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Posts Tagged ‘child’s room’

High vs. Low: Dhurrie Rugs for the Nursery

| January 3, 2013

The holidays are over, and now it’s time to start redecorating for 2013! What better way to spruce up a room than to add a rug with some color and graphic impact. These new rugs from West Elm fit the bill.

A New Generation of Customization

| October 24, 2012

Our nursery design clients are always asking us for items that are unique and custom. It seems like the options for customization are endless, but a lot of times they come with a large amount of extra time, effort and money. Every now and then, we will come across a great resource for custom items […]

Pick a Color, Any Color

| October 10, 2012

In the past few years, nursery design has greatly expanded from the days of pink or purple for girls and blue or green for boys. Designers and homeowners alike are thinking outside the box, using unique color schemes in their nurseries and children’s rooms. We, of course, think this is a fabulous trend, and thankfully, […]

Solid Gold

| September 12, 2012

To trend or not to trend—that is certainly a question worth asking when it comes to designing a child’s space. Should you go for the current craze (think the mustache craze a la early 2012), or play it safe with something that Grandma would love? Right now, we’re loving a craze that’s truly the best […]

Nursery Organization: All in a Box

| June 18, 2012

We all know that in NYC, where most our clients live, space optimization is very important and challenging. Nevertheless, we still have lots of fun making the most of our clients’ small spaces. Today we wanted to focus on storing little items such as cotton pads, baby wipes, diaper rush creams, etc. We are big […]

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