It might seem easy to design a nursery without a theme, but more often than not, my clients end up with some sort of theme. Even if it’s loose or abstract, it helps them understand what to look for and how to shop. […]
I’m kicking myself that I didn’t pull together “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” nursery I initially dreamed of (and blogged about) for my now 18-month-old son. Although if I re-did his room today, I am sure it would look like this. ;) Inspired by the classic children’s book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, the new Pottery Barn Kids collection perfectly embodies Eric
I was more then happy to sub for Kim of The Tom Kat Studio for this month’s selections for Party Project’s of the Month. After all, we have celebrated several birthdays right here in the Ginocchio household in June so I’ve been in party mode for weeks. It was a busy month in the Gallery for Project Nursery because we received a record number of uploads – many of which were fun and festive themed birthday parties.
Is your little one is getting ready to celebrate another year’s milestone? It’s time to plan a party. I know…I know…lots of things to think about but first you need to pick a theme. This can get a little tricky…character themes can often get to be a little much?
Did you hear the buzz around town?! WH Hostess just did the cutest bumble bee birthday bash for a darling birthday girl named Mackenzie, and I’m here today to show you pictures! This charming invitation was the perfect inspiration for the party decorations and color palette. Mackenzie’s mom really wanted to stay away from the typical black and yellow bee
It’s time to finally pull it together and complete a few kiddie room designs in this household. For the last 8 months I’ve been preparing to move back east for my husband’s job. I also had a baby on the way and because I was so busy sharing my opinion about everyone else’s nursery, I didn’t take the time to