Spring Style Idea Board

Spring Inspired Style

Despite the bees and the pollen, I absolutely adore spring.  As I’m typing now I can hear baby birds chirping and as I glance up I see the sun peeping through the new green leaves of a maple tree right outside my window.  I love it.  Spring gives a peaceful, hopeful feeling doesn’t it?  It does for me anyway.  Because of my love for spring I try to incorporate spring inspired style into my decor.

Blue Paint

As many of you know, I recently moved and while I don’t have much unpacked I am enjoying the freshly painted baby blue walls of my home.  It gives it a serene spring like feeling, don’t you think?

Since my new home is over double the size of my old one I’m in the market for some additional furniture and decor.  I’ve been looking around and once again, I’m drawn to the fresh and pastel palettes that remind me of spring.  While I haven’t finalized many purchase decisions yet I’ve had time browsing and shopping around.

I absolutely adore Wayfair and am glad that I was able to partner with them for this post.  On Wayfair.com I was able to create a “Spring Style” idea board.  Anyone can create one (or a dozen!) – it’s easy to do once you log into your account.  While I created this board with the idea of my living room (partly pictured above) I loved the process so much that I’m going to go back and create a nautical one for my son’s room and a frilly girly room for my daughter.  Once we get a little more settled in I think I’ll try my hand at decorating our patio with their lawn and garden decor.

Take a look at my Spring Style board below and let me know which of the items I chose is your favorite!

Sterling Prevail Shower Door

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sterling for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Along with summer’s sweat, sunscreen, and dirt comes more baths for the little ones!  Baths can be a headache for some but for us, the key to a smooth bath time has been routine!

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When we announce it’s time for a bath my daughter knows what to expect.  She knows that it’s her job to get her pjs, Dad will run the bath water, and I’ll carry my son and grab his clothes and the towels.  Then my daughter picks which towel she’ll use (her brother is still too young to care) and we begin.  We always clean the hair first because it’s their least favorite, then wash everywhere else, and then they can play.

Establishing our routine has helped cut down on meltdowns because there are no surprises and no negotiations taking place.  We have our routines for morning and bed time too.  For me, it’s critical to have a routine when they are the sleepiest.  That way there’s no debate, it’s just time for so and so.

Does your family benefit from a bath time routine?

Bath time means a lot of lifting kids into the water (thanks, hubby!) and a lot of leaning over to scrub little dirty toes. Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology are a great addition to any family’s bathtub (or shower).  It has a flexible track, which is comfortable, easy to clean, and a smart addition to any showering space.  Unlike other tracks you don’t have to worry about accidentally stepping on it or it digging into your elbows when your cleaning the kiddos.  It’s also great for washing dogs and for relaxing in the tub with your feet up – things you can’t do with a hard shower track, but the ComforTrack technology makes it possible.

The track is also extremely durable.  Its heavy-duty material withstands rigorous testing, ensuring that it will outlast day-to-day wear and tear. What’s more, the track features a low profile and sleek shape that is easy to keep clean. This innovation is truly a win-win for today’s homeowner.

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Do you have any tips for making bath time with kids easier?