I spent Sunday with my friend Sue-Anne sewing baby bloomers. Her sister AnnaLynn just had a baby boy, Sullivan, and the two families share the same brownstone in Fort Greene (one 7-month-old, one 7-week-old, Molly dog, and a whole lot of cuteness in that house!). I checked out the nursery AnnaLynn created for Sullivan and was blown away — it looks so amazing in there! For the crib, she handmade the crib bumper by sewing fabrics she found at Purl Soho (the inside fabric is a Heather Ross design.) Above the crib, she framed prints from one of my favorite stories, Where the Wild Things Are, in gilded frames. She stenciled the ceiling with patterns by Lotta Jansdotter (love this look!!).
Across the hall, Sue-Anne added some new art on the wall in Elliott's super cute nursery. She took three vintage frames and stretched fabric inside to create a canvas. Inside, she's planning to hang favorite trinkets, like this knitted E she found at Anthropologie. Sweet and simple — I'm so inspired by both nurseries. (In fact, I'm likely going to copy Sue-Anne with that frame idea.) We're painting a wall in the nursery this weekend — so excited to get started pulling it together!