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Vote: November Room Finalists

We love seeing all of your hard work from this past month, and it makes us so proud to share some of our favorite rooms from the gallery. Sharing is caring, as they say, and at Project Nursery, we definitely care! Please take a look at these finalists, and vote for your favorite below. The winner will receive a $50 Visa gift certificate, courtesy of Project Nursery.

Gold Polka Dots on Nursery Wall - Project NurseryGeorgia’s Peachy Punchy Room by SeeMomChic
Katy, of Caden Lane, says, “I love how the style of this room can easily transition from nursery to big girl room, and those gold dots…I’m drooling!”

Eclectic Vintage Heirloom Nursery with Embroidery Hoop Art - Project NