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Gobble, gobble! Hopefully everyone enjoyed a peaceful and restful holiday with your families. We are so thankful to you, our readers, for being such a loyal, inspiring community—the Project Nursery team considers you all amongst the many reasons we are grateful. Please take a look at our favorite projects of the week and let us know which one you “like”
When I’m helping expecting parents design their nursery, I tell them to spend the money where it counts! There’s nothing wrong with combining luxury items with discount items and making it all look amazing together. Dressing the windows can finish the room—not only does it help darken the room to aid sleep, it adds a decorative element as well. Unfortunately,
We hope you had a lovely, relaxing weekend enjoying all the things you love most. Thanks to all who voted for their favorite project of last week. The results are in, and we are excited to offer our congrats to Lindsey on Hayes’ Nursery, the new Readers’ Favorite. We love how you found inspiration through our Project Gallery, and the combination
Most store-stocked window panels come in a pretty standard 84″ length. This would be great if the header height of my windows were at exactly 7 feet, but mine happen to be 8 feet. The cost of custom window treatments wouldn’t exactly be budget-friendly. Even if you do have a header of 7 feet, I would still recommend not hanging
Isn’t it nice when you can find a way to use a few items or pieces that you already own in baby’s first room? It’s a great way to not only stay on budget, but also to bring a little old into the new. Melisa and I love suggesting ways to re-purpose things you might already own, like giving an