Joyeux Noel!

Merry Christmas, AListBaby readers! I have family coming into town tomorrow, and we are winding down into vacation mode around here. We will be back on January 3 with baby showers, fabulous nursery designs, and lots of glamour! Thanks to This is Glamorous for the lovely photo, below. Cheers!

White Nursery: The Elements

There is a lot more than just the iron crib and the glamorous changing table that goes into an epic white nursery.

exquisite white molding + chevron wood floors + large crystal chandelier + tufted, velvet settee = magic

Charming White Nursery

The always-inspiring Elle Decor features this lovely white nursery online this month. Just darling!

Gia Francesca’s Baby Nursery

We are in love with the glam silver and white nursery Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza selected for their new baby girl…Gia Francesca. The furniture is from Bratt Decor. I also spotted the mirrored vanity, below, on This is Glamorous, and I think it would make a lovely addition to a “sitting room” area in a nursery. {Just in case mom wants to get beautiful while baby is taking a nap!} Also…love the name Gia Francesca! That is one of the prettiest celeb baby names I have heard in a while. No offense to babies named for fruits…but it is refreshing to hear a classic Italian name like this one. 

White Nursery for Baby

Guess what this is? This is post 500 on AListBaby.net. Can you believe it? I started this blog more than two years ago. So much has happened! Friends have welcomed babies into the world, I met Mr. AList, and now we run our own company. I have learned so much about the world of luxury baby goods! And today, I feature a very special nursery design I spotted at Restoration Hardware Baby & Child. THIS is what I am talking about!

True Nursery Love

Loving The Style Blogs

Now that I no longer need to stalk the wedding blogs, I have time to enjoy some fabulous design blogs, like Good Girl Gone Glad! Check out this gorgeous nursery!

White Baby Nursery

I cannot get enough of Posh Tot’s new nursery decor theme, Kai. We all know I love white nurseries, and this one is light and heavenly. The rug would look great in a hallway, too.