Design Inspiration

Happy National Sibling Day! A Roundup of Shared Kids Rooms

Twin Nursery

Did you know that today is National Sibling Day? We thought we’d celebrate the day by showcasing some special shared bedrooms found in our gallery. […]

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Design Reveal, Toddler Room

Design Reveal: Modern Boy’s Bedroom

Toddler Room with Upholstered Daybed

A few months ago, we got that phone call that all interior designers love to get—a client of ours wanted to have us come back and work on a new project in her home. […]

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Children's Books, Room Tours, Toddler Room

In the Toddler Room with Jodi Kendall

Eclectic Toddler Boy's Room - Project Nursery

Jodi Kendall’s talents don’t lie only in writing. She has also created a carefully curated, eclectic and special space for her toddler son, which she is graciously sharing with us today. […]

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Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Gigi’s Serena & Lily Big Girl Room

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It started with a promise I made to my 8-year-old daughter, Gigi. She could have her own room by the time she started the 3rd grade this Fall. The plan made sense—Gigi was getting older and sharing a room with her little brother was losing its cool factor. […]

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Design Reveal, Toddler Room

Design Reveal: Nursery Update

Blue and Green Toddler Room

One of my favorite projects to do is a nursery update. A long-time friend and client of mine called me to refresh and “grow-up” her son Dylan’s nursery. Graduating from a crib to a bed can be one of the best ways to incorporate new ideas and colors. My client wanted to keep the soft color scheme that she adored—soft blues, whites and sage. […]

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Big Kid, Design Reveal, Do-It-Yourself, Paint Colors, Toddler Room, Wall Decor

DIY Painted Houndstooth Wall

Painted Houndstooth Wall in Shared Boys' Room

You may remember the DIY beds for this room when I first shared some pictures of my boys’ unfinished shared room. I managed to get pretty far into the process while pregnant with #3, and then all the design came to a halt. Now I finally decided things needed to happen. […]

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