Way to go readers, you knocked it out of the park again! The projects uploaded this week were full of creative energy and design talent. It’s time to reveal the four projects that topped our team’s favorite list. Don’t stop yet though. Let us know which project you “like” most—we’ll reveal the Readers’ Favorite on Monday! Project Sterling by brookeevan
Let’s not kid ourselves—with a newborn, comes sleepless nights and 3am feedings. At first, if the baby is staying in your room, it’s easy enough to rest comfortably in your bed while feeding the baby, but eventually, you will move that lil’ darling into their well-decorated nursery. And wouldn’t you know it, they are STILL hungry! So, let’s be practical.
I have to say I’m a sucker for monogrammed pillows in a child’s room. Adding a monogram pillow helps personalize the decor of a room. And besides, it looks great tossed on a bed or on a chair! Look how simple and effective the pillows are in this room designed by Katie Ridder.
We’ve recently noticed that monograms are everywhere in the world of nursery design. Could it be that their classic appeal is universally exciting? Maybe it’s just the newest perfect way to customize a nursery.
Here at Project Nursery, we love animals, we love silhouettes, we love vibrant prints and we love the monogram. So what’s not to love about JHill Design!
Babies are coming. Babies are coming I feel it in my bones and see it everywhere I go. The pregnant belly ready to pop! Although babies are born everyday, spring and summer are popular seasons to welcome a baby. (My two children were both born in the Spring, 5 days apart) So as these wonderful miracles arrive I am always