As my mom told me when my twins were born many years ago, “Honey, you’re never ever going to sleep like you did before they came into your life.” Why was she always right???? That’s one of the reasons I created an online nursery design course.

I believe most of us want to do everything we can for our babies and kids so they grow to be the best they can be. As a designer, I’ve learned over the years that the furniture, sheets, mattresses, paint and all the other endless items we surround our babies and kids with can seriously affect their mental and physical development. It’s true and very scary. Autism, asthma and allergies come to mind. There is Arsenic in tons of cribs and kid’s furniture!

Online Nursery Design Course

Cruelty Free Nursery Design Course

I created an Online Nursery Design Course out of need. Yes, need! And it’s also cruelty free. Cause animal based décor is loaded with poisons so dangerous that it’s unimaginable that they’re legal to use. Like PFAS (that’s Pee – fas). Yeah.. That’s a common poison found in kid’s furniture made with leather and wool. It’s called the forever chemical. Cause it never leaves their body! The safest furniture and décor for your child is clean design – no toxins, no chemicals and no tragedy.

But can it still be trendy and fabulous looking you ask? Of course, it can! And I will show you how. What is so cool about this course, is that I approach it as a mom and designer. Meaning, it’s quick. It’s two hours only. Bada-bing, bada-boom! “Cause our kids run us ragged and we are tired and busy and don’t have time gosh darnit!” (another one of my mother’s sarcastic, but true quotes)

  • It’s online. You can do it even while feeding the baby or driving. Just kidding. I wanted to make sure you’re still alert while reading this. You can do it at your own pace. 15 minutes here or there if that works for you.
  • You learn from experts besides me. Lisa Bronner, Barry Cik, Patti Grossman, Nancy Amar and Tracie Kesatie. OK. I’m name dropping. I’m just so proud of our experts.
  • I teach you, step by step and with a mother’s patience, how to layout a room for your baby and child.
  • How to match and pick colors and. . . (drumroll please!). . . how to become your own healthy and humane design expert. How awesome is that!
Non Toxic and Cruelty Free Baby and Kids Room Design Course Online

Isn’t 70 cents a day (yes, it’s that affordable!), worth learning not only how to decorate your child’s space like an expert, but that is free from danger, danger that can cause them mental and physical damage!

Thank you for being open to learning and taking control of your child’s present and future life.

– Deborah


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I’m Deborah! My mission is to show others by demonstration, that no living being, human & non, be sacrificed for beautiful, healthy & durable furniture & decor.

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