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I decided it was time to high-jack a blog post to share my personal mom-to-be nursery design story being it is the reason my company YouthfulNest was born.
This isn't a snoozy startup story. It's me sharing insights as an anxious, first time mom who nested so hard, trying to make everything perfect, that I ruined my brand new white nursery carpet – months before bringing home my baby.
I definitely had an out-of-body experience being a first time mom-to-be. I wanted everything in the nursery to be "perfect" before bringing home my baby. This made me realize just how unique and challenging a baby nursery was to create, even for a seasoned designer.
It was my own struggles with overwhelming decisions, budget, room size and functionality which led me to developing a better interior design experience. One that would help other parents do it with more ease and confidence.
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Princesses, animals, outer space oh my! Kids’ rooms are a great place to express your child’s little personality and get really creative. But just like adults, your child wants a bedroom that they can retreat to. One that is functional, but fun and inspiring. Here are some things to keep in mind when designing for your child’s bedroom.