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"Unique products. Good customer service. Pleasant atmosphere. Inviting window displays."

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  • Nursery Bedding
  • Children's Bedding
  • Bedroom Furniture
  • Art & Wall Decor
  • Unique Clothing
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Art | The Final Strokes of the Season

Sep 08, 2017 | By Claire Martin
If you and your babes are anything like us, these last strains of summer can be bittersweet. As excited as we are for Fall, we're going to miss the bright, breezy days full of beauty and plenty of playtime! Make these moments last with the help of local artists like Sarah Robertson, Laura Park, and Ashley Anthony --- whose perfect pieces capture the magic of childhood in summer time to love all year long.

tea for two
Sarah Robertson "Tea for Two" 24" x 30" $795


Sarah Robertson "Hugs & Kisses" 30" x 40" | $1,250


Sarah Robertson "Cupcakes" 30" x 30" | $895


Sarah Robertson "Lamb II" 20" x 24" |$695


Sarah Robertson "Lamb" 30" x 40" | $1,195


Sarah Robertson "Birdsong Hollow" 48" x 48" | $2,495


Sarah Robertson "Swinging Bridge" 40" x 40" | $1,795


Laura Park "Waltz of the Flowers II" 24" x 30" | $895


Laura Park "Sugar Plum Fairies II" 18" x 24" | $425


Ashley Anthony "Show Me Grace" 30" x 30" | $595


Ashley Anthony "Dreaming of Summer" 30" x 30" | $595

Inspired to revamp the nursery? See some more inspiration below!
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How to Decorate the Perfect Nursery

Apr 20, 2016 | By Kelly Freeland
Nursery Art Decor 
The only thing more exciting than expectantly waiting for your sweet baby to make their debut? The thrill of decorating a nursery, just for them! Explore some of our most recent nursery decor arrivals for creating the perfect space for your own new arrival. 

Wild & Free

Nursery Art Decor
Give them what they need more than anything... a place to play, explore, and run wild, with this darling sign aptly placed in their very own room. Run wild, sweet child!

Bloom Where You're Planted

Nursery Art Decor
Going for a feminine, sweet yet modern look, but desperate to stay away from bows and frills? These darling blooms by Ashley Anthony are perfect for you!

Goodnight, Moon

Nursery Art Decor
Now, your goodnight sentiments can stay with them all night long! Hang this precious love note on the wall for an ever present reminder of your unconditional love. 

Just Part of the Zoo

Nursery Art Decor
Embrace the wild, embrace the life! These precious portraits of some of our most beloved animals friends are sure to make your little one feel right at home. 

Peter Rabbit & Co.

Nursery Art Decor
Need some-bunny sweet for your own baby bunny? Allow Ashely Anthony’s precious artwork provide both charm and quiet company for the little one in your life. Stop in today to pick up your favorite!

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Beautiful Nursery Bedding On Sale

Jan 24, 2016 | By Kelly Freeland

Make Bedtime Beautiful

It may be the end of the month, but the best is yet to come! All Bella Notte and New Arrivals bedding (in-stock and special order!) are 20% off through the end of this week. Whether you’re a registered mama preparing her first nursery, or a loved one helping in the process, now is your time to pick up the softest luxury bedding in the industry. After all, doesn't your baby deserve the very best?

Bella Notte

Bella Notte Bedding

Known for their elegant designs and superior textiles, Bella Notte is the ultimate in luxury for your sweet baby. Your little one will snuggle in style with these pieces that are custom dyed to order. From ruffles and lace, to piping and pin-tucking, Bella Notte creates a luxurious and comfortable space for your baby to have the sweetest of dreams!

New Arrivals

New Arrivals Bedding

Classic design and delicate styles are the name of the game with bedding from New Arrivals. From bumper covers and blankets to pillows and pad covers, this fun, high-quality brand makes for a one-stop-shop for putting together the perfect nursery!

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Cold Weather Boredom Breakers for Kids

Jan 23, 2016 | By Kelly Freeland
We’re not fans of the cold, and if we had to make a guess, we’d say that you’re not either. But out of everyone, do you know who really can’t stand it the most? Our kiddos! Unless there are fluffy snowflakes tumbling from that cold winter sky, and a fantastic hill that’s just begging for a bright red sled, most of our Itty Bitties prefer to be tucked in where it’s warm, and we don’t blame them! The only problem? Sometimes the indoors can be, well…dull. Worry no longer. We have five of the best boredom buster activities that will keep even your most high energy tot entertained and happy. Turn off the television, and let’s get playing!

1. Build a Fort

Blanket FortImage courtesy of Mom.me

Little known fact, movies are 10x more enjoyable when watched from the inside of a blanket fort! A perfect activity to get little ones up and moving, building an indoor tent sparks the imagination and makes for hours of fun. Clear the space and grab that stash of older linens you’ve been meaning to toss, and play away!

2. Dance Contest

Kid's Dance ContestImage courtesy of Adriel Booker

 They have energy for days, and you’re itching for just a few minutes on the couch. Make it an hour, and declare yourself the judge of a dance contest! Pick a playlist of your favorite tunes, and set the rules. Give points based on originality, skill, or any other quirky talent that you see fit! Whether you host several rounds or only one, this activity will certainly put you in first place. 

3. Obstacle Course

Image courtesy of Naturally Estes

Do you have little spies on your hands? Treat them to a little “training” with an obstacle course! With painters tape, outline lanes around the house…whether you go up the stairs and around the corner, you can create real obstacles (shoeboxes, laundry piles, whatever you have on hand!), or have them use their imagination to avoid laser beams and imaginary foes!

4. Simon Says

Kid's Playing Simon SaysImage courtesy of Spectrum Pediatrics

It’s a classic for a reason, dear friends! A favorite across generations, this extremely fun and interactive game can keep little ones entertained for hours. Begin the game with them, and once they have the hang of the game after two or three rounds, leave them to it!

5. Puppet Shows

Paper Bag Puppet CraftImage courtesy of PBS Parents

Another oldie, but a goodie, this is a two part activity! To begin, pick up a pack of inexpensive brown lunch bags, and set out an array of craft materials for you little ones to create their characters. Once they’ve completed their creations, set up a puppet booth, whether it’s behind an old box, chair, or even your kitchen counter, and let them tell you a story with their new puppet pals!

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