It's always so much fun for us to share the winners of our monthly gallery contest. While every project we see is special, these two winners have been voted the best of November in their individual categories of room and party design. Project Nursery will be sending each of these talented designers a $50 Visa gift certificate as a reward.
After a Thanksgiving filled with food, family, friends and fun, we hope your belly is full and your bounty is overflowing! When you're finished putting away the turkey platter and finally settling down to enjoy your holiday leftovers, please take a look at the rooms and parties we love from the week. Don't forget to tell us which one you "like" most by Monday.
You remember our fabulous friends from Modern Nursery, right? It's the place to go for the latest in modern furniture, bedding, decor and more, and we are once again teaming up with them to offer our readers an amazing giveaway! One lucky Project Nursery reader will win the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair in your choice of color from Modern Nursery.
Silhouette is having a huge Black Friday sale starting today through December 8, 2013. To take advantage of the great deals they are offering (like great bundles and items up to 40% off), use this link and enter the promo code NURSERY at checkout. See more details at the end of this post.
For both of my sons' first Christmases, I was disappointed with the selection of baby's first Christmas ornaments out there. They all seemed impersonal and generic, so when I got the chance to try out one of Silhouette's amazing cutting machines, the Cameo, I knew I wanted to try making my own ornaments.
Let's talk studded wall letters. My clients often ask how they can include their baby's name within the design of the nursery space. Wooden wall letters and monograms are great traditional options. Personally, I pull a lot of inspiration from fashion, pop culture and music trends. So blast the Ramones, mess up your hair, and let's get punk! Metal studs are a classic symbol of the punk aesthetic. Right now studs are a huge trend in fashion, and they're even trickling into home decor! Being an early adopter of new trends, I wanted to play with this edgy material and mix it in for our littlest punk rockers out there.
This is our interview series in which we bring you the nurseries and kid rooms of successful designers, entrepreneurs and moms. Through this series, our featured guests will divulge some of their design secrets and share stories of how their nurseries came to be.
Pottery Barn. Those two words are sure to make any design enthusiast smile. Meet Stephanie Thill, the Director of Merchandising Furniture at Pottery Barn Kids, which just happens to be our favorite division of the brand. Stephanie is a mom of three who is passionate about family, interior design and spending time outdoors. Always ready to learn and grow, we love Stephanie's zest for life and eye for style. Today she shares her youngest child and only daughter Remi's traditional pink and white nursery, highlighting some Pottery Barn Kids favorites for us, of course!