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Our Austin Rental || Baby Ever’s Nursery Reveal

I’m writing this—looking at these photos of sweet Ever’s nursery—knowing that by the time you see them our baby girl will likely be home with us already, already enjoying her cozy little space that we created for her for at least some of the day.  Meanwhile, though, as I write this and chip away at my to do list, glancing at my calendar and scheduling posts, I can’t help but wonder at nearly 39 weeks pregnant, is today the day? Tomorrow? Will she be here by the time we shoot Thursday’s post?  Will she come on her own or have to …

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Before and After || Flora’s Sophisticated Scandi Nursery

(A Note from Jen: When we announced that we were pregnant with bébé number two, I received a text from Lauren that her and her husband were expecting their first just a little over a month after us!  Lauren is also our gluten-free recipe contributor and is so generously sharing her daughter Flora’s sweet nursery with us today!) When I (Lauren) began to dream about our sweet little one’s nursery, I had so many ideas swirling in my head. (Pinterest doesn’t help with that!) I stared at what was then my husband’s office and …

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Margaret’s Office Nook + How to Keep an Organized Desk

One thing that my very first styling boss impressed upon me was the need to wrap up the day with a tidy desk and working space.  (It was part of this post a couple weeks ago, too.)  No matter how crazy the day or how many clothes were strewn about in the closet at noon, come closing time everything was in it’s right place.  She said it was the only way to start a new day fresh and she was right.  When we  were touring Margaret’s West Austin abode, we couldn’t get over this organized office nook that she created in her …

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Porter’s Boyish Vintage Kids Room

Kids rooms are funny.  From the moment I found out I was pregnant with Parker, I began thinking about how I wanted to decorate the nursery.  Then she was born and it felt like it was immediately and constantly evolving.  She was out of her crib by two, her bookshelves were hung so high that they were out of her reach and felt impractical, and toys and daily essentials felt like they were being retired and replaced on a monthly basis.  When I first stepped into Porter’s room, I immediately gravitated towards everything. (Which is no …

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