Design Dilemma: We’re just moving into a new townhouse after living in a rented apartment. In the rental, we weren’t allowed to paint or hang window treatments, so I’m really looking forward to creating a baby space for my son Sam (9 months old) that I couldn’t create in the old place. With that said, we want this new baby room to be somewhat gender neutral so that it can be our next baby’s room — whatever the sex!
Posts Tagged ‘Lighting’
The holidays are upon us and to get you in the spirit, we thought we’d share a little shopping inspiration from your friends at Project Nursery. Our team has rounded up the FIVE items they love, cherish, gift or simply can’t live without.
If I could share the sound of my black lab chasing a jingle bell around the house or the smell of my Aunt Charito’s Christmas Crab Dip with you (Hey, we’re from Maryland) I would. But with no reluctance in recommending the following, please enjoy these other fantastic and more accessible favorites…
PN Subscriber: We are putting the final touches on our nursery and I had a question that I thought you all might have a solution too. We wanted to hang some paper (Chinese) lanterns above our glider, but the cords are so ugly! Is there a easy way to disguised them or make them look better that you all have found?
One of my favorite pieces of furniture is an old wicker chest my mom purchased for me when I moved into my first apartment. It’s held many uses from tv stand, to window seat, to coffee table. Wicker is light-weight and easy to move, affordable, and has an interesting texture that helps bring warmth to the room. Here’s how Project Nursery readers are using wicker and rattan.
This wicker shelving unit is a fresh addition to Finley’s Nursery. It’s clean lines and glass shelves keep this piece looking crisp and modern…
Lighting in your childrens room can bring a theme or style to life. There are so many new fun options to be creative with your lighting choices. No longer are you limited to just childrens lighting. Think outside the box! A chandelier, pendant or sconce can be an unexpected detail that pulls the whole room together. The light can change a simple room into a modern, storybook or a nostalgic environment. Be imaginative and have fun with your child’s lighting.
It’s so refreshing to see a new face in the nursery decor space, Oilo. Taking cues from Hawaiian culture, Oilo means “little sprout” and “cool rain” and the modern and chic designs are pure bliss. PN contributors Naomi and Gerri of Little Crown Interiors chose their glider as a new personal favorite in a recent [...]
I am one of those shoppers who loves to find a good bargain. I’m talking about a totally fabulous piece for a steal. So I went on a Project Nursery hunt for some outrageous room decor that appear to be splurges but shhhh, don’t tell… they are really steals. Here’s what I found… Chandelier-Ikea $29.99 [...]
A lot of thought goes into the details of your kid’s room such as…what bedding to buy? what color to paint? what art to display? The list goes on and on so I thought I would bring to “light” a few picks for some overhead fixtures. This may be a little bit of a splurge, [...]
Believe it or not, a Retro Nursery is completely current today. So today, we’re sharing some easy tips for Retro Done Right. First off, we LOVE a Retro Nursery. It provides endless opportunities for priceless mementos of the past – it’s the perfect starting point for incorporating cherished memories into a special place meant to [...]