Don’t get us wrong, we can get behind a neutral nursery and its soothing calm tones, but we get seriously excited when we see a nursery that isn’t afraid of color. […]
Designers J & J Design Group have been contributors here at Project Nursery for several years now and they have blown us away time and time again with their wonderful children’s room designs. Their designs tend to be bright and colorful with an eclectic feel and a definite sense of whimsy and playfulness. […]
Today I’m sharing my newest party theme for I party I designed for my middle daughter who just turned 5! I always let all my kids pick their own party theme; though I will admit that I may steer them away from commercially licensed themes. […]
Don’t mind us—we’re just oohing and ahhing over the projects uploaded to the gallery this past week. Before we sign off for the weekend, we had to call out the four rooms and parties we love. Take a look, and share the one you like the most with your family and friends. […]
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.
And poof, suddenly it’s 2016. What’s our first order of biz you ask? Announcing our predictions for the top 12 nursery trends to watch in the coming year, of course! […]
We recently had a chance to talk with the designer behind Kendra Wilkinson’s son Hank Jr.’s bright and colorful bedroom, Vanessa Antonelli, of NessaLee Baby. She filled us in on some of the details of creating this fun Lego themed room.
We spotted this colorful boy’s bedroom in the gallery, and we love how bright and cheerful the space is despite having beige walls. Anna really didn’t want to paint but still wanted to inject some color and fun into the space to match her three-year-old son’s personality.