Design Reveal: Paper Dolls And Pom Poms

Carmen Raynor from Retro Rooms has done it again! On Monday we featured her son Jack’s Vintage Cowboy room and today we take a peak inside Carmen’s daughter Lola’s room! With a little innovation and a big love for paper dolls Carmen created an enchanting room for three year-old Lola.  I don’t know if it’s the old fashion paper dolls,

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Design Reveal: Vintage Cowboy

And just when I am convinced modern is the way to go, I fall in love with vintage all over again! Budding children’s room designer Carmen Raynor has a knack for taking the sweet innocence of the 50’s & 60’s and creating timeless children’s rooms. Carmen has recently launched her Sydney based interior design firm, Retro Rooms – for modern

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Design Reveal: A Budding Fashonista

Blogging is such a blast! As we continue to grow Project Nursery, we meet so many great people along the way. (By the way, have you checked out our new and improved website?). One of those really neat people happens to be Beth Powell of Bibzees. Now Beth knows style. Just check out her eco-friendly, smart designs for baby and

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Design Reveal: Retro Chic

Our Real Rooms, showcasing rooms submitted to us by Project Nursery readers, is fast gaining popularity and we absolutely love it! Thanks to all of you who have sent in room submissions. If you have a great nursery or kid’s room you would like us to feature, please visit our Submit page. Here is another unique and creative room by

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Brothers & Sisters

Not everyone lives in a 6+ bedroom home in Pasadena! If you are fan of that drama stricken Sunday night show (like me and my mother-in-law), you’ll know exactly what I mean. Space does have its constraints and many of us are faced with the challenge of a boy/girl shared room. It can be quiet sweet and hip, really. Here’s

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Mail Order Inspiration

My mailbox is full of junky catalogs and value pack coupons daily. But every now and then I get a decent catalog. Today’s mail brought Garnet Hill. Sure, I know Garnet Hill, where respectable woman’s clothing and jewelry pieces are showcased but this time, the catalog was dedicated to kids. Not anticipating finding anything I would actually buy, I quickly

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