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Little Nest Children's Furniture

When it comes to designing a playroom, all the rules go out the window. This is one room where it’s okay to color outside the lines. From bold color palettes to unique furniture, the space should be built to inspire creativity and allow the imaginations of our little ones to come to life. […]

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A French Connection

We are really fond of French design, and we’re always looking for new decor items that can be used for our projects. Today we wanted to share some of the latest picks we found in French stores that inspired us the most. […]

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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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Room Tour: Basement to Colorful Playroom

Today we’re sharing a basement redesigned into a colorful playroom by our friends the designers of My Tiny Nest on Project Nursery’s YouTube Channel. Let us know what you think of My Tiny Nest’s Colorful Playroom in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. We look forward to bringing you new content every week.  Upload your projects

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Design Reveal: Take Me Out to the Ballgame

This room was designed for a wonderful little man who had just moved with his family to New York from San Francisco. We simultaneously worked on this sports-themed room for him and a geography-focused room for his older brother, which we will reveal in our next post. The challenge was to create two rooms that encompassed similar elements that the

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Design Reveal: Modern Monkey-Themed Nursery

With the graphic monkey wallpaper as the point of departure in our latest design, we embarked on creating a modern, fun, yet still elegant nursery. From the outset, the challenge was keeping the orange from becoming too overwhelming. We used neutral blinds and painted some of the walls rather than wallpapering the whole room, which restrained the colors and patterns

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