Guest Blogger – Project Nursery

Long admired for their nursery design blog, Project Nursery has blossomed into somewhat of an authority on the subject. We are happy to have co-creators Melisa Fluhr & Pamela Ginocchio share their savvy sense of style and inspirations for a spring nursery in today?Äôs guest blog. Welcome ladies!

Melisa Fluhr & Pamela Ginocchio from Project NurseryFor the Love of Linen
By Melisa Fluhr & Pamela Ginocchio
Project Nursery/ Little Apple Design

Spring is in the air, pep is in our step, it?Äôs time to break out the linen. At Project Nursery, we look to none other than Pom Pom at Home – a lovely bedding line created by Belgium designers passionate about the casual elegance of quality linens.

No longer is the look limited to your clothing or exclusive to celebrity nurseries (umm… JLO). We can?Äôt tell you how often we suggest white bedding to our Little Apple Design clients as a spring board for nursery inspiration. It usually catches them off guard however what?Äôs more beautiful than delicate textures or breathable linen to add a little luxury to the room, year round.

White crib bedding lines offered at Layla Grayce such as Pom Pom or Matteo Bambino evokes endless possibilities. Inspired by Pom Pom at Home?Äôs Charlie Linen set, we are delighted to share an original, charming and eclectic design for a little girl?Äôs room. Simply add white crib bedding or twin duvet and enjoy!
Project Nursery Inspired Layla Grayce Nursery



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One Response to “Guest Blogger – Project Nursery”

  1. Layla Grayce Guest Blog Feature | Project Nursery Says:

    [...] Our friends at the oh so lovely online retailer Layla Grayce featured Pam and I today as Guest Bloggers. ¬?We jumped at the chance to create a design board of a little girls room inspired by the beauty of white linen textiles from Pom Pom at Home. ¬?It was an easy task because LG is filled with amazing furniture, accessories, gifts and more. We could have kept going with all sorts of designs and styles but gravitated toward this sweet,¬?eclectic-vintage look below. For the full scoop and list of links visit Layla Grayce’s The Backroom Blog. [...]

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