Trend Alert: Chambray

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Chambray and denim on denim is one of the hottest trends for Spring 2013.  Mix it with pastels or fun neon shades, from shirts to shoes.  If you are like me, I am loving this trend and wanted to bring it into the nursery.  Chambray is not a new trend, but with everything else it’s updated and has new rules.  Don’t over denim!  Mix with pop color or white, and use different shades of denim or chambray.  See some updated ideas below:

Molly Sims’s nursery is fabulous, I love the shades of blue and how natural wood accessories were added.  See full nursery details here.  Pick a blue shade of paint that can help set the tone of the room, Lullaby paints has perfect shades.  Keep you lighting simple and incorporate some chambray fabric options, Charn & Co. has a great selection you can customize. Something about seersucker and denim just go hand and hand.  Recently Annetta Tatum came out with a fabulous seersucker bedding line, I love the pop of colors that she mixes with the denim shades.  I personally like when wall and floors blend, so I am loving this denim shaggy rug which brings out so many shades of denim.   Accessories can be fun and allows you to bring in matching fabrics such as memory boards or custom letters.

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Tracy Wild has over 15 years experience in the children’s industry from working behind the scenes at Ralph Lauren children’s wear and DKNY Kids. Before moving to North Carolina, Tracy helped manage the Connecticut Bellini showroom, doing buying and running their online boutique, the bean’s closet. She is also a mom to Julia and Max.
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