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 […]
Posts Tagged ‘Rugs’
I have to confess, one of my least favorite items to shop for is rugs. I have never been a huge fan of the “one-size-fits-all” idea, and usually if I find something that I love, it either doesn’t come in the color or size that I need. That was until I discovered FLOR. They open […]
As a designer, I get asked a lot of different questions, but there are certain questions that seem to come up over and over again. A couple design dilemmas that I hear often are, “Can I put a rug in a room that has carpet?” or “Why do I need a rug in a kid’s […]
I recently added the Dash and Albert collection to Bellini Stamford and I am obsessed with the entire line. The collection consists of cotton, wool and indoor/outdoor rugs with fabulous colors, textures and patterns that are perfect for any nursery or child’s room. Here are some of my favorite picks.
One of our most recent uploads to the Project Gallery is this Nursery by Tracy Davis of Urban Dwellings. The cowhide rug against the bright pine floors really pops. Let’s take a look at how PN readers are displaying their animal print rugs. Quinlan’s Room features a rug from ABC Carpets. The designer wanted something […]
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 […]
Accessorizing a room can be a tricky business. Too much and the room looses focus. Not enough and the effect can be cold and unlived in. Achieving the right balance can often come by trial and error. Adding and subtracting the smaller items while keeping the bigger elements classic and clean can help. Another idea […]