Calling all eco-tots! We’ve partnered with the stunning and sustainable living mag, Natural Child World, to spread the word about your chance to win a dream makeover for your baby or child. Natural Child World is giving one lucky winner a makeover of an entire nursery or room outfitted with all the latest in design and natural children’s products. Sponsors include
Sugar and spice and all things nice…that’s what little girls—and their romantic nurseries—are made of. Our clients wanted a romantic and serene space to welcome their first child into the world; they also wanted to balance the soft and subtle with little stylized moments and accents. Because we were dealing with a loft space with low ceilings, our main challenge
When we started working on this nursery, there were three elements that we needed to incorporate—the iconic Hicks Hexagon wallpaper that was already installed in the room, a vintage Dr. Seuss print that the parents-to-be owned, and they wanted to feature a family tree somewhere in the space. Tying together these three disparate elements with the parent’s desire for a
We all know that in NYC, where most our clients live, space optimization is very important and challenging. Nevertheless, we still have lots of fun making the most of our clients’ small spaces. Today we wanted to focus on storing little items such as cotton pads, baby wipes, diaper rush creams, etc. We are big advocates of stylish boxes to
Much like adding a scarf or necklace—or that fabulous pair of earrings—to your outfit, adding accents and styling elements to a room creates that final layer of the design that completes our rooms. Room accessories add special moments; we encourage our clients to layer their rooms with items that are meaningful and some that just work well with the room.
We’re ready to reveal to our readers the two beautiful nursery vignettes the PN team showcased at Big City Moms’ Biggest Baby Shower Ever. The large space allowed us to come up with two 8′ x 11′ room concepts. We asked the NYC-based design team My Tiny Nest to lead the charge and design the spaces in tandem with children’s