Furniture, Storage

Animal-Shaped Storage Solutions

Bunny Bookshelf

As we all know by now, kids have a lot of stuff. From the first newborn days to the toddler years, kids amass a huge quantity of stuff. Even as you try your best to purge things they know longer use or need, it still adds up. We are always looking for fun ways to store away these said items, and we discovered this line of animal-shaped storage from ACE Baby Furniture. […]


Big Kid, Children's Playrooms, Design Reveal, PN News, Toddler Room

In the News: Elizabeth Street Visits Melisa


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.


Fab Finds, Furniture, Room Decor, Wall Decor

It’s Tea Time!

Tea Cup Clock by Decoy Lab

We love tea parties. Morning, afternoon or evening, we always relish the ritual of relaxing with a soothing cup of tea and some delicious treats. It’s a ritual all about pretty things—how could we not be fans? We’ve received requests from parents to incorporate tea party-themed elements in both girls’ rooms and playrooms. Here are some of our favorite selections: Instead of


Children's Books, Fab Finds, Storage

Create a Book Nook for Your Child

Oeuf Mini-Library

I find something very comforting about being surrounded by books. I hope my children inherit that same feeling, so it’s important that they have a bookcase or shelf that’s their height where they can reach for their favorite book and have a moment to themselves. These bookcases are a fun way to organize your kids’ bedrooms and playrooms. This type


Furniture, Organization, Storage

Keeping Your Kids’ Toys in Check

Vertical Shelving

Are your child’s toys taking over your home? You are not alone; this is a common problem for many of my clients. Now is the perfect time to take action, get organized and add some style to your children’s play areas. The first step in organizing is to purge any unused, broken or duplicate toys. One way is to give back


Storage, Tips & Trends

Storage Tips & Trends


Like Johanna mentioned yesterday, storage is key in children’s spaces big and small. I just completed a major toy purge this past weekend, and man did it feel good. Most days I feel like toys, books and art supplies are taking over my entire house. I’m always trying to improve the organization of my kids’ rooms, and when I can’t