Vivid colors and simple, clean-lined graphics are at the heart of Lisa Masterson’s decorative children’s line. Named after her Finnish grandmother, the Avalisa line includes stretched-canvas wall art — in patterns like oversize polka dots and stylized foliage — and abstract wool rugs, crafted from soft, hand-tufted New Zealand pelts. The primary brights and cheery visuals are perfectly suited for nurseries but have a cool, design-conscious feel that would also suit more grownup settings. A memory card game, containing many of Avalisa’s sleek, signature works, is one of the latest additions to the ever-growing range.
Jazzing up your little one's bedroom walls can turn an average kids' room into an out-of-this-world space. Using decals, let a pack of butterflies loose on the walls, or make flowers sprout from the baseboard (when kids want a change of scenery, the decals are easy to remove.) Or go with peel-and-stick wallpaper featuring bunnies, stars, robots, and more.
The bright colors and simple shapes in these stylized wall hangings are a decorator’s choice for modern nurseries. Ready to hang and illustrated to catch little ones’ eyes, the art features animals, flowers or alphabets and comes in two complementary sizes. Under the design direction of Lisa Masterson, Avalisa aims to create environments that evoke aesthetic awareness in children.
These wall hangings come in bold colors and simple shapes that will add flare to any nursery. Designed to catch little one's eyes, the ready-to-hang art features modern renderings of animals, cars, trains, and flowers that pop off the canvas.
There are so many different ways you can decorate a nursery, and sometimes it can be hard to find furniture that truly reflects your style. The items here are for parents who are partial to a hippie-chic aesthetic — toy boxes with pops of color, plus cribs, bedding, and wallpaper with patterns that will appeal to free spirits. Check out the bohemian nursery we created on our <a href="http://wp.me/p1ZMsG-iFa">Gilt Little Inspirations blog</a>.