Over on our sister site Project Nursery, we suggest keeping the big kid room in mind when designing a nursery. For one, you’re creating a design you love, why not keep it for more than a couple years? Plus, let’s be honest, it’s a whole lot easier on the budget. With the right forethought, you can make a seamless transition from nursery
Today we are touring the beautiful nursery of Alexandra Calame. Her daughter’s nursery is a calm, neutral space with just enough pops of pink. […]
It was Christmas in July when Project Nursery was invited to attend the fabulous Pottery Barn Kids Holiday Sneak Peek 2012 party. As we entered the party on a hot, sizzling summer night, it felt like the holiday season was years away, but alas, now the season is right around the corner. We’re excited to share the incredibly festive collection
Our team has been hard at work this week, and by the looks of the gallery, so have our readers! We are ready to reveal the projects that are topping our list as “Nurseries and Parties We Love.” Check out our picks below, and before you worker bees go off for the weekend, please remember to tell us which project
I’m a long-time fan of Sharon Montrose’s animal prints. I love the crisp look of the white background and the spirit she captures in her animal subjects. Her new collection Little Darlings features close-up shots of adorable, baby animals. How sweet they’d look in a nursery!