Spring Cleaning: Top 5 Ways to Get Organized

We always dread spending a day at home, rummaging through all of our kids’ stuff, figuring out what’s getting the axe. But after it’s done, it’s the best feeling! It isn’t always easy, so we asked mom bloggers and Gilt moms for their best tips on getting the job done. If you need bins, cubbies, storage benches, or other organizational wonders, we can help with that too: click here!

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Cool Kid’s Room: The Best Accent Pieces

A bed, dresser, and desk are the core of any kid’s cove, but a room doesn’t come to life unless it has the right accent pieces. We’re talking rugs, kid-friendly storage bins, art centers, bean bag chairs, wooden rocking toys, and out-of-the-box bookshelves. We teamed up with the experts at Gilt Home to create a sale filled with bedroom add-ons, but these are our top picks for a spunky room that has as much personality as your little one.

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Win a Franklin & Ben Crib!

It’s so ironic that the centerpiece of the nursery is the crib. We feel like our little ones are constantly screaming to get out of this oh-so-comfy bed that we spent months picking out. We’re going to make it easy for you: Get this gorgeous crib for free!

Here’s how it works: Click here to enter. If you’re a Gilt Groupe member, sign in, if not, click on “Sign in here” and follow the prompts to become a member (you will only be able to enter once). There is no entry form or confirmation — just sign in, and you’ll have a chance to win. The contest will last until Sunday, September 30. Check out our Q&A with Franklin & Ben’s creative director for the scoop on the brand. For the official rules, click here.

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Dream Nursery: Five Questions for Franklin & Ben

The creative director of Franklin & Ben, Tracy Fong, told us that decorating a nursery can be daunting, and we couldn’t agree more. We’re so happy to hear this from an expert in design — it makes us feel better about the mini meltdowns we had while decorating our kids’ rooms. We asked Tracy what inspires her when she’s designing furniture, and her top tips for parents who are trying to create the perfect nursery.

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