A nursery is the tabula rasa of interior design: four blank walls; nothing but possibility.
But the combination of white space and raging hormones leaves you seeing Disney princesses.
My Tiny Nest’s e-design service for expectant moms will set your vision straight.
The custom Design in a Box offering starts with an extensive questionnaire that gathers your likes and dislikes, budget, and essential room information. Next, designer Alessia Corpino and architect Julie Frank assemble a tool kit of around 100 four-by-six note cards that feature color images of everything from rugs and cribs to wall art and lighting — all of which could work together in your nursery.
On the back of each card they include product name, specs, price, purchase information, plus notes they’ve written during their research. Essentially they’ve done the busy work, so all you have to do is mix and match to create your dream.
Admittedly, services like this aren’t new, but the presentation and selection of products in our box had us at hello.
Because when it comes to baby’s room, it’s nurture over nature.
Available online at mytinynest.com, $750.
Photo: Niki Dankner for DailyCandy
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