This Children’s Line is Definitely Worth Celebrating Hollywood Style

Incy Interiors

Incredible design for kids is certainly worth raising a glass to and that’s exactly what we did last week as Project Nursery celebrated Incy Interiors’ Velvet Range debut at The Jeremy Hotel in West Hollywood, CA. […]

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Vote: June Room Finalists

Woodland Nursery with Custom Mural - Project Nursery

Summer is in full bloom! Yes, the projects we saw in our gallery this past month were some of the best we’ve ever seen. They’re bursting with inspiration and design creativity, and while it was really hard to narrow it down, we are so proud to reveal our six favorites. […]

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Rooms and Parties We Love this Week

Navy Blue Safari Nursery - Project Nursery

Summer is just around the corner, but we see no signs of lazy summer days! In fact, it looks like you were very busy this week, designing fabulous nurseries and styling amazing parties. Your hard work paid off, and while it was tricky to narrow it down to just four rooms and parties we love […]

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Wow Beds

DIY: How to Sew a Kids Bean Bag Chair

Who says a bed has to be boring? Make your child’s room their favorite hideaway by incorporating one of these cool wow beds. From forts, canopies, tree houses, and did we mention slides—yes, slides—these amazing beds will wow your kids and encourage wonderful imaginative play. But be warned, the phrase “Go to your room!” will no longer hold up as

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Customized KURA Bed

Modern Big Kid Room with Customized KURA Bed and Wood Accent Wall - Project Nursery

We’re getting ready to move into a new home and the room planning has officially begun! I’m gearing up for a few DIY projects for my boys’ new bedroom, and I wanted to let you guys in on the planning phase. First things first—I’m definitely going to use the KURA reversible bed from IKEA. […]

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AFTER: Small Shared Space Makeover

I am so excited to finally reveal the much-anticipated Project Nursery “Three Kids In One Room” project. The brilliant Melisa Fluhr, co-founder of Project Nursery, initially suggested I move away from dark wood furniture since the room was on the smaller side. […]

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