It seems that a child's room tends to have a theme, whatever may be popular at Babies R Us, but with some creativity and inspiration she shows how you can make the room magical and stylish without a theme. Maybe you like frogs, but that doesn't mean you have to buy a frog lamp, bedspread and all matching accessories. She says just one frog can make an impact too.
And why not consider decorating so you can transition their room through the years instead of the decor being disposable. How long will frogs be cool? (More importantly, won't you be tired of them before the child is old enough to even voice their opinion?) That is just smart advice, financially and esthetically. Also, go read what she has to say about how their room develops their sense of style from a young age.
Speaking of babies, I found another site that you might enjoy. There are four women who share their experiences with birth and babies in four different countries. They also give pregnancy fashion advice and products they can't live without. Go see Babyccino. Todays post is about Paris and who can resist that?