TGIF! Time to kick back and enjoy the weekend after another fun week of seeing everyone’s creative party and nursery ideas. These are some of our favorites of the week, but now it’s your turn to help us decide which is the winner. Don’t keep us in suspense for too long—please vote now so we know our winner by Monday!
It has been a very busy week here at Project Nursery (we’ll share all the details soon), but by the looks of the gallery, we weren’t the only ones hard at work. From extravagant birthday parties to well-polished nurseries, our readers have uploaded jaw-dropping projects this week. Our team selected five projects that topped our list as “Nurseries and Parties
It’s that time again—we have another nursery design to reveal to the Project Nursery readers! This Orange County client asked for a nursery for her little boy that was simple, modern and colorful. We decided on a color palette of cobalt blue, canary yellow, white and dove gray; after that, things started to fall into place. A dark wood sleigh
The wait is finally over! It is time to find out which project was our readers’ favorite! Congratulations kmhamra for being this weeks’ readers’ pick, and thank you to all of our readers that let us know which project they liked best! We can’t wait to see what this week brings! Sawyer’s Yellow & Grey Nursery by kmhamra Click Here to
We’re frequently asked by our clients to create a nursery with beach-inspired elements—we chalk it up to our sunny Southern California location. We recently designed this beach-themed boy’s nursery for a client in Orange County, CA, filled with unique and highly customized elements. While the aqua and orange color palette seems to be a reigning favorite among our client base,
New mom, designer and editor of Cottage Modern, Kristin, recently shared the darling nursery she designed for her baby boy. The result is a beautiful mix of traditional, contemporary and modern styles. Simply put, it’s clean and classic. Kristen selected a calming color scheme of whites and blues with accents in bright orange and subtle nautical touches. My favorite is the simple