Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott recently welcomed their fourth child, son Finn McDermott, into the world. Spelling called on longtime friends Bill Horn and Scout Masterson (aka The Guncles), of Marque Communications, to help with the nursery design. As you will see in the pictures below, Tori selected a giraffe theme […]
I love attending the NY gift show to get a sneak peek at all the fun fare that will be heading to my favorite shops in the upcoming seasons. So this year, I decided to share some inside scoop with you all on the hot design trends. Here are some new and noteworthy finds that I hope you love as
Today we are going to show you a room that achieves a great heirloom and vintage feel on Project Nursery’s YouTube Channel. Let us know what you think of A Vintage Girl’s Paradise 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 to ProjectNursery.com and
We spend so much time picking out our baby’s name that it’s no wonder that we want to celebrate it once we’ve made the big decision. Many of our readers have come up with creative ways to display their babies’ names in the nursery. Take a look at these examples of name art that we found in our gallery.
Back in January, I was contacted by Nicole Yonke of Annette English & Associates, an interior design firm based in Los Angeles. Nicole asked if I would be interested in working with them and Reggie Sully of McCoy Construction (they create incredible homes for some of our most famous Hollywood royalty) and donating time to create a children’s center within the Good Shephard
Designing a nursery can be a daunting task—so many things to consider, so many surfaces to fill. One common surface that often gets neglected is the ceiling. Over the years, we’ve done everything from fully upholstered fabric ceilings to ceiling murals and everything in between. However, perhaps the most classic and simple way to spruce up your nursery ceiling is