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Johanna’s Small Nursery Organization Tips

| May 28, 2012

While attending the Big City Moms event last week, I met many soon-to-be new mamas who were asking for tips on how to design and organize a nursery in a small space. Here are some of my favorite tips. image via customnursery.com There is no need for a changing table. A dresser topped with a […]

Project Nursery on GILT Baby & Kids! The Ultimate Eco-Chic Nursery

| April 23, 2012

It’s so hard to resist the daily emails from GILT. The clothes, the accessories, the gifts, the DEALS! Guess what? Project Nursery has teamed up with GILT Baby & Kids to offer two curated sales featuring some of our favorite nursery furniture lines and essentials. The first sale begins on Tuesday, April 24th at 12pm […]

Bedroom Makeover with Sleep in Mind: Part 2

| March 28, 2012

Last week, we shared our latest design: A makeover of a little girl’s room for the specific purpose of helping her sleep in her own bed. The makeover, focusing on a few of our favorite sleep tips, was featured on the daytime talk show The Doctors and features items available from Rosenberry Rooms. Today, we’re […]

Tangerine and Teal

| March 15, 2012

I just love scrolling through the pictures of all the gorgeous nurseries in Project Nursery’s gallery, and I always find myself drooling over the rooms that radiate color and creativity! I’m a sucker for color, especially when you take two colors that might not be considered otherwise and combine them into a beautiful masterpiece. My […]

Design Reveal: Bedroom Makeover with Sleep in Mind, Part 1

| March 14, 2012

On February 15th, a mere three weeks ago, Little Crown Interiors received a very exciting email from a producer at the daytime talk show The Doctors. She reached out to Little Crown Interiors to provide expert advice for an upcoming episode—solving one problem, three ways. The problem: children who aren’t sleeping in their own beds […]

Declutter with $500 to Target & The Container Store

| March 6, 2012

As some of you may know, our family kicked off 2012 with a cross-country move. While I was dead set on raising my boys in sunny California, life had other plans for them, and my husband had an opportunity that simply made sense for the entire family despite being on the “wrong” coast. My 70° […]

Cool Tips to Preserve Your Child’s Artwork

| March 5, 2012

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post mentioning a unique way of preserving your child’s art by creating a mosaic collage. It got me thinking of other ways to organize all your little Picasso’s works of art that may be accumulating in a box at the back of your closet (that would be me). These […]

Tips for Toys: “Type A” Organization Without the Stress

| February 20, 2012

Living in New York City has its perks, but apartment living with three young children has its challenges. It requires me to be super organized when it comes to keeping the kids rooms clean and clutter-free. When my kids want a toy they want it pronto, so categorizing toys by size and type (cars, balls, […]

Space Savers for Two

| February 6, 2012

I’ve written about this before, but living in a NYC apartment has its perks and its challenges, especially for my 6-year-old and 3-year-old who share a room. When kids share a room, furniture placement is an important factor to take into consideration. For instance, hockey is a big sport with my boys (and not because […]

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