Tips & Trends

10 Baby Room Trends for 2014

Toddler and Baby Shared Boys Room

At the end of every year, the media asks us, “What’s next in nursery design?” We take time to ponder, we look back and then we have a big ol’ healthy debate as we work to set our editorial calendar for the upcoming year. […]


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Now Strolling with Stroller Traffic


Hey readers, just a heads up—you can now find Pam and Melisa’s expert design advice being dished out over at Stroller Traffic. The ladies have kicked off 2013 by naming this year’s top nursery trends, and most recently, they revealed their love for honeycomb, aka the new chevron! If you’re not subscribed to Stroller Traffic, you’re definitely missing out. Stroller


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Trendspotting with Sam: Graphic, Green & Gold

Nursery with Gallery Wall

Design is constantly evolving. We take what we love and build upon it with a fresh look or twist or maybe we move in a completely new direction. Keep your finger on the pulse of design with me, and check out my forecasts for what will be chic and neat in 2013 nursery design. Trend: Dimensional Graphic Pattern For the


Tips & Trends

Little Crown Interiors’ New Year’s Resolutions

Shared Boys' Room by Little Crown Interiors

At this time of year, we know we’re not alone in making some New Year’s Resolutions. As designers, the new year provides an opportunity to reflect on our goals and plans for the upcoming year. So, here’s a short list of our “Design Resolutions”—maybe they’ll provide a little inspiration for you too! This year, we resolve to experiment with new


Fab Finds, Furniture

Trendspotting: Hot Cribs for 2013

New District Crib

If we believed in bumper stickers, ours would read, “We survived ABC!” Team PN took on the industry’s biggest baby show in America, ABC Kids Expo, last week in Louisville, KY. Our mission was clear 1) discover new brands, 2) meet with old friends and 3) uncover the emerging trends within children’s design. So when it comes down to the universal