Incorporating Vintage in the Nursery—Should You or Shouldn’t You?

Including a vintage piece or two in a nursery design can add character and charm. The vintage market is bustling right now, especially for Mid-Century Modern pieces. I use a vintage piece every now and then in a design, and it’s always a fun process. […]

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We’re Transforming the Scariest Pump Room in America! Hint: It’s Not a Let-Down!

Earlier this spring, we set out to find the scariest pump room in America with our friends at Scary Mommy and Tommee Tippee. After sorting through piles of submissions, our collective readers chose the worst of the worst, and our Project Nursery team began working to design a proper lactation room for these two lucky ladies! […]

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How to Design a Nursery Around a Single Item

Sometimes when I start working with a new client, they show me a favorite piece or sentimental item that they love and want to use as the inspiration for their nursery. They have the inspiration item but don’t know exactly how to create a whole room design around it. […]

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A Modern Take on the Pastel Color Palette

Pastels are a nursery tradition that will never really go out of style. When people think baby, their minds naturally go to those soft and sweet colors. Now, just because it’s a tradition doesn’t mean we can’t give it some modern edge. […]

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See What’s Still Striking the Heart of Nursery Design

Arrows are still flying about in nursery design. The southwestern-inspired nursery design trend in general continues to expand and bring in even more elements—such as cacti—to round out this naturalistic design style. […]

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