I’m back again today with another nursery show-and-tell. This time I’m taking you to the Pacific Northwest to visit my other sister Amy (and hubs Lindan) and her nursery for their daughter Ella.
Just like my older sister Erin, Amy is extremely creative. I’ve always admired her sense of style and her ability to pull spaces together. Whether it was her dorm room, our less-than-desirable duplex that we shared or her tiny apartment…she’s always made the best of the situation and turned them into a place anyone would be happy to call home. Their house now is no exception. She’s also extremely talented when it comes to crafting, design and quilting. This girl can make some seriously beautiful quilts! Oh, and did I mention she can decorate cakes? Amazing cakes? Yeah, she does. She also somehow manages to make them without eating any cake scraps or spoonfuls of frosting.
Annoying. Admirable. Anyways, in a lot of ways I look up to Amy too….but I still hold on to my big sister instinct to protect her…even though she doesn’t really need it anymore. She’s definitely got it together, as you’ll probably be able to tell from these pics.
Here’s her lovely space for the precious Ella:
Pretty dang cute, right? I feel like I got better “detail” shots of Amy’s nursery (as opposed to Erin’s). What can I say…blogging-brain is a real thing…and I didn’t have it two years ago!
What are you digging on? The trendy framed scrapbook paper? The pink and green color scheme? That amazing quilt? I can hardly decide, but I think I like the display with the ultrasound pic next to Amy and Lindan’s baby cups. I’m also digging on this pic of Ella I just got in the mail.
So there you have it! Two of my favorite nurserys. Aren’t my sisters amazing? I’m thinking I need to recruit them for some guest posts here soon. That is, if they can spare a moment with those cute kiddos!