It’s a new year, and Project Nursery HQ is ready to roll out the new nursery trends and children’s design ideas! As we honor another rotation around the sun, it’s our tradition to look back on the past year’s nursery design trends and predict what will emerge in 2020. […]
We all look for those special ways to make our little ones’ rooms personalized just for them. I’m always searching for new and meaningful items to add to my daughter’s room, so here are a few ideas I have recently found to do just that. Add a fun monogram or name pillow to the mix of stuffed animals on the
It is hard to believe that August is here and my children are getting ready to go back to school. It makes me want to savor the summer sun before fall makes its entrance. Summer is filled with radiant colors, and I love using them in children’s rooms. There are so many ways to express color and step away from
We want see your nursery designs and share them with our community! We have probably seen every kind of nursery out there, but we want to see even more! Simply upload your baby room photos to ProjectNursery.com, share as many details about the room as you can, and we may feature your child’s room in our blog or videos! Don’t forget to
One of the best ways to start a new design project is by gathering inspiration. Other cultures make for a great source of new ideas. Often times, I find the places I have traveled offer textiles, colors and other new ideas that can be translated into my own home. They also make a connection to the places I have been.
It’s never too late to honor June’s Room Project of the Month! We’ve held back this contest until we could update some important technical mumbo-jumbo. Our one of a kind gallery highlights all the incredible projects our community has to share and we wouldn’t want our readers and designing parents to miss out. June’s Project Gallery uploads offered quite a bit of of retro flair. Are we seeing a trend here? What do you think readers? Your votes do count!