Tyler and I have had so much fun putting together our son's travel-themed nursery (despite lots of hours assembling every piece of furniture). With a collage of signs we designed ourselves and souvenirs from our own adventures, the nursery is definitely the best/coolest room in the house. In fact, we spend most nights before bed just hanging out in there, talking about what life will be like when our little guy is finally here.
Enjoy the tour, and keep reading for his name reveal!
One of the best reasons for a travel-themed nursery? An excuse to display more of my cameras!
My DIY map garland showing off some of the places Tyler and I have explored together and separately.
Obsessed with this vintage-map print ottoman.
A few of the friends waiting for baby boy.
A picture of his favorite people and some postcards from California.
Love these vintage travel advertisements we found at an antique store in Harrisonburg.
And now, meet ... TUCKER SCOTT RICHARDS!
Happy snow day! (It's our first in our first home together, so I'm a little excited.) Since we're stuck inside, I thought I'd share some of the winter decorations I've been working on.
Normally, I'm really sad to take down the Christmas tree and accept that the holidays are over, but this year was different. I had so many fun winter decorations in mind that I was ready come New Year's.
And, just like my Christmas decorations, these are really easy and inexpensive to put together.
I'm not much of cake baker, so I used this glass dome for a little winter wonderland instead. Now that Christmas is over, you can find these brush trees and glittery houses for next to nothing.
The table by my staircase is my favorite space to decorate. I found this little tree for $7 at Target after Christmas, and the frame was a gift from my mom.
For winter, I traded in my vintage glass ornaments for snowflake-dusted pinecones.
These simple beaded snowflake ornaments were another after-Christmas Target find.
I wasn't ready to pack away this year's Christmas cards — so I didn't. I just added a snowflake paper chain over it. (It was only 50 cents at Target, and yes, I felt like a kid making it.)
I made Tyler make snowflakes with me on the first day of winter.
Lots of cozy blankets are a must.
Yep, I'll be here all day.
Home sweet home.
Welcome to the blog! I'm Laura, and I specialize in authentic, natural-light photography and heirloom print art. I'm currently based in Roanoke, Virginia, but soon Charlottesville! Hope you'll explore my little online home and reach out if you have any questions!