We spotted this glamorous golden nursery over on the PBK blog Building Blocks, and it knocked our socks off. This gender-neutral gold nursery sparkles with well-thought-out details. […]
Posts Tagged ‘Pottery Barn Kids’
It’s been a big week at my house. For the first time in her life, my daughter, Zoe, is moving into her own bedroom! No longer sharing with her brothers, she has a beautiful new space to create, love and thrive in—and she is thrilled! […]
We couldn’t wait to design our daughter’s first bedroom. She has been sharing her space with her older brother since she was born, and while she’s been incredibly resourceful in decorating her bed and personal space as girly as she’d like, she is ready for her own room. […]
We recently caught up with The Guncles—Bill Horn and Scout Masterson—and they shared their daughter Simone’s big girl room. How fun to find out that they helped their friend Beverley Mitchell with her daughter Kenzie’s nursery! […]
We were flooded with amazing design boards all inspired by Pottery Barn Kids 2014 Spring Collection, and we are ready to reveal the lucky winner of our “Pin to Win” contest with Pottery Barn Kids.
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)! […]
We’re partnering with our friends at Pottery Barn Kids to start 2014 in style. Pottery Barn Kids is launching their 2014 Spring Collection, and it’s giving us reason to celebrate. […]
I wanted to achieve a magical, clean space for my first daughter. With two rambunctious older brothers in the house, I knew she would need her own sanctuary. […]
Nothing can beat custom window treatments to finish out a room, but not everyone has a budget for custom design. If you like the look of the rugby window treatments above used in this boys’ room by Liz Carroll Interiors, then you can get a similar look with the new Rugby Blackout Panels from Pottery […]
I’ve always been a big fan of iron cribs. There’s something regal and timeless about them. Years ago, you could only own an iron crib if you wanted to spend thousands of dollars on one, but luckily, thanks to some talented designers and retailers, there are tons of options—in style and price!