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Posts Tagged ‘Nautical’
Daniel’s room, designed by our own Design Expert Michelle of Bellini, is a strong example of nautical influence in the nursery. Let’s see how Project Nursery readers are interpreting the great blue seas by peering into the Project Gallery.
When it comes to summer, there’s nothing like a nautical/beach/fish theme to get me excited for a party! If your little one is craving a colorful birthday party this summer…..this theme is for you! (perfect for a boy or a girl, by the way!)
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…
Well, the time finally came to start transitioning my son from his crib into his “big boy bed”. Even though I purchased the toddler conversion kit for is Moderne Crib by Netto Collection, I wanted him to get accustomed to sleeping in a real bed by himself; mainly for when we travel as he can now easily climb in and out of a pack-n-play. We needed a bed which was compact yet allowed for ample storage space or extra sleeping space. So a trundle was the right option…
One of my all time favorite themes for a nursery is the nautical/beach theme. It’s summer all year long and I adore the crisp colors that accompany the look. I put together some of the best nautical/beach nursery accessories. Here’s to the last days of summer! Nautical Bedding By Gordonsbury Nautical Rug by Rug Market [...]
Dylan’s parents shows us that their little boy’s nursery theme can grow with him through his toddler years and beyond! The love of the open sea lasts with a simple, clean nautical theme from the start!
We are blown away by this breezy, casual nursery with nautical flare created by our friends at Little Crown Interiors. Gerri and Naomi are pro’s when it comes to translating a theme into a first class kids room. Their use of wainscotting and a bright blue color palette stirs up emotions of the Cape Cod [...]
I’ve just returned from vacation and I’m catching up on missed episodes of HGTV’s Design Star in time for tonight’s season finale. Last week was definitely controversial and I like to join to masses in saying that Lonni’s room was indeed awesome. She so didn’t deserve to have her show “canceled”. This season however, Design [...]