Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) March 21, 2009
Are you and your friends or family among the new baby boom? HGTV.com rides to the rescue with fun, easy ideas to decorate rooms for children and babies. From designs that are fan favorites to ideas that are easy on your wallet, you'll find everything you need to get started at HGTV.com!
> The Delightful Dozen - 12 favorite rooms submitted by HGTV.com fans. These tricks and tips worked for folks just like you to create chic rooms any toddler would be proud to call their own.
12 Nurseries from HGTV.com
> Stuck for where to start? Let your fingers do the walking and use the many catalogs and online resources now available.
HGTV.com catalog decorating hints
> Browse more than 2,300 nursery designs at HGTV.com's Rate My Space.
HGTV.com's Rate My Space Nurseries
> Watch your wallet with nursery ideas from HGTV's Design on a Dime team.
HGTV Design on a Dime Nursery
> They don't stay little forever. See how Candice Olson transformed a room that will grow up right along with its owner.
HGTV's Candice Olson Nursery
HGTV.com first premiered on the Web in 1996 and has been a trusted leader in home content online ever since. Thanks to a significant redesign in December 2008, HGTV.com users now are able to immediately see new site content, easily search and explore to find the full depth and breadth of relevant information, quickly access video and popular social features as well as personalize their experience with the all-new "My HGTV" feature.
A division of Scripps Networks, SN Digital is a diversified multi-platform programmer that delights millions daily with award-winning content in the home, food and living categories. SN Digital's Web sites -- HGTV.com, FoodNetwork.com, DIYnetwork.com, FineLiving.com, GACTV.com, Recipezaar.com, HGTVPro.com and FrontDoor.com -- are powered by engaging content, interactive tools and social spaces that take fans of Scripps Networks cable brands further into the story and offer online users information and inspiration to fuel their passions. SN Digital also distributes content to mobile and online partners, providing lifestyle solutions virtually anywhere, anytime.
About Scripps Networks
Scripps Networks is comprised of the lifestyle television brands HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, Fine Living Network and country music network Great American country (GAC). Scripps is the dominant media and marketing company in the home, food and lifestyle categories, developing content for television and the Internet, where on-air programming is complemented with an array of broadband video, social media areas and e-commerce components on companion Web sites that attract more than 17 million unique visitors each month.
In addition, Scripps Networks has launched HGTV and Food Network in high definition and is aggressively developing its emerging media platforms for broadband and video on demand. Scripps Networks also acquired popular recipe Web site Recipezaar.com and Incando Corp. in order to deepen its user-generated content capabilities. Scripps Networks' brands collectively are available in more than 170 countries and territories on all seven continents. They also are distributed to more than 1,000 outlets on U.S. military bases and U.S. embassies around the world via the American Forces Radio and Television Service.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Nashville and San Francisco, Scripps Networks is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, the leading developer of lifestyle-oriented content for television and the Internet. The company's media portfolio includes: Lifestyle Media, with popular lifestyle television brands HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, Fine Living Network and country music network Great American Country (GAC); and Interactive Services, including leading online search and comparison shopping services, Shopzilla and uSwitch.
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