Planning Your Baby’s Room? Project Nursery Now Has an Online Shop

Looking for baby nursery or children’s design advice?  Project Nursery is the online destination to visit. Melisa Fluhr and Pam Ginocchio, creators of the ultimate children’s design resource, just announced the opening of  The Project Nursery Shop!

Their cute birth announcement:

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Melisa explains, “After 6.5 years of blogging as ProjectNursery.com, Pam and I set out to curate a simple and stunning product offering for our audience based on the design trends we see daily from our very own reader’s room and party designs.”

And the best feature? Moms (or dads) can go and make an online wish list. Just click the heart on each picture and make sure you create a free account. You’ll know it’s added when the heart turns pink. Simply take it off your wish list by clicking on the heart again or clicking the x on the picture right in your wish list. Super cool!
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Do you remember when you were choosing decor for your child’s nursery? I do, when I first became a parent almost 9 years ago. There was nothing like Project Nursery to give me some advice, and we were clueless.. In fact, we didn’t complete my son’s nursery until he was a year old! Project Nursery wants to help parents by purposefully selecting the best items in each category to reflect what is trending in nursery design. Project Nursery plans to strategically update its products, all while continuing to offer a small assortment of timeless products that are handcrafted and of high quality. The new shop offers a wide selection of products such as paint, furniture, bedding, room decor, party decor and gifts for both mom and baby.

The Project Nursery shop will carry zeroVOC paint line by Lullaby Paints, baby bedding by Carousel Designs, wall decals by The Lovely Wall Company, monthly baby belly stickers by Lucy Darling and furniture by Newport Cottages.

Shop:  The Project Nursery Shop.

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