Top Projects

Tell Us Which Project You ♥ the Most

This week we have a worldwide mix of baby nurseries and big kid rooms that prove there are no rules for kiddo rooms. So whether you are feeling colorful and whimsical or sweet and neutral, the nursery is your place to design freely! […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Holidays, Paper Goods

Adorable Candy-Free Halloween Treat Ideas (with free printables!)

Halloween Printables

Who is ready for the spookiest time of year? Today, I am excited to share some creative classroom candy-free Halloween treat ideas along with some fantastic free printables! […]

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Giveaways, PN Shop

The Project Nursery Shop is Turning Three!

The Project Nursery Shop Birthday Giveaway

Hip, hip, hooray! The Project Nursery Shop is turning the big T-H-R-E-E and we’re celebrating! Unlike most toddlers, we actually like to share, and our Birthday Giveaway proves it. With prizes from some of your favorite PN Shop vendors, this is the ultimate birthday goodie bag. […]

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Children's Playrooms, Room Tours

In the Playroom with Finding Lovely

Colorful Playroom

We just recently toured the lovely nursery of Jackie Hempel’s youngest son. Now we have the pleasure of peeking around her playroom designed for both her sons to draw, play and let their imaginations run wild. […]

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Design Boards, Furniture, Giveaways

Customize Your Nursery Design and Enter to Win a Crib!

Kingsley Charleston Furniture

Regal and sophisticated with plenty of charming sparkle? That’s the kind of nursery we crave! And creating it is easier than you may think. We’re sneaking a peek into the Kingsley Charleston nursery collection and making it our own. Baby boy, baby girl or gender neutral, the looks we are creating are oh-so-sweet and classicly contagious. […]

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Design Boards

A Colorful Girl’s Nursery E-Design Reveal

Colorful Playful Girl NurseryDesign

I was contacted recently by a client in Central California who was in need of a nursery e-design for her baby girl.  She explained to me that she wanted the room to feel colorful, vibrant and fun without feeling overwhelming or crazy. Her main design inspiration came from Kate Spade and Jonathan Adler—two very fun designers! […]

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