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Melisa Fluhr Featured in Elizabeth Street

Project Nursery co-founder, Melisa Fluhr, was thrilled to let Elizabeth Street, an online hub for stylish moms, into her lower Manhattan apartment for a tour of her kid-friendly style and space. There she shares a peek into her apartment lifestyle, kids’ room and design philosophy.
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It looks like the headboards are painted on the wall, not sure if I love that...I definitely like the idea of putting the boys' initials on the pillows.

colorful shared bedroom, Maree Homer - featured on Remodelaholic.com: love the rug, maybe diy version?

symmetrical airplane gallery wall + dotted play storage baskets

Love the white with bright colours and shelves - fantastic for a girl's room. From Australian Home & Garden.

4 steps to a gallery wall (good general ideas, but I think you should worry less about it looking "right" and fill it with things that are meaningful/relevant to your family) -- also think it's a must to have 3-dimensional, like the little guys on the shelf

Eclectic mixes of patterns and art with a white base. Map wallpaper in the other room adds to a lovely mix too!

Like the art on the wall, the rug, yellow blinds and the softies on the bench.

Maybe some wainscoting and then a gallery wall for the dining room wall. So many possibilities!