Great news! We just got word that we are a Parents Magazine finalist for “Best on Pinterest,” and we are pretty darn excited. This means we need your vote, and we really want it too: Vote Project Nursery for Parents Magazine Best On Pinterest.
Project Nursery is looking to fill a handful of part-time contractor positions. As always, the key for us is flexibility, but we are also keeping our eyes open for some pretty specific skill sets. If you are quick learner and self-starter with mad technical skills, we of course want to hear from you.
We don’t want to toot our own horn, but we have to admit, we’re pretty excited about our latest Project Nursery venture. Did you catch Melisa and Pam’s Nursery Trends post on People.com?
Hey readers, just a heads up—you can now find Pam and Melisa’s expert design advice being dished out over at Stroller Traffic. The ladies have kicked off 2013 by naming this year’s top nursery trends, and most recently, they revealed their love for honeycomb, aka the new chevron! If you’re not subscribed to Stroller Traffic, […]
Wow, how time flies. Melisa and I have been pouring our hearts and souls into Project Nursery for close to five years, and it is with great pride that this post marks our 2,000th post! With our amazing crew of design experts in tow, our blog has evolved into the leading resource for tips, trends, advice and inspiration when it comes to children’s design. […]
Merry Christmas to you and yours! xoxo, Team PN
Project Nursery co-founder, Melisa Fluhr, was thrilled to let Elizabeth Street, an online hub for stylish moms, into her lower Manhattan apartment for a tour of her kid-friendly style and space. There she shares a peek into her apartment lifestyle, kids’ room and design philosophy.
Today on this Thanksgiving Day and every day, we are ever so grateful for you all, our readers. We hope that you are enjoying the holiday with your families!
Have you noticed that little tab at the top of Project Nursery? Late last summer, we quietly launched our all new site Project Junior, for all of you who are past the cribs and diapers phase, and now we are ready to shout it from the rooftops. Watch our video below to learn more about […]
Project Nursery’s very own Pam Ginocchio was featured on Elizabeth Street, a website that spotlights tastemaker moms from around the globe. Read the interview and find out more about Pam’s personal design aesthetic and how to let your child’s personality shine in their own rooms.