Baby Gear, PN Shop

Make Teething Glamorous

Black and White Bandana Bib from The Project Nursery Shop

Teething. It’s one of the least glamorous parts of babyhood. Painful gums result in screaming fits, and the cutest of outfits are overshadowed by a pool of drool. But it doesn’t have to be so! We’re rounding up our favorite teethers and bibs […]

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Clothing, Holidays

These Valentine’s Day Outfits are the Cutest of the Cute

Valentine's Day Outfits for Baby - Project Nursery

There’s nothing sweeter than celebrating holidays when you have a little one to share them with. We’re counting down to the next one on the calendar, and it’s one of our favorites—Valentine’s Day! […]

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For Mom, Pregnancy

Getting My Body Back After Baby

Core Rehab Program

There’s a lot of less than ideal things that come with a December baby—cold temperatures that keep you cooped up inside and overlapping birthday and Christmas presents to name a few. One thing that a December delivery isn’t lacking? Fitspiration! […]

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Design Inspiration

Textured Wall Hangings are Weaving Their Way into Nurseries

Gender Neutral Nursery with Textured Accent Decor and Woven Tapestry - Project Nursery

We’re always so excited to announce what we think will be big in nursery design, and this year was no different. Last week we revealed our 12 nursery trends for 2017, and we’re so in love with each of them […]

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Bedding, Clothing

Nate Berkus Baby for Target—Get It Before It’s Gone!

Nate Berkus Baby for Target

I was browsing my local Target over the weekend and nearly jumped when I spotted the Nate Berkus Baby for Target line. […]

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Design Inspiration

The Psychology of the Color Green in the Nursery

Green and White Nursery Design with Modern Floral Wallpaper and Mid-Century Furniture

We’re just one week into 2017, and it already feels like things are starting anew. Plus, the experts over at Pantone recently released their color of the year—greenery. The color green has always been my favorite, and it’s for good reason. […]

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