PN Reader: My husband and I are adopting a 2 year old little girl and a 6 month old boy. I had 2 rooms all planned out, but the social worker recommended we put them together for 6 months to a year. We had planned a modern nursery for our son. So, we have already purchased the Ouef sparrow gray
Not everyone lives in a 6+ bedroom home in Pasadena! If you are fan of that drama stricken Sunday night show (like me and my mother-in-law), you’ll know exactly what I mean. Space does have its constraints and many of us are faced with the challenge of a boy/girl shared room. It can be quiet sweet and hip, really. Here’s
If all went according to plan, new Mom Jiye gave birth to a baby girl this past weekend! We are so delighted that she took time to answer some of our questions just prior to the big day. Jiye’s modern style, softened by sweet silhouettes and warm beige makes for a super stylish nursery and beyond! 1. What was your inspiration for the room?
The title of my post is a complete contradiction, yet after discovering this charming inspiration board that uses Ikea accessories, retro chairs and vintage elephant framed art, it makes perfect sense! Jenny created this beautiful inspiration board to inspire her dear friend Anna. Anna recently moved into a new home and needed to come up with a design for her
Loyal Project Nursery reader Tammy requested some design inspiration geared toward a safari-jungle theme for her future cub. Tammy describes her style as “Transitional”: Contemporary meets traditional. She wants an eclectic feel with warm earthy tones. Mom has already selected baby’s bedding with a jungle theme and fun, plush fabrics. The walls are tan and baby’s furniture is a natural finish. And Oh yeah! She’s not
Congratulations Project Nursery reader Johanna and her husband Gustaf on welcoming twins Casimir (8 lb / 20.5 Inches) and (Casper 7 lb 10 oz/ 20.5 inches) into the world this past Friday…WOW! The boys are very fortunate to be coming home to a most spectular nursery! A “little less baby and a little more fun” was the route style-savvy parents took to create the nursery. They did a