Most youngsters are now in the thick of their first semesters back at school. We relish the excitement our children have for the beginning of the school year. From their joy of shopping for new clothing and school supplies, to their desire and need to keep it all straight and orderly.. at least for the first few weeks, right?
Homeportfolio.com featured PoshTots in a nice little piece on keeping kids organized. Our Teddy Organizer made the cut with its roomy cubbies for little treasures and removable galvanized buckets for favored knick-knacks. We think this piece would fit right in with an urban lifestyle, minimalistic playroom, or even in a cute country cottage.
There are so many options for keeping your child organized in style, from Bookcases to Toy Boxes, to Armoires and Media Storage. What is your preferred method of keeping things orderly? Do you prefer a closed door or drawer, or a shelf to display your beloved’s favorite items?
You’ll surely swoon over our new nursery crush, brought to our attention by the fabulous children’s design blog, Nursery Notations. Christy in Fort Worth, Texas designed a romantic gender-neutral nursery we can’t help but covet.
We love how Christy chose timeless posh pieces that fit her home’s glamorous heirloom feel.
Get the Look:
AFK Cherubini Bonne Nuit Crib
Chateau Adult Glider in Custom Fabrics
Hassock Adult Ottoman in Custom Fabrics
Angel Baby Bassinet with Linens in Choice of Color
Photos By: Sommer Photography, Fort Worth Texas
Gift guru, Robyn Spizman, was on the Today show this morning, with charming gift idea’s for every occasion from football jumpers to magical shorts. But the gift we were especially enamored with was our featured Birth Annoucement Rug, available for baby boy or girl.
Who could resist having their very own personalized hand-hooked rug to commemorate that very special day?!
We’re proud to have customers from all over the world. Truly. And, it’s always an honor to be featured in the media. Especially international media. Yes, we still get excited about these things.
This came across our desks the other day. We’re not sure where it’s from, or what it says, but clearly the implied translation is that this rocking boat is not only adorable here, but overseas as well.
And if you can help us out with a literal translation, we would be most obliged!
We’re in a beach frame of mind. Where better to spend the lazy, hazy days of summer? It’s sweltering outside, so why not seek some relief from the serenity of sand and surf? It’s too hot here in Richmond. It’s making us crabby.
Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, considering we’re surrounded by these beauties, which were just featured in the Baltimore Sun. Turns out they’re crabby too, I guess.
Crawl on over to PoshLiving for bushels of crabs, as well as other seaside succulents. For your home, of course.
And yes, we really went there. Our brains offer up a unique hilarity when we’re melting.
1. Beach Crab Pillow
2. Chesapeake Pillow
3. Pier 6 Crab Canvas
4. Crab Framed Print
5. Oceans Crabs Artwork, Set of Four
Despite the title, this isn’t a post about us. Well, it is a little bit, but mostly it’s about a lovely site called Project Nursery. Sounds like it’s right up our alley, no?
It’s a lovely (editorially, it would be frowned upon to use that word again, but really we can’t stress it enough) site devoted to kids’ spaces. Join, and you have access to thousands of inspiration photos, or you can even share your own photos. There’s a talented design team that provides design boards, like this one (featuring one of our Posh favorites, this pink drum table). Follow their blog, grab some DIY ideas (if you’re into that sort of thing), and enter for giveaways.
We’re like kids in a candy store!
PoshLiving is proud to be featured in the July issue of At Home Tennessee. With outdoor spaces trending to outdoor rooms, more care than ever is being taken in furnishing patios, porches and decks.
So go outside! PoshLiving will help take you there!
Well, it’s obvious from the title here that this is right up our alley. And we were thrilled to be contacted by the folks at Chesapeake Home + Living to shed some insight on what really makes kids’ spaces for their July issue. Our lead designer, the fabulous Pam O’Hallaron, shares her tips for mixing it up in kids’ rooms. Some callouts: utilizing sustainable materials such as reclaimed wood for it’s eco-conscience, sleek lines and clean, modern looks; practical lighting for creating zones; and keeping the “trendy” to accessories that can be easily replaced. Check it out!
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