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Pam and Melisa have been sharing their design wisdom over at with great nursery ideas. They spotlighted many rooms from our gallery to help illustrate their tips. Make sure you check out all three slideshows.

Their Top Bedroom Trends slideshow is filled with great inspiration for what’s popular in kids’ rooms right now.

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Be green, and thrift and upcycle your way to a cool vintage or eclectic nursery design with these tips in their Thrifting and Upcycling for Kids’ Room Decor slideshow.

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Designing a nursery can get expensive fast if you aren’t careful. Pam and Melisa share their tricks at keeping costs down in Affordable Kids’ Room Decorating Ideas with great examples like the DIY headboard below.

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Make sure you keep uploading your projects to the Project Nursery Gallery; Pam and Melisa might want to show off your room design next!


Thursday 2nd of August 2012

It's the second room that got my eye. I like the subtle and basic shades or colors used and the simple and modern furniture pieces.

Shai Virtuso

Wednesday 1st of August 2012

I agree Jasmine and Frauline, but I wonder how long you can keep the room like this. I mean, until what age will the kids like an upper bed? Will they still be able to use when they're already young teenagers?

Frauline Melfi

Wednesday 1st of August 2012

Yes, Jasmine C., that first room is totally awesome. I would change the colors, though. But it's so nice to have a bed with built-in storage spaces.

Jasmine C.

Tuesday 31st of July 2012

The room in the first photo is so neat and nice. It is a total space-saver, with all those shelves, drawers and other storage units.

diane fond

Wednesday 25th of July 2012