I'm excited to share a glimpse into sweet Nora Jane's nursery with you today that was published on Style Me Pretty Living earlier this week. Her mama, Britney, owns her own business and works out of them home. When they found out Nora was on the way, she decided to downsize her office to a small space in their bedroom. And she did an incredible job recreating her old office into a nursery. I'm honored that she included some of my lettering work to adorn these walls (the bunting over the crib and the framed name meaning). Her husband sketched the daffodils. The two art pieces are complimentary to the overall feel of her room. The wire baskets hanging on the wall were thrift store finds - old bicycle baskets. How clever! Britney's grandmother generously made the window fixtures for the new room. One thing I keep in mind when creating any space in my home is to create a space that has purpose, part of which is to make me feel more alive. Sentimental touches and pieces with a story always help. Do you know someone that can sew? Or create a piece of wall art for you? Inspiration doesn't have to always mean a high expense. The meaning and purpose behind the pieces is what defines quality in my opinion. What do you think? You can see more of Britney's photographs here.