• Ruth Kelly
    @ruth
    Design, Interiors, Architecture, Nursery
  • terrain
    @terrain
    terrain Founded in 2008, terrain transforms the local garden center into a celebration of nature. Terrain strives to be the most inspiring and compelling outdoor lifestyle destination while cultivating an appreciation for healthy and natural living. With a focus on community, terrain fosters a collaborative environment based on a shared fondness for growing, wellness, sustainability, design and the self-expression of the gardener. Terrain's highly-edited offerings blend products from around the world with locally-sourced plants and artisan merchandise providing the customer with an unparalleled experience. With a full nursery of garden and indoor plants, eco-friendly growing supplies, home and garden décor, furniture, containers, gifts, personal care items, locally sourced and prepared artisan foods, in addition to found objects and antiques from around the world, terrain merges global and local into a celebration of heritage, community and design. The flagship location in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania was inspired by the concept of uniting house and garden to create an experience for the senses. Situated in a luxurious indoor-outdoor environment, the on-site nursery is flanked by a cafe and garden terrace, providing the ideal environment to host events and workshops. With landscaping and design services in addition to a knowledgeable staff, terrain provides a compelling and well-rounded customer experience.
  • ezhome
    @ezhome
    At ezhome, we look to transform the ease with which you care for your home. In everything we do, from installing durable floors to repairing a leaky roof or painting your new nursery, we're committed to you. Simply choose the services you need, and our trusted staff of full-time professionals will deliver them, satisfaction guaranteed.
  • OLLI+LIME
    @ollilime
    At OLLI+LIME, they believe nurseries do not need be cutesy or traditional. They create ultra-modern baby bedding and nursery decor, for parents who think like them. You’ll find a monochrome palette, with minimal accents, and fabrics inspired by geometry and nature. Everything is designed and made in the USA.
  • Halo Home
    @briancox7865
    Introducing the world’s most beautiful, intelligent & simple home security. Technology doesn’t have to look like technology. Using premium materials and metal finishes, Halo achieves a sophisticated aesthetic that enhances the style of your home. With the Halo Home mobile app, you can be at home even when you’re away. The app streams the Halo camera feed in 1080p HD so you can get a clear look at what’s happening in your home, including temperature and humidity level. We’re building a future where image recognition technology triggers intelligent notifications straight to your phone. Instead of seeing a non-specific alert like “motion detected,” you’ll see “Andrea and Gavin are in the nursery.” By empowering you with relevant information, you’ll know immediately if you need to sound the alarm, alert the authorities or speak through the device using two-way talk.
  • Dramm
    @dramm
    Dramm provides quality, durable and professional watering tools, accessories and natural fertilizers to nurseries, greenhouses and avid gardeners nationwide and strives to produce products that save time and energy while providing quality products that will last a lifetime.
  • HILL works
    @hillworks
    HILL works is a small yet agile design studio that oscillates between the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture. David Hill, founding principal, was raised among an assortment of flora in his family's plant nursery in South Georgia. In an attempt to flee the land of containers and ever-present weeds, he initially pursued a career in architecture. Alas, during his graduate studies at the University of Virginia, his fascination with plants eventually beckoned him back into the landscape leading him to obtain a Master's Degree in both Architecture and Landscape Architecture. David currently holds professional licenses in Landscape Architecture as well as Architecture. David serves as an assistant professor in the Graduate Program of Landscape Architecture at Auburn University. Prior to founding HILLworks, David helped unearth post-industrial landscapes as an Associate at D.I.R.T. studio in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he managed projects such as Urban Outfitters Headquarters in the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Voelcker Park in San Antonio Texas, the Historic Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and the Holy Cross Project in New Orleans Louisiana.
  • Boodalee
    @boodalee
    It all came to me one morning in the summer of 2005. While putting down my little man for his morning nap, I had an epiphany. Standing there in his picture-perfect modern nursery, outfitted with white lacquered furniture and vintage tin circus toys, I began to fantasize about designing for the next stage: his big-boy room. As I looked down and watched him slowly fade off, nestled snug in his polka-dot, kiddie-couture crib linens, I was struck by a daunting thought: “What the heck kind of bedding are we going to outfit your big-boy bed with?”
