Design Reveal

Surprise Room Makeover Reveal

Girl's Room Gallery Wall

My nine-year-old daughter Stella just spent her second summer at overnight camp, and she left with one request: “Please redo my room!” Just like the story of the shoemaker’s child, since I’m in the children’s design business, my kids’ rooms are not always the projects I feel like tackling in my downtime. […]

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Baby Rooms, Tips & Trends

Seeing Double: Tips for Decorating for Twins

Boy/Girl Twins Nursery - Project Nursery

Planning a nursery for one baby can be overwhelming enough, but throw in the multiple factor and that’s a new challenge altogether. I like to help my clients keep their shopping for twins simple and streamlined. Here are my best tips for decorating for twins. […]

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Furniture, Organization

Everything You Wanted to Know About Buying Nursery Furniture

Neutral Nursery Furniture - Project Nursery

I have worked in the baby business for well over a decade, and with each passing year, the expecting parents that I meet become more educated, inquisitive and definitely more direct about what they want (thank you, Pinterest!). […]

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Design Inspiration

How to Choose Fabulous Flooring for the Nursery

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Finding just the right flooring option for your baby’s nursery is crucial. In fact, sometimes I love to use the area rug or carpet as the starting point or the inspiration for the rest of the room. Here are some tips on selecting fabulous flooring for your nursery. […]

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Tips & Trends

Planning the Nursery with Room to Grow

Nursery-Transition

When you shop for your nursery, you can forget about the fact that one day your unborn child will need a big bed—or a desk for that matter. Those steps seem so far off that planning for them can slip your mind. […]

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Design Inspiration

All White Nurseries: Bold or Bland?

Ivanka Trump's All White Nursery

I was working with an expecting mom the other day on her second nursery, and in selecting her bedding fabrics she said, “No color, I want everything calm and serene.” […]

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