Hey Buttercups! It’s been a while but I am here. Frankly speaking, I was feeling a little uninspired as of late with the delay of our home purchase. Real estate and the buying or selling of it is so nerve wracking and heart wrenching at times. And while things aren’t 100% settled yet, I’m optimistic things are gonna work out for the best and I can not wait to show you what we’ve been up to. As in true Mary fashion, I don’t want to jinx it too much and show you just yet. Although… if you saw my IG last night, I gave ya a little sneaky peeky. On another IG note, I’ve been getting more into doing Instastories so if you wanna see my pertty face, check that out!
In more news, I’ve been published in a blog by 76th and Newbury , a website for custom design work. It’s so exciting and I feel honored to be considered an expert by them in Nursery Design. Scroll down to see the post or click here to view it.
I hope you have a Merry Christmas or a Happy Hanukkah. I’ll be spending tonight with my Abuelos and mom and my brother and his family (my eldest brother is in Peru with his in-laws- so jealous!) at our Noche Buena celebration, a favorite Cuban tradition of mine.
Nursery Design Trends for 2017
by Amanda Naqvi |
The new year is just around the corner! And if you’re anything like us at 76th & Newbury, you’d be thrilled to discover the top nursery trends in 2017.
2016 brought us woodland themes and geometric wallpapers. What new trends would be popular this time?
We sought out some of the most respectable nursery design experts in the US and asked them to share their predictions for the top nursery decorating trends for 2017.
Turn your nursery into a sanctuary that both you and your baby can enjoy! Check out the upcoming nursery design trends that are predicted to blow up in 2017.
Decorating a whole nursery can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never tried doing so before. It isn’t always easy to mix and match patterns and colors – and boy are there a lot of colors in different shades to choose from! You’ll also have to think about the functionality of each furniture that you put in, which is something that needs careful consideration when the room you’re decorating is for a newborn baby. And the trends! You know they keep changing every so often, but it can be very hard to look away and not follow every single design trend you hear of – which can backfire when you try to cram as many trendy design ideas into a single space all at once.
Below are the predictions of 5 nursery design experts: