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Vote: May Room Finalists

Wow Project Nursery readers, you’re making this a task!  After much consideration we bring you the finalists for May’s Room Project of the Month! Our Project Gallery uploads were fearless this month. We narrowed it down to these five inspirational spaces and can’t wait to hear who is your favorite!

Kenley’s Nursery by DaisyDrew
When Kenley’s parents started designing her nursery they decided to keep the blue-green walls that already existed in the room, regardless of the baby’s gender. Mom said she was aiming for “not to girlie and not too baby,” and we think she achieved it!
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Pretty in Pink Nursery by cmillis
You could say we were tickled pink when we saw that Annabelle’s nursery was inspired by Modern Baby Blue, the very room that inspired Project Nursery! Kind of neat to see what would have ended up in Melisa’s house if Austin was a girl!
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Elephant Nursery by Anita Roll Murals
The designers wanted to keep things simple, yet whimsical. They suggest going big with your art!
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Modern Vintage Nursery by kwill42
This designer got inspired by yesterday’s beauty and proved that vintage never goes out of style. She was sweet enough to share some DIY inspiration too!
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ABC’s of a Stylish Nursery by trenna travis design studio
Trenna embraces the high/low philosophy with this exceptionally bright and cheery nursery. She also generously shares her designer advice to help empower others!
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So now it’s up to you to tell us who your favorite is! Vote below and comment cause we’d love to hear why! Voting ends on the 31st of this month at 11:55pm PST and winners of best room and party will be revealed on June 1st! Winners will receive a $50 VISA gift card from Project Nursery. Good Luck!

Vote for your favorite "Room Project of the Month":

  • Elephant Nursery by Anita Roll Murals (2%, 53 Votes)
  • Pretty in Pink Nursery by cmillis (3%, 74 Votes)
  • Modern Vintage Nursery by kwill42 (6%, 152 Votes)
  • Kenley's Nursery by DaisyDrew (42%, 1,149 Votes)
  • ABC’s of a Stylish Nursery by trenna travis design studio (47%, 1,290 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,717

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*Finalist selections are chosen at the discretion of the Project Nursery team with no bias to the experience or training of the project owner. You may only vote once in a 24-hour period.

Interested in participating next month? Finalists are revealed on the 3rd Monday of every month. Upload your own projects to our Project Gallery now. Also, don’t forget to vote for your favorite Party Project this month!

  • Timi Pace

    Love the colors in this room. So alive, and yet quaint at the same time.

  • TR

    This should be no contest! The ABC’s of a stylish nursery by Trenna Travis is the clear-cut winner.

  • Antoinette

    I just absolutely adore what Trenna Travis created for her beautiful baby girl. Kinda makes me want another kid so I can create a nursery just like that one.

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  • http://www.bibzees.com bibzees

    They are all gorgeous but the ABC’s of a stylish nursery certainly stands out!

  • http://www.uta.edu musiqmaker225

    I actually think that Kenley’s nusery is by far the best design and look! I love the colors and the creative mix of modern with comfort. I know that ABC is in the lead, but I think that picture quality is what shows that nusery off the most.

  • Rochelle Wollman

    Kenley’s nursery is the cutest! Brillant colors, calm and serene environment for a baby and toddler. You can tell a great deal of love went into designing this nursery!

  • Yoshiko Torigoshi

    Kenley’s Room is by far the best. ABC is good but it just looks like a good photo and not so much a good room. Kenley’s is vibrant, tasteful and modern with a touch of sophistication. Just beautiful.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Trenna-Travis-Design-Studio/190613867619386 Trenna

    ALL these nurseries are WONDERFUL! What really makes them special are the LITTLE ONES who enjoy them. Props to all the Mommy’s, Daddy’s, friends and families who celebrate their kiddos by creating beautiful and comfy spaces for them to grow in! Thanks to all the voters! Looks like it’s gonna be a tight race! :)

  • Linley

    Kenley’s nursery is beautiful! The colors go together so well, and it’s not too girly.
    ABC is also good, but it has a dropside crib…?!

  • Linda C

    Love Kenley’s nursery…peaceful, calming, yet vibrant and inviting…will transition nicely to toddler’s bedroom.

  • http://www.ebabynurserydecoration.com ebaby decor

    The ABCs of a Sylish Nursery by Trenna Davis is my favorite.

  • Kailey

    ABC’s of a Stylish Nursery is my winner. Love the whites and the various pale shades of green. So refreshing and calm and clean. It’s really just perfect for me.

  • Janice

    I love the colors-especially the crib. It would be fun to lay on the rug and play with her! It’s wonderful.

  • Janice

    Janice: I love the colors-especially the crib. It would be fun to lay on the rug and play with her! It’s wonderful.

    Forgot to mention it ABC all the way!

