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Join Our Spring Fling Pin Party

| March 31, 2014

Let’s face it—it’s been a long winter! To celebrate the melting snow and the highly anticipated arrival of spring, we’re throwing the ultimate bash on Pinterest! [...]

Made in the USA Pin Party

| March 17, 2014

We hope you’re ready to party, because we’re getting ready to throw a Pin Party that is going to be a sensation! This time we’ve teamed up with our friends at Munire Furniture and Baby Cache to celebrate all things Made in the USA! [...]

Win a Dream Nursery from Pottery Barn Kids!

| January 13, 2014

Have you pinned to win yet? Show us your spring nursery style on Pinterest, and one lucky Project Nursery reader will win a dream nursery from Pottery Barn Kids (up to $4,000 in products)! [...]

Vote Parents Magazine Best on Pinterest

| December 30, 2013

Great news! We just got word that we are a Parents Magazine finalist for “Best on Pinterest,” and we are pretty darn excited. This means we need your vote, and we really want it too: Vote Project Nursery for Parents Magazine Best On Pinterest.

Showing Off Our Fisher-Price Style Via Pinterest

| September 10, 2013

There are so many elements that go into the design of a nursery, but there is always one key item that is the focal point of the room, the crib. Whether you are designing a modern, traditional or an out-of-this-world nursery, the crib choices are endless. To celebrate amazing nursery design, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Fisher-Price [...]

Join PN at NessaLee Baby in Livingston, New Jersey!

| April 23, 2013

Yes, it’s true! Project Nursery is happy to announce that baby store, NessaLee Baby, is launching a second location in Livingston, New Jersey. The original store, in Freehold, NJ, has been an excellent retail resource for new and expecting parents for years. Now this modern, on-trend store is coming north, to the delight of suburban parents […]

Say Hello to Charlie Banana, Pinterest Style

| March 18, 2013

Let’s face it, we all know that diapers have the dirtiest job on the planet, but that doesn’t mean they have to dirty the Earth while getting the job done. Our friends at Charlie Banana have developed a solution on how to master the job of a diaper while accomplishing two key tasks: protect the […]

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