The humble rocking chair may be associated with knitting grandmothers and nursing mamas but they have a far wider appeal. After all, why be stationary when you could rock on? Far from fussy and old fashioned, there are a lot of modern rockers out there — these are 9 of our current favorites.
Children’s spaces are fast becoming a creative extension to the family home and Little Liberty; the vibrant and accomplished Melbourne based interior decorators are tapping into this new found obsession with all things beautiful and are doing so with plenty of punch.
Danish Brdr. Petersen recreates spacious Nanna Ditzel (1923-2005) armchair from 1956. It was unofficially called “Nursing chair,” presumably because it had ample space and provided comfortable support...
Melisa and Pam are lending their design skill and keen eye for the great details that make a nursery work over at Lucky Kids. Each day this week, a new post will feature a particular design element or theme for a dynamite nursery design. Go read their first two posts: one on black-and-white nurseries with pops of color and another