Accent your Nursery with Decorative Containers, Step Stools, & Fabric Wall Letters October 20 2009

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Decorative boxes for your nursery or kid's room
Decorative containers
[caption id="attachment_1004" align="aligncenter" width="336" caption="Fabric wall letters"]Fabric wall letters[/caption] So, you have your crib, changing table, and bedding set.  You just finished painting the wall.  Now, it's time to put the finishing touches on your nursery. One of our readers told us that New Arrivals, Inc. had lovely little nursery or kid's room decor accessories for such a task and we couldn't agree more.  Started by mom and entrepreneur Tori Swaim, New Arrivals, Inc. started almost a decade ago when Tori had this “nagging” idea for a box that would cleverly disguise baby wipes. She designed Hide-a-Wipe Boxes™ and has since followed with a high end line of various nursery décor items and accessories including frames, hanging wall letters, wastebaskets, bookholders, growth charts, outfits and most recently a line of bedding and furniture products. Several celebrity nurseries have been adorned with New Arrivals' products and Tori's design eye including Julia Roberts, Christina Auguilera, Jennie Garth, and Marcia Cross. Though plenty to choose from, we found these three accessories particularly cute: Decorative Containers - Beautiful little waste baskets and tissue holders are decorated in baby boy blue, baby girl pink, and gender neutral green.  Many of them can come personalized with your baby's initial or you can keep it simple with their polka dot and striped patterns.  Tiny Step Stools - Great for getting to those hard to reach places and keeping with the design aesthetic of your room.  Fabric Wall Letters - Choose from pink and green for decorating a girl's room or blue and green for decorating a boy's room.  The fabric texture creates a softer feel than wooden wall letters and provides more visual depth than letter wall decals. For other unique finds, see our other articles on baby room ideas.