Do-It-Yourself, Furniture

A Fresh Look for a Well-Loved DIY

DIY Pallet Bed

You may remember my kids’ shared toddler room when I first decided to bunk my two oldest littles together to make room for baby #3. It’s hard to believe that three years have passed since I originally made these DIY pallet beds and shared the tutorial with you […]


Do-It-Yourself, Storage, Videos

Upcycled Bins Perfect for Baby’s Trinkets

Twine Wrapped Upcycled Bins - Project Nursery

You may have caught these fabulous little upcycled bins on Project Junior, but we wanted to share them here, too, because they are perfect for storing pretty much anything small. Pam made these during Mountain High Yoghurt’s Simplicity Tour and displayed them holding art supplies. […]


Design Inspiration

Ten Beautiful Budget Nurseries

Blue and Gray Bird-Themed Nursery - Project Nursery

Nursery design on a budget? Yes you can! With all of the other expenses that come with having a baby, maybe you’re working with a tight budget for nursery decor. Maybe you just don’t want to spend a lot of money on a space that your little one will quickly outgrow (sniff). […]


Children's Playrooms, Design Reveal

This Closet-Turned-Playroom is Mom’s Best Kept Secret

Playroom and Reading Nook

My husband and I knew upon moving into our home that we had plenty of space for storage. There’s a decent sized closet under the stairs, and we knew that if it didn’t have a purpose, it would quickly start collecting junk…so we decided to utilize it for our kids. […]


Furniture, Giveaways

Giveaway: Zutano Tivoli Convertible Crib

Tivoli Convertible Crib Yellow

I love it when this happens. We introduce you to a fabulous new product, and then just a week later we get to team up with the brand to give one away to a lucky Project Nursery reader! […]


Tips & Trends

Planning the Nursery with Room to Grow


When you shop for your nursery, you can forget about the fact that one day your unborn child will need a big bed—or a desk for that matter. Those steps seem so far off that planning for them can slip your mind. […]