How to Design a Nursery for Less than $900

I’ll be the ten thousandth person to tell you that kids aren’t cheap. Here at Project Nursery we always stress that the nursery should be a happy spot for parents as well as baby. So how do you get the nursery of your dreams without blowing your budget? […]

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Mermaid Inspired Nursery Design with Boho Flair

You know what’s fun? Working on a nursery e-design that for a client who wanted touches of lavender, green and mermaids. I’ve been designing nurseries for 11 years, and I can count on one hand the times I’ve been asked for mermaids. […]

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How to Design a Nursery to Work for a Boy or a Girl

In case you didn’t know, I’ve been offering my e-Design services through Project Nursery and today I’m revealing one of my latest projects—it was such a fun one! The customer wasn’t finding out the gender in advance but wanted to have options for both a boy and a girl. […]

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A Nursery Design Board Inspired by PB Modern Baby

It’s been several weeks now since the launch of Pottery Barn’s new Modern Baby line, and I still feel inspired by the sleek new pieces. I put together a nursery design board with some of my favorites. […]

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Shared Space Nursery, Yea or Nay?—A Gender Neutral Nursery e-Design Reveal

My latest e-Design for Project Nursery was such a fun one to work on! My client had a bit of a unique situation—she wasn’t sure if she wanted to create a nursery on its own or move one of her other children into the same room and create a shared space. My first task was to create two versions of her floor plan, so she could decide which direction she wanted to go in. […]

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A Gray and Pink Color Scheme Creates Classic Elegance

We’re calling it. There’s a new timeless color combo to add to our design repertoire. Gray and pink has been going strong for years now, and it’s not letting up anytime soon. […]

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