Pam and Melisa shared their predictions for the big trends in nursery design for the year. As we all know, decor trends tend to trickle throughout all of home decor, so we expect many of these trends will be just as popular in older kids’ rooms as they are in the nursery.
Hey readers, just a heads up—you can now find Pam and Melisa’s expert design advice being dished out over at Stroller Traffic. The ladies have kicked off 2013 by naming this year’s top nursery trends, and most recently, they revealed their love for honeycomb, aka the new chevron! If you’re not subscribed to Stroller Traffic, you’re definitely missing out. Stroller
While walking on the Upper West Side, we spotted these big and gorgeous giraffes, and we imagined how great they would look painted in glossy, bright colors. We thought they would be just right for a playroom where kids could run around them or simply climb them all day long. Maybe not everybody is ready for a giant giraffe in
I love the Fall—the autumnal colors, the air becoming more crisp and apples everywhere. Whether you are running out to go pick up Apple’s new iPhone or jumping in the car to go apple picking with the family, let’s face it, we have apples on the brain. Come with me, and let’s do a little apple picking together. These adorable
This week we had the pleasure of attending the opening of “Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900–2000” at MoMA in New York. The exhibition explores the development of items designed for children over the past century, looking at their evolution in conjunction with notions of child development and influences. We decided to share some of our favorite pieces