One swoop of a paint brush can transform a room. Whether you are decorating your nursery for the first time, transitioning to a toddler room or giving your playroom a makeover, a new coat of paint can completely change the look and feel of a room. […]
Determining your color palette is a great place to start when planning the nursery, and we often get asked what colors are trending. When it comes to girls rooms, we have seen a shift from classic pink to other feminine colors such as lavender. With this in mind, we used NoJo’s Harmony collection as inspiration for this bright and cheery,
Picking the paint color for your nursery is as important as everything you put in it! It either adds a pop of color or creates a backdrop for your design masterpiece. Whether it’s the softest shade of pink or the brightest shade of white, you never realize how many variations there are of one color until you are standing in front
What could be sweeter than candy-colored inspiration? It’s one of the not-so-ordinary places that you can find fun colors to play with. Everyone loves candy, and it reminds us all that we still are just kids at heart. image from Mom’s Crafty Space Sugar-filled pops of color inspire a fun and imaginative nursery palette. Mixed-up colors make up the perfect
It is hard to believe that I started contributing as a design expert for Project Nursery over three years ago. This first room is the nursery design that I have to thank for it! Here is a little recap of three different budget nurseries I have designed for my three boys over the last few years. Nursery #1 – Brandt born
I don’t know about you, but my weekends are filled with home improvement projects and a gardening to do list I never seem to get to. Since sleeping in is no longer an option these days, I might as well get to work with my husband. So after a morning discussion of whether or not we are getting transfered back east, a quick design board and a trip to Lowes, a romantic Saturday night of taping off the old nursery ensued.
For those of you who don’t know, I started Project Nursery with my friend Pam because I posted Austin’s first nursery in our LA home, “Modern Baby Blue”…