If you love reading design blogs, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard of Oh Joy!. Well, blogger extraordinaire Joy D. Cho happens to have a fabulously designed living room, and as soon as we saw it, we thought it had great inspiration potential for a nursery. How great is this space? It’s not hard to see how this overall
Design is constantly evolving. We take what we love and build upon it with a fresh look or twist or maybe we move in a completely new direction. Keep your finger on the pulse of design with me, and check out my forecasts for what will be chic and neat in 2013 nursery design. Trend: Dimensional Graphic Pattern For the
This design is near and dear to me mainly because I live in the ultimate urban jungle of Manhattan. The fact is, more and more couples are making the decision to raise their families in the city. So why not embrace the neon lights, the hustle and bustle and create a contemporary nursery with energizing color? Start with a basic
As images of Christmas trees, logs on the fire and all things wood, warm and wintry surround us at this festive time of year, we find ourselves thinking about ways to bring nature’s warm and natural palette into rooms. Here are a few of our favorite nature-minded finds. This gorgeous dresser from Iannone Design is a unique, eco-friendly piece. It combines
Today’s guest post comes from Wendy Estes, one of the fabulous gals behind both Layla Grayce and the new modern furnishings site Zinc Door. Wendy is a fellow zigzag lover (it’s no secret that Melisa and I love it), but leave it to this chic lady to create a fabulous nursery design that’s kicked the pattern up a notch by
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 say, Louisville did not disappoint!