Bold, and Graphic, and Oh-So-Chic: Contemporary Nursery-Friendly Decor

Wallpaper from Poppy Print Studio

The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in NYC is a very exciting trade show focused on contemporary home furnishings. This international event gives vendors the opportunity to bring new looks to market […]


Tell Us Which Project You ♥ the Most

Gender Neutral Gray and White Nursery - Project Nursery

We’re ready for a weekend full of baking, eating, drinking, singing, celebrating and lots and lots of merriment! But before we sign off to enjoy all of the holiday fun with our families, we’re counting down our four favorite projects of the week. Which one do you ♥ the most? […]


August Project Gallery Winners

Contemporary Woodland Forest Nursery - Project Nursery

Team PN always gets excited when the polls have closed and the votes have been tallied for our project of the month contest! Congratulations to Gina D’Amore Bauerle and prts1006, our official August project gallery winners. […]


Vote: December Room Finalists

Feminine Nursery with Floral Wallpaper - Project Nursery

Way to wow us, readers! The room designs that were uploaded to our gallery this past month are some of the best we’ve seen in a long time. Take a look now at our six December room finalists, and vote for your favorite below. […]


Vote: July Room Finalists

We may be in the dog days of summer, but the heat hasn’t slowed you down! This month, the Project Gallery was full of energy and accomplished rooms, designed by you, our talented readers. We love the work you all did. We are excited to offer six finalists a chance to win a $50 gift card courtesy of Project Nursery.


Design Reveal + American Baby Mag Feature!

Where has the month of August gone? Before my summer officially ends, I wanted to share with you my son’s nursery, which was recently featured in American Baby Magazine and online at Unfortunately, I haven’t actually seen a copy of the issue. However, some of my pregnant friends have texted me shots of the page from their OB office’s waiting room,