HGTV is launching “ChildStyle with Rebecca Woolf,” a new online series with the talented and stylish blogger behind Girls Gone Child.
The idea was inspired by the months Rebecca spent searching the web for nursery decor for her twin girls and being disappointed by what seemed like cookie cutter solutions. So she pitched the idea to apply her design aesthetic, which she describes as “storytelling through decor” to nurseries and children’s rooms — ones that are practical, attainable, yet beautiful and style-conscious.
Rebecca is a fabulous blogger who was named #1 in Babble’s Top 100 Mom Blogs of 2011 where she is described as “cooler than you, and us, and pretty much everyone else out there, but hers is the kind of cool that’s so warm and friendly that you can’t help but love her.”
Apparently, she’s unstoppable because despite birthing her twins in 2011, she also blogs at Gone Childssss, her Babble Voices blog and now, she adds ChildStyle on HGTV.com to the mix.
In addition to her impressive blogging resume she also has a notable style pedigree. She is actually the great-granddaughter of John Lloyd Wright, son of architectural and design visionary, Frank Lloyd Wright. Her family is one well saturated with gifted artists and writers. Well, no wonder, right?
It’s exciting news for the blogging community to be so well represented by Rebecca in this new series. She says on HGTV.com, “My goal is for my children to come of age in an adventurous space full of worldly and idiosyncratic treasures.” Check out what that looks like here and her inspiring projects on in the months to come on ChildStyle with Rebecca Woolf.