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On the Spot: Polka Dot Decor

r February 28, 2014 | B Home Decor

Did you know how Polka Dots got their name? Some think they’re inspired by the short tuba blasts that are the polka’s most memorable characteristic feature. Others believe that the polish word for “little woman,” polka, was naturally applied to this petite, feminine print. Learn more about where polka dots came from in this article from The Hairpin. Polka Dot Decor Add a shot of happiness to your home with these dotty pieces for the home. Gold Polka Dot Pillow Cover – Grinn Polka Dotted Potholders – Anthropologie Polka Dot Cereal Bowl – Fishs Eddy Blue vs. Pink Wall Clock – Etsy Painted Dot Airgo Chair – PB Teen Dualit Emma Bridgewater Toaster – John Lewis Green Paper Straws – Cutetape…

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Safer Home Part 2: Safe Nursery Decor and Childproofing Tips

r October 17, 2013 | B Home Safety

Nursery decor is about more than choosing giraffes or hot air balloons for a theme. Here are a few nursery safety tips that’ll keep your baby’s room stylish and safe. Look Out For Hidden Chemicals Paints and furniture stains can release toxic chemicals into the air of your nursery for up to three years. These can be harmful to children whose membranes are more sensitive than adults’. Make a safer choice by selecting Zero-VOC, non-toxic, solvent-free paints and furniture made from natural wood, not treated particleboard.   Choose a Safe Floor Plan Think about safety when planning the layout of your nursery. Place cribs away from any window treatments, where cords can be a choking hazard. It’s best to place the…

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Nursery Decor Fit For Royalty – Will and Kate’s Style For The New Heir

As the world welcomes his Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, Sources close to the royal couple say that Will and Kate, “have a small nursery prepped, but it’s humble.” Whether royally extravagant, or as affordable as some of Kate’s fashion choices, the nursery style is sure to make waves in the baby decor for decades. A Neutral Face Before the royal birth, the couple kept tight lips about the gender of the baby, and although Kate purchased a light blue Bugaboo stroller, the nursery is said to be decorated in a mix of neutral colors. The suite above is a recently remodeled room in London’s Grosvenor House. Lush draperies, a four poster bed and crib canopy give traditional elegance, while…

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