You may or may not remember when I shared this photo with you of my kids’ playroom. This room originally went from office to play space right about the time our oldest was turning one. Now, after almost four years of play time, two more kiddos and A LOT more toys, it is time for a little “refresh.”
Today we’re sharing a basement redesigned into a colorful playroom by our friends the designers of My Tiny Nest on Project Nursery’s YouTube Channel. Let us know what you think of My Tiny Nest’s Colorful Playroom in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. We look forward to bringing you new content every week. Upload your projects
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.
The votes are in. While we loved all the designs of last week, this well-organized, bright and cheerful playroom is the favorite project. Congratulations to Sarah Gunn for creating a room that would make any girl happy—be it for playtime or even homework. And an extra special thank you for the great video you included in your upload—we hope more
Hurricane Sandy may have put a screeching halt on many things, but she didn’t stop the momentum in our project gallery. In a week when so many readers were hard-hit by the storm, there were so many fabulous and amazing projects submitted—a testament to everyone’s devotion and loyal following.
Oeuf’s mission statement can be summed up in two words,”be good.” It stems from all the goodness of family and home—exactly what you would want to see in a furniture line made for your baby or child. Oeuf is a true family business, created by a marriage and partnership between Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan. I recently enjoyed a behind-the-scenes