I think when the time comes there won’t be a more important room in the house than that of little baby R. The nursery will most likely be the scene of some very sweet early morning and late night moments. The nurseries below all have elements I’d love to incorporate one day. The spaces are calming, clean, organized, and personalized. Just right for a brand new growing babe. (By the way, this is in no way an announcement.)
One from here, two from here, three from here, and four from here.
1. Little sparrow on the left from here.
2. Bird scallop pattern on the right from here.
I’m not sure if living on the top floor of a 4-story building, up above the trees, makes the blowing pollen more of a problem or if this is just a particularly horrible year for allergies. Either way, we’ve been sneezing, blowing our noses, and coughing more than usual. It’s also really dry here, and we can’t seem to get ahead of the hot weather which means the AC and ceiling fans are almost always on. So, we’ve decided it’s time to admit maybe a humidifier is useful for more than just the flu.
The only experiences I’ve had with humidifiers involve the old models with the honeycomb filters. They were either sopping wet from sitting in water, or totally brittle from running out of water. They never smelled great; I was never a fan. When I started looking around for humidifiers this week I was pleasantly surprised by the changes in the industry. There’s quite a variety of sleek, modular, colorful, dare I say stylish, options available. I think I’m leaning toward the Crane model. The question is, which color? I’m stuck between orange and green.
(Images from here.)
Here’s a glance at what I’ve been wearing and where I’ve been going, from the top down.
When you travel with a photographer/cinematographer, this is what you pack.
Brent started a mini-documentary film series called 90 Seconds. It’s essentially a minute and half with different people explaining something about themselves. What they do, what they love, etc. Of course he started with someone who’s inspired him and supported him throughout every creative process in his life – his dad.