The Project Gallery was on fire this week with excellent submissions from our readers. Anyone looking for great design inspiration will be thrilled to see the projects of this past week, so we encourage you to take a look and have fun. Please let us know which one of these projects you “like” by Monday— enjoy the weekend. Lovely Lavender
With July 4th approaching, I’ve been feeling a little patriotic and wanted to share some of my favorite red, white and blue-themed rooms. This is a great color scheme for a little boy’s nursery or big boy room, and it’s always so popular with my clients. Here are some of my favorite finds. The best part of this room is
I’d like to take a moment to compliment all of our readers. What a bunch of observant and dedicated nursery design enthusiasts we have! Just when I think I have found a fabulous and unique find, I realize a member of the project nursery community has already discovered it or its even been used in a room that is featured in our photo gallery. Case in point, these adorable elephant wicker baskets I first spotted in the FLOR catalog.
Zoochini, a New York based children’s company, believes that high end products should be available to everyone. Parents value the quality of Zoochini products and kids love their playful designs. We happen to think that the Zoohini wall dots are a cute way to add play to the play room!
Boho chic is a style that can be applied to more then just woman’s fashion. It has found its way into the nursery as well. Rickshaw Design has brought the vibrant artistry of hand block-printed bohemian style to baby bedding, clothes, diaper holders, burbs and bibs and blankets. Back in 2008, Melisa wrote about Rickshaw Design and it had me dreaming of creating a baby room with that same cool bohemian feel. I am still in love with the playful yet sophisticated patterns that have become classic and timeless…
What’s black and white and read all over by your newborn? Answer: Blik’s Wee Gallery. When designers Dave and Surya learned that newborns could only see 12-15 inches away in black and white, they came up with the genius idea to develop clever little black and white wall decals so even a young baby could enjoy the art in their