Furniture

Introducing the New Bloom Retro Collection

bloom Retro Collection

Melisa and I were fortunate to be together in NYC last week just in time for Bloom’s launch party introducing their newest nursery collection, Retro. […]

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Furniture, Giveaways

Giveaway: NUMI NUMI Design Nursery Furniture

NUMI NUMI Design Crib

Get ready, because this week’s giveaway is going to blow you away! We are teaming up with NUMI NUMI Design, and one Project Nursery reader will win the Wired Crib and Changing Table in the amber finish! […]

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Organization

Nursery Organization Ideas

Dresser Storage

One of my first priorities when designing a space is function. Of course the aesthetics will come, but function is the key. I also love to maximize my organization. […]

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Lighting, Room Decor, Tips & Trends

Nursery Design No-Nos

Nursery with Side Table

During a recent interview, we were asked about mistakes that parents make when designing a nursery, and this got us thinking. So many times we’ve seen our friends, family members and clients decide to skimp on some items that can really help make a nursery function. […]

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Furniture, Tips & Trends

The Changing Table

Changing Table

One of the most important places in the nursery happens to be more of a “work” station, better known as the changing station. Over the years, I have had plenty of mothering moments to re-evaluate what that changing table “work” place should be all about. […]

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Baby Rooms, Bedding, Children's Books, Design Boards, Furniture, Project Nursery, Room Decor, Toys, Wall Decor

2013 Nursery Trends: French Chinoiserie

French-Chinoiserie Nursery Design Board

Those French are just so chic. Whether it’s ordering a café au lait and a french macaron in a bakery or decorating the nursery with some added french flair, it will no doubt turn out sophisticated and ladylike. We took the classic French Chinoiserie style, which blends traditional French decor with Chinese accents, and we turned it into inspiration for

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