Furniture, Room Decor, Tips & Trends

You’d Be Mad Not To Add…

Jonathan Adler Moroccan Poufs

I get so many emails these days but I always take the time to open and smile at the Jonathan Adler newsletter. He’s often pushing playful ceramics such as pill-inspired pottery. With two kids running circles around me, I find myself wondering if there are any magic pills to settle them down. Then he proceeds to tell me that “I’d be mad not to add” this or that. We’ll he’s right this time around and I just wanted to pass along his message…


Baby Rooms, Children's Playrooms, Paint Colors, Toddler Room

Using Red For Pop


I am always trying to find a way to add “pop” in a room. Often times the easiest way to add it is with color. Red seems so obvious at times…perhaps because of all the colors in the rainbow red is the most dramatic.  Which is why…a little or a lot of red as an accent in room décor can


Paint Colors, Tips & Trends

How Color Affects Your Baby


How much color should I put in the nursery? Will it be too bright? Will there be enough stimulation? These are some of the most common questions we hear from our clients. While there is still much scientific debate about how color affects infants, there is endless evidence showing how color affects adults—marketing execs have poured millions into this research. […]


Paint Colors, Tips & Trends

Guest Blogger: Beautiful Baby Blues


Hi, I am Lesley Smith, an interior designer and paint consultant from Paint Your Space. I have been asked by Project Nursery to share my knowledge about color selection for a nursery with PN readers. Preparing the nursery for your newcomer usually starts with wall color followed by a fresh coat of paint. This is the start to an exciting


Paint Colors, Technology, Tips & Trends

Paint Goes Digital


Since when did choosing the perfect paint color become an online process? Since having a child. Getting around town isn’t as easy as it used to be. Quick trips to Home Depot for our renovation projects became scheduled around nap time, mood and feeding schedules like everything else. So you can only imagine what it’s like picking paint colors these