Rooms and Parties We Love this Week

It was another great week in the gallery, and it was tough narrowing down our choices to four favorites. There were so many great rooms and parties uploaded, all reflecting your great style, character and designing talents. Take a look, and please tell us which one you “like” the most by Monday. Enjoy the weekend. Gweneth’s Shabby Chic Safari Nursery

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Design Reveal: All Aboard!

For our latest design reveal—a nursery for a little boy—we started with the tiny train wallpaper from ferm living that our client instantly fell in love with. It’s always been one of our favorite choices; it mixes a fun lively graphic with a slightly retro feel, and we just love the fun yellow passengers aboard the green train […]

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2013 Nursery Trends: Vintage Made Modern

The Jenny Lind crib is a tried-and-true classic. This crib has popped up in our gallery countless times, and we’ve noticed that it’s usually paired with a vintage or traditional nursery style. Since we love the idea of taking a classic look and putting an updated spin on it, we decided to design a vintage nursery with a more modern

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2013 Nursery Trends: French Chinoiserie

Those French are just so chic. Whether it’s ordering a café au lait and a french macaron in a bakery or decorating the nursery with some added french flair, it will no doubt turn out sophisticated and ladylike. We took the classic French Chinoiserie style, which blends traditional French decor with Chinese accents, and we turned it into inspiration for

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Fall Fashion…Baby Style!

As designers, we like to make sure that we’re always “in-the-know” about the latest and greatest nursery and child items. So, every year, we take a few days off to attend the ABC Kids Expo—the largest juvenile products industry event in the country. This massive event covers almost one million square feet of exhibit space, so there’s endless amounts of

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Another Way to Rock

Every new or expectant parent has read a thousand lists of what is needed in the nursery before you bring your little one home. But when it comes down to it, the true nursery essentials are a place to sleep, a place to change diapers and a place to rock your child. When designing a nursery, I always look for

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