Never before have we parents spent so much time at home. We work from home, we play at home, we eat at home -- then we go to sleep and do it all over again in the morning. If there’s ever been a time for a spring refresh in your home (and nursery!)… it’s right now.
We know we’re lucky to be staying safe and healthy at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t admit to being a little bored with our surroundings. We bet you and your baby could benefit from a little retail therapy to brighten your day and maybe even help with your sanity. We’ve got you covered.
We’ve scouted the most fun items to help shake that “stale” feeling from your nursery and beyond. Here are our pics for the easiest spring refresh for you and baby.1. alma mini crib bundle in beach house grey // $585
The beach house grey alma mini crib is the perfect muted color for a nursery refresh. If you’ve been thinking about changing up your nursery -- you know, now that you’re spending so much time in there -- we say, go for it. Plus, with the purchase of our alma mini crib, we’ll give you a $200 discount on the alma papa… in case, you know, quarantine means you’ll have another little one in nine months. ;)
2. crib sheets // starting at $30
A crib sheet refresh is another great way to change up your baby’s nursery. Our soft and luxurious pair of 100% organic cotton crib sheets will give you an immediate breath of fresh air, or you can pre-order our newest bloom x lewis sets to arrive later this spring.
3. Siblings Candle // $22
Buy yourself a few minutes of calm and channel some positive energy with this pour-your-own candle kit. It’s the perfect activity for your older kids to collaborate on with you, and because you pour into your own vessel it’s zero waste! So it’s great for mother earth and a sweet addition to your nursery!
9. Evereden Bestsellers Duo // $29
Make baby bath time more fun for you by freshening up your skincare game! We love Evereden products and this baby skincare pair is no exception. Plant based, natural skin care with none of those ingredients we can’t pronounce, in a grown up aesthetic that’s basically a gift for yourself.
Hanna Nakano is a Washington, D.C. based writer and photographer, and mother of two.
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