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Sakura Cherry Blossoms in Design

| April 15, 2013

Several years ago, I had the privilege of traveling to Japan during cherry blossom season (mid-March through early May). It is truly a magical time to be in Japan, Sakura cherry blossoms explode like cotton candy fireworks from chocolate brown branches. I collected some ways to celebrate cherry blossom season through design. […]

Little Crown Interiors’ New Year’s Resolutions

| January 2, 2013

At this time of year, we know we’re not alone in making some New Year’s Resolutions. As designers, the new year provides an opportunity to reflect on our goals and plans for the upcoming year. So, here’s a short list of our “Design Resolutions”—maybe they’ll provide a little inspiration for you too! This year, we […]

Cute for a Cause: Good Shepherd Center for Women and Children, LA

| August 6, 2012

Back in January, I was contacted by Nicole Yonke of Annette English & Associates, an interior design firm based in Los Angeles. Nicole asked if I would be interested in working with them and Reggie Sully of McCoy Construction (they create incredible homes for some of our most famous Hollywood royalty) and donating time to create a children’s […]

ABC Kids Expo 2012: Louisville Edition, Part 1

| September 28, 2011

As many of you know, last Thursday Melisa, Kristin and I packed our bags, left copious notes for husbands/grandparents/caregivers, and boarded separate planes all headed for Louisville, Kentucky to attend the 9th annual ABC Kids Expo. Team PN was anxious to see what was trending for nursery and children’s room decor, and let me just […]

Giveaway: PLUSH Highlights & Exhibitors + Giveaway!

| June 9, 2011

Hopefully by now the PLUSH event recaps have captured the excitement and energy that was buzzing throughout the day at the Project Nursery & PetitNest booth. There was never a lull in attendees who wanted to take a peak at everything in our space and learn all they could about Project Nursery. My face was sore from all that talking and smiling, a sign of a successful day. Melisa and I did carve out a little bit of time to walk the floor…

Vote: May Room Finalists

| May 16, 2011

Wow Project Nursery readers, you’re making this a task! After much consideration we bring you the finalists for May’s Room Project of the Month! Our Project Gallery uploads were fearless this month. We narrowed it down to these five inspirational spaces and can’t wait to hear who is your favorite!

Design Reveal: Nursery Design Winner

| April 27, 2011

A few weeks ago, we gave away an eDesign from Little Crown Interiors to one lucky Project Nursery reader. Her name is Audrea, and today, we’re proud to share the details of her design…

Design Board: Boy Budget Buys + A Bit Of Inspiration

| April 7, 2011

So…I am letting the news out early again and of course the designer in me is totally wanting to start my designing daydreams for a new nursery. We are expecting our 3rd baby this November. Right now we have 2 boys and are really hoping for a little chicky! Now we certainly would be smitten with a 3rd boy, but the girly-girl in me is ready for a little pink…

Old Dog, New Tricks – Using Houndstooth In The Nursery

| February 1, 2011

A longtime staple in the closets of men and women alike, the Houndstooth pattern has an iconic legacy dating back to the 1800s. At Little Crown Interiors, we think that the use of a timeless pattern – like Houndstooth – is one of the many ways to achieve a nursery design that’s both current and ageless. So, today, here are some of our top picks for using Houndstooth in a nursery design project…

Vlog: Kid’s Rooms for Grown Ups Too!

| January 20, 2011

Parents today often want to create a space that’s less baby-like, more grown-up-like. Perhaps the widespread availability of awesome juvenile products is raising the bar (or perhaps it’s our growing niche of juvenile interior design?). Whatever the cause, Little Crown Interiors loves this trend! By including non-juvenile pieces into a nursery or kid’s room design, parents have an opportunity to think about what inspired them – not just…


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