Tuesday, June 11, 2013

100 Days Left!

100 Days left of my pregnancy! I've been shocked how fast second trimester has flown by and hope that third trimester will go by just as fast (especially with this hot summer weather).  I can't believe how hot it's been even though it's only the beginning of July!

Wearing dresses and skirts is my staple for this whole summer.  Here's  my  favorite  from PinkBlush Maternity.  Made  with beige, teal, and yellow chiffon, this dress was light and flowy and I have been given so many compliments. I also loved the silver belt with gold trim which can be taken off the dress and used with some of my favorite summer clothes!

They have similar dresses and other cute maxi skirts as well! Check out these and many more cute maternity clothes currently at 35% off of summer styles.  Believe me, you'll need them during the hot summer :) 

Neutral Nurseries

There is something really beautiful about using neutral colors in a nursery. When done right, there is an expensive feeling and a feeling of elegance and luxury. Recently I've been pinning these beautiful neutral nurseries and here are some of my favorites:

This nursery is from homeimprovementpin.com.  I love the furniture and big pieces they used which already looked elegant and added so much to the room.  They definitely went all out from the chunky white mirror, large chandelier, fur rug, and shiny silver changing table.  There is so much interest and texture all around this room.

There is a little more contrast in this nursery from the floor and wall.  This nursery featured on Project nursery  has white/tan furniture pieces and very light/white bedding to keep everything calm.

This neutral nursery uses white and light browns throughout the room.  I love the pieces of interest like the canopy over the bed, elegant chair, and cute teddy bears all around. From:  littleemmaenglishhome.blogspot.com

LOVE this neutral elegant nursery.  Things that are symmetrical are pleasing to the eye and give a settling feeling.  This crib is placed in the middle of the two windows that are equally curtained and have some minor detailing to draw your eyes as a focal point. From: babybedding.com

I love this neutral nursery because of the textures you find throughout the space. From the wall designs, crib and blanket patterns, and the amazing rug and back of the crib, there are so many things to catch the eye and avoid a 'boring' approach.  From: Pottery Barn Kids

And last on our list of neutral nurseries is this white elegant nursery from rhbabyandchild.com.  White furniture and pretty much white accessories throughout the room.  The wall, rug, and bedding have a slight color to them, but they definitely wanted to have this nursery stay neutral.