  • C

    While all of the nurseries look wonderful, I don’t quite understand why the ABC’s nursery is allowed to compete. The “vintage” crib is a drop-down crib, which will be banned from sale, manufacture, resale, and distribution in the United States come June (source: http://www.webmd.com/parenting/news/20101215/drop-side-cribs-banned-safety-issues). Drop-down cribs have been recalled in the millions in the past decade due to the glaring design flaw that can cause suffocation and death. While I admire everything else about the nursery, should this website really be promoting a crib that will be illegal in 2 weeks?

  • CDT

    First of all I think each nursery is lovely and do believe Kenley’s and ABC’s are the top two. I respect Trenna for her comment as I can only assume she’s the same Trenna that designed her nursery. She sounds like someone I would like as she understands the spirit of this. The most recent poster “C” I take great offense by. Why the hostility?

    I have recently read articles that indicate safety numbers are WAY UP in drop down and drop side cribs and while they are no longer allowed to be made or sold without adherence to new safety rules, there are many things to consider.

    First off this is a design competition from best I can tell. Second, and maybe most important, there’s this syndrome all parents are all too afraid of called SIDS–so there are plenty … too many… newborns dying in cribs of all types. Babies who sleep in their parents bed also have mortality concerns.

    Furthermore the automobile is about the most dangerous invention of all time yet we all use our cars every day and have plenty of car design competitions.

    I hope “C” does not taint anyone’s viewpoints and that all the readers enjoy this competition and the other frequent competitions of Project Nursery.

    Nothing is more precious than the lives of our children and we all have much bigger concerns than “C” lobbying for her friend to win this competition.

    Geez!

  • Trenna Travis

    C,

    Thanks so much C for bringing that to my attention. I was completely unaware of the ban that would be taking place soon. Of course while I made every effort to create a beautiful room for my sweet baby girl by no means did I, nor will I ever put aesthetics over the safety of my children. I just did some research and see that that many recall firms are providing consumers with free repair kits to immobilize the drop sides. I will have a professional secure mine.

  • C

    @CDT – no hostility was intended; if I came across that way, I sincerely apologize. I tried to be very careful in my wording because in all honesty, it is a beautiful nursery. To address your points:
    1) Yes, it’s a design competition, and it is specifically because of the unsafe design of drop-down cribs that they are being banned.
    2) Straw-man argument. Yes, many parents are much more worried about SIDS than their choice of crib and they well should be, as the causes for it are not fully known or understood. Still, that doesn’t mean parents should be exposing their child to a risk that is ENTIRELY PREVENTABLE, simply by purchasing a crib without faulty design or stricter regulation standards.
    3) Straw-man argument again. No one’s arguing that cars aren’t more dangerous than cribs. You also can’t just go out and manufacture a custom designed car in the same way that you can arrange a custom designed nursery. You just can’t draw a comparison between the two.

    @Trenna – I said it before and I’ll say it again, I sincerely meant no hostility towards your nursery. It looks amazing, and I wish I had the kind of creative talent that you clearly possess. Nor was I attempting to imply that you would purposely place aesthetics over safety, I think we can safely assume that no one who browses this website would do that. The argument I was trying to make was merely regarding the inclusion of that specific type of crib. Again, your nursery looks absolutely wonderful, your daughter is incredibly lucky.

  • T

    All the babies that have these creative rooms are so lucky.
    Neither of my children had cribs or bedrooms for that matter to tuck them in at night!
    Count your blessings and appreciate the beauty.

    ABC room your tact is commendable.

  • Remedios

    I vote for ABC’s of a Stylish Nursery. It’s the kind of room I wouldn’t want to leave! I can just stay here and sleep, read, and even work. It looks so positive, pure and happy.

  • Suzie

    I love how light, bright and airy the ABC’s room looks. It’s the kind of room I’d have for my own child!

  • Maripat

    This is so beautiful!! You have my vote.
    It is strange C that you care so much who is entered in this contest, and who should be “allowed” you may need to get a hobby, or start your own contests where you can choose who is “allowed”

    And on the safety note, obviously there is not indeed TOO much concern about these cribs if they are GOING to be made illegal and are not enforced right now!! If that had anything to do with this design contest. Im sure she wont win your safest room award, but she deserves to win this design one!

  • Linda C

    Just love Kenley’s nursery by Daisy Drew…well done!

  • Rochelle Wollman

    I don’t know if anyone else is having trouble voting. I’ve tried for two days to vote and the website shows who is ahead but will not allow me vote.

  • Kenneth

    Rochelle Wollman,

    voting ended on 5/31 at 1155pm pacific time. the site was working fine up until then and is reflected in the changing numbers of votes cast.

  • Rochelle Wollman

    I know voting ended yesterday. I tried all day on 5/31 to vote and the website would not let me. The total number of votes was showing. Thanks for taking the time to reply.

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