Design Inspiration, Paint Colors

What Color Should You Paint Your Nursery?

Rainbow of Nurseries - Project Nursery

It’s no surprise that we hear questions about color A LOT when it comes to nurseries. While there will always be trendy color combinations and the latest color of the year, picking the right color for your nursery comes down to the feeling you want to create in the room […]

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Design Inspiration

Seeing Green in the Nursery

Lilly Pulitzer Green Nurser

We couldn’t help but get a little green on the blog today in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. We found a variety of green nurseries in our gallery—everything from bright lime to forest green. […]

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Tips & Trends

More Children, More Trash – Trim Your Waste

Composting with Kids

When I became a mom, I was laser focused on having the best for my baby. That meant researching and buying baby gear and clothes at lightning speed. What I wasn’t focused on was how much waste my little bitty family was starting to produce. How could one tiny baby add so much to our waste bins? […]

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Baby Rooms, Design Inspiration, Toddler Room

Gallery Roundup: Going Green

Green Twin Nursery

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day this Sunday, we thought we’d round up some green nurseries and rooms from the gallery. Whether using a soft celery or a true shamrock, green always stands out. With emerald being Pantone’s color of the year, I bet we’ll be seeing even more green soon! […]

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Fab Finds, Project Nursery

Buh-Bye to Big Jugs

method_bottles

You don’t have to do it, you know? Buy those big ol’ jugs of laundry detergent that take huge muscles to lug from the store to the car and then into the house. Forget about it if you have stairs to deal with like I do. There’s freedom! Discover the super-concentrated formula laundry detergent from method that comes in a

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Baby Rooms, Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Keep Growing with Green

Green Nursery

I just finished a nursery for a dear friend of mine. She was having her first child and wanted to create a room that would not only work for her first baby but one that could also work for the next. Boy or girl, she wanted her nursery to be able to grow with her family. She chose creams and

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