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PLG Kid’s Room Round-Up

When school is about to start and summer feels like it is winding down, I get this harried desire to all of a sudden become a fully functioning and organized adult again with a schedule and meal plans and a put-together home. As a result, I’ve been on the hunt for organizational and design inspiration on the...

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A glimpse inside Liz’s 550 square-foot apartment in NYC!

Happy Monday, friends! Today we are giving you another peek into my new place here in Manhattan! We decided to write about this space a little bit since one of the main questions I am often asked is what it is really like to go from living in suburbia your entire life to moving to a tiny...

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A Peek Into Liz’s Kid’s Room in NYC!

This post may contain affiliate links, which help us support this site. Happy Friday, friends! Today I’m so excited to give you a first little look inside our new apartment in NYC as part of a series we will be doing on putting together this space. To fill you in, the apartment is a very...

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Baby Girl Nursery

I am so excited to share our nursery for baby girl with you today! This room has been so fun to put together, and I love how it turned out. As we gear up for lots of long sleepless nights, its so nice to know that we will have a peaceful and pretty room to...

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PLG Living: Baby Chance’s Nursery

Before Chance was born, I dreamed of a serene, monochromatic nursery full of tans, grays, whites, and other neutrals… you know the type. They are all over Pinterest and they are beautiful. But after spending way too much time in the sterile and colorless rooms of the NICU, my tastes changed, and all I wanted...

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  • Rachel // Maybe MatildaOctober 8, 2014 - 4:09 pm

    I LOVE his bright, happy room! I feel you on the serene, monochromatic nurseries–they look nice, but they must get boring. Kids need some color, in my very professional opinion. The pillow is absolutely darling (nice job!), and I think the onesie and diaper are such a sweet touch. I'm so glad that little angel is growing so well!ReplyCancel

  • Amy Fashion BlogOctober 8, 2014 - 6:29 pm

    Your nursery turn out great. You sure have an eye for decorating.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley KellyOctober 8, 2014 - 7:59 pm

    What brand/type of paint did you use and where did you get it from??? I feel like all the paint I look at is so expensive and would love to be able to paint furniture with a $10 budget rather than a $30-$40 budget!ReplyCancel

  • Brooke @ Silver LiningOctober 9, 2014 - 2:10 am

    This is SO cute!! I totally agree with the colors. I envisioned neutral, bright, and airy, but then it just seemed… boring? So it's still bright and airy over in my baby's nursery, but with a lot more pops of bright colors. You have such a great decorating sense.

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  • AllieOctober 9, 2014 - 2:12 am

    This is absolutely beautiful nursery, I LOVE it!ReplyCancel

PLG Loves: Sauder Furniture

When I moved into my new house recently, the extra space we acquired was so wonderful but so overwhelming. What in the world do I do with it? I had no idea. As a result, I have been on the hunt for affordable ways to furnish it since unloading the last box. When I came...

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PLG Living: Liz’s Playroom Tour

Sam and I both recently moved into new homes (Sam in Nibley, Utah, just outside of Logan, and me in State College, Pennsylvania) and as a result we thought it would be fun to start a new feature of little home tours of our new places. Now to disclaim, you should know that we are...

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