in an upcoming issue, and the issue is out!! To help readers, we have included our list here as well, so check out these adorable nursery pieces that your baby will absolutely love!

Lollaland Play Mat ($149.99) – Baby Bottoms Boutique

Mudpie Ultra Sound Frame ($14.00) – Tugboat & the Bird

Candice Hot Air Balloon Chandelier ($960) – Bellini

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint ($35.00) – Adjectives Market

Aden + Anais Classic Crib Sheet, Metallic Primrose ($31.99) – Macrobaby

Max Glider ($785) – Bellini

Tucker Toy Chest, Smoked Gray ($399) – Pottery Barn Kids

Baby’s Dream Brie Crib ($409) – Crib4Life


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Sitcom Spotlight: Suburgatory

After reading the freshly pressed post from crunchings & munchings about why you should watch ABC’s hit show Suburgatory today, I decided to get caught up on the latest happenings in Chatswin, NY!

 The plan was to watch the first episode.

The plan failed.

In turn, I am all caught up.

That’s the thing about DVR and a good show…you get hooked!

I love everything about the show. From its brilliant writing to the quirky talent — and especially the over the top set design!

Take a look at this fabulously outrageous nursery:

Yep, thats a baby crib. It is awesome — and a little reminiscent of the 90’s ABC show “Dinosaurs”

You would have to understand a little bit of the background of the story to fully understand the reason behind the unique design of this nursery. One of the characters, Noah Werner (played by Alan Tudyk), is a single dad to a new baby this season. He clearly has a great sense of style…the function part is to be desired. Haha.

Regardless, I really like the concept and overall design of this room. It has a very eclectic variety of elements that capture both modern and traditional nursery design. And I don’t think I have seen anything quite like it.

So there you have it, my very first “Sitcom Spotlight”! I love looking for design on tv and in the movies and secretly wish to have the pleasure of one day designing my own set!! You can look forward to more of these fun tidbits of boob tube snapshots to come!!


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