We can’t kick off the new year without a look back at a successful 2012 of children’s design and inspiration thanks to our members who took the time to give our readers a peek into their own nurseries. We’re proud to highlight Project Nursery’s “Most Viewed” Nurseries of 2012. Click each link below for details on each of these incredible
Project Nursery co-founder, Melisa Fluhr, was thrilled to let Elizabeth Street, an online hub for stylish moms, into her lower Manhattan apartment for a tour of her kid-friendly style and space. There she shares a peek into her apartment lifestyle, kids’ room and design philosophy.
Tick-tock, tick-tock—the countdown to announcing our favorite monthly projects ends now! Everyone did a great job this month, but as you know, we have to narrow it down to six finalists. So we won’t make you wait any longer, here they are. Please take a minute to vote for your favorite so that we can title a winner and treat them
Cue up the classical music, pour yourself a proper cup of tea and get ready for Little Crown Interiors’ latest design reveal. It’s steeped in traditional lines, lush colors and quality workmanship that can only be accomplished by the hands of the industry’s finest artisans. We hope you enjoy this girl’s nursery design. Our design inspiration for this room was
The room reveal of this ah-mazing nursery is too cute for words. This happens to be the room of a friend of mine. Oh, yes, she is a designer, and she is Jo behind J & J Design Group. These two women produce the most fabulous room designs, so I knew before even seeing the room unveil that it was
Fun, fun, fun! We are all loving the hot pink leopard walls in this fabulous big girl room, which is perfectly accented with pops of turquoise. The chevron bedding, vintage bed and chandeliers all add stylish texture and layering to this super cool look. The colors are bright and the room is risk-taking done exactly right! A Room for a