  • Landforms
    @landformsinc
    We are a full service landscape design, re-design and construction company specializing in natural, modern and environmentally friendly landscapes. We have a full construction and landscape maintenance staff. I am a Michigan State University Horticulture Graduate and a Michigan Certified Nurseryman with a passion for modern design, specializing in custom landscapes tailored to fit our clients needs and budget. I take time with each client to see what their vision is for their space and then create a design to fit in seamlessly with their surrounding area forming nature to their needs. Our team is large enough to handle the biggest of landscape construction projects while small enough to pay attention to every detail. In an effort to keep our projects as green as possible I incorporate local and regionally sourced material, native plant material and reclaimed products. We are members of the Michigan Green Industry Association and Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association. We have been in business for 15 years and look forward to working with you on your landscape.
  • Judy Cusack Transitional Designs, LLC
    @TransitionalDesignsLLC
    I was exposed early in life to the world of design. My father built custom homes and my mother assisted with the floor plans and interior decorating. I was fortunate to have had great mentors who supported my creativity. At age 9 I won a prize in a community art competition for a drawing. At age 12 I began rearranging the furnishings, accessories and art work in the homes for those I babysat. They liked what I did. As I entered the adult world, I was a account representative for numerous high end fashion houses such as Chanel and Christian Dior. Twenty years of retail lead me into becoming a corporate event theme designer for an event production company. Gardening has always been a passion of mine so I took a break from the corporate life and worked at a wholesale nursery where I learned to design plantings and urban landscapes for multiple apartment complexes, city centers and hotels. I've worn many hats as they say, yet, all of what I've mentioned here, along with many not mentioned, each relates to the world of design which is; Figuring out what's being asked, figuring out how it can be done and then… creating it. I look forward to assisting you with your plans and striving to creating your visions with, and for you.
  • babyhood
    @babyhood
    Welcome to babyhood Australia . . . a family owned Australian business that creates innovative, award winning designs that support busy parents everyday with clever, safer solutions to the joys and challenges of parenting. We have an extensive range of solutions to offer parents for all your different needs, for your family. Safety Our nursery collections include beautiful real timber cots that are fully tested to the toughest Australians Standards, by the Australasian Furnishing Research and Development Institute (Furntech-AFRDI). There are very few test facilities worldwide, that boast such stringent test methodologies and so parents, can rest assured that our products are rigorously tested to be the safest, when they are regularly tested by Furntech-AFRDI. Quality We aim to create solutions for you that have longevity and support a more sustainable footprint on our earth, so we leave the earth in better shape for our children. We do this by creating products that “grow” with your children. When creating these products it is important that they are made from real materials that are strong, like European beech wood, organic cottons and bamboo. Our designs can only be realised to their full potential, with the use of quality sourced materials. So we take the long road and use sustainable real materials and textiles that are built to last. Innovation The entrepreneurs behind the babyhood brand have over 30 years’ experience in the nursery products industry and over 14 grandchildren of their own – so we genuinely understand that raising our children is one of the most important roles we will ever undertake. We passionately strive to deliver innovative quality products – so we make it safer, simpler, easier and more affordable for you to focus on creating beautiful moments with your family. We invite you to view our extensive collections for all the solutions you need to raising beautiful and healthy babies. http://babyhood.com.au/
  • Amenity
    @amenity
    Longtime friends with similarly rural childhoods, Nicole Chiala and Kristina de Corpo started Amenity in 2004 to bring some of the peaceful tranquility of their youth into their urban, adult homes. Two graphic designers passionate about nature and modern design, followed a vision of sleeping among treetops to create duvet covers quite unlike anything available at the time. Amenity's debut collection, large-scale, nuanced silhouettes hand-drawn by Kristina and printed individually; combined nature's flawless elegance with a modern aesthetic. Utilizing textural linens and a rich palette of warm earth tones and luminous metallics, Kristina and Nicole soon expanded their timeless sophistication into pillows and prints that could work outside of the bedroom. As Amenity's roots were taking hold, so too were those of the green movement. Conscientious manufacturers from the start - producing their goods locally and only with eco-friendly dyes and minimally-processed, natural fibers - Nicole and Kristina launched their first certified organic bedding collection in 2006. Marrying modern ethics with clean, modern design, the collection was an overwhelming success. As the organic market continued to grow, so did the Amenity family. Kristina and Nicole both experienced motherhood for the first time and a delightful Nursery collection made with only the purest, organic fabrics and dyes was the next introduction. This season, with the transition of their accessories collection onto organic fibers, Amenity has realized its longtime goal of offering organic design exclusively on organic or sustainable materials. In addition to new artwork, 2008 introduces a broadening of the Amenity brand with beautifully handwoven alpaca throw blankets from Peru and the long awaited "Muir" bed, designed by Nicole and made locally from reclaimed vintage Douglas Fir.
  • Wee Decor
    @wee_decor
    Walls that make you smile.This is our mission. We want to help you create a more personal, playful space for your child starting with our signature line of decorative wall decals featuring your child’s name. This mission was inspired by our love for color, unique home décor, and anything that makes our kids happy. We strive to provide you with the best and most inspiring selection of decorative letters, colors, and styles in easy to apply and to remove wall decals to help you create the perfect nursery, big kid room, or playroom. We are based in San Francisco, California and work tirelessly to get those smiles. Read more or start browsing our wall decals for kids’ rooms. We love color.We know you do, too. We know how hard it can be to find that perfectly matching shade. We encourage you to explore our wall decal palettes so that you can find the colors that are perfect for you and your tot. We keep an eye out on new lines from Pottery Barn Kids, Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, Target’s baby line, and others to make sure our palettes work with your existing wall paint and décor. Should you not find the perfect shade, let us know at help@weedecor.com! We can create custom wall decal colors so you get that exact match. We appreciate great design.Where to begin! We scour the ends of the earth to find the most unique designers with the aesthetic and style to meet your creative desires. Are you a designer? Learn more on how you can be part of our wall decal catalog by contacting us at designers@weedecor.com. We need simplicity.We know you are busy. We are, too. That is why our wall decals are simple to apply and to remove without damaging your walls. No need to deal with messy paint to get that fresh paint look. weeDECOR wall decals are made of the highest quality adhesive materials out there. We help you keep it simple with style and have a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee to boot. Get started.Start by browsing our wall decals. You can also read our frequently asked questions to learn more about wall decals and weeDECOR. We are confident you will find something that makes you smile. Don’t forget to tell a friend.It would make us smile if you could tell your friend about us.
  • Djuric Tardio Architectes
    @djuric_tardio_architectes
    Mirco Tardio (1970) studied architecture in Venice, Milan and Paris and worked in prestigious offices in Paris. With Caroline Djuric (1974), he founded the architectural firm Djuric-Tardio Architectes in 2004, to develop projects and researches at different urban scale, up to single-family house. Eco-sustainable architecture is the favored theme, with the aim of investigating the modern needs of living in the contemporary dense urban and suburban areas, while optimizing the city’s energy consumption and the sustainability of its districts. These criteria are the basis of the architectural production of the study, with the modularity and the future and unpredictable reconversion of buildings, embracing a wider stance about the sustainability of the project. Djuric-Tardio Architectes develops projects on a small scale but always within a broader vision: to develop a “chart” of principles for the development of a socially inclusive and sustainable future in our cities. In 2012, feedbacks from several eco-sustainable family houses projects start to nourish their theory of an innovative urban-suburban development, based on densification and the respect of the historical scale of districts. The quality of life of inhabitants pass before the mainstream threat of the urban sprawl, which the firm partly considers as an excuse for a schizophrenic optimization of the land. Djuric-Tardio Architectes analyse the interaction between the user and its house, thanks to the variety of their clients in terms of social origins, and therefore assert the high role of the architects’ proposals in the management of energy in the city. Indeed, they stand at the crossroads between individual needs and wishes, cities ambitions of sustainability, and the proposals made by energy suppliers and engineering consultants. Starting from family houses and housing, they are imagining a future urban landscape, based on a different approach of the inhabitant. DTA does not aim at building emblematic project, but at finding solutions to change the rules of control and regulation, to create asmart city based on urban planning but also on the relation of the inhabitant towards its city (including its energy management). It is definitively not about selling a catalog of green technologies to people. Through the “Architecture Bas Carbone EDF” competition (2014) (low carbon architecture/launched by the french energy supplier EDF), DTA is now working on such solutions on the Gennevilliers project, 15 houses spread on 4 plots in Paris close suburb. The research is focused on a new concept of house’ autonomy, leading Djuric-Tardio Architectes to conceive a new outline of smartgrids. The firm participated in various international competitions in architecture and design, also collaborating with different architectural offices on different programs. The Helsinki Library isexhibited at the MOMA in New York, and their temporary, modular and urban nursery concept Sticks at the MAXXI museum in Roma.They won the prize for wood constructions “Lauriers Bois 2012” in Grenoble, and the 2012 Prize for the Emerging Architects for Wallpaper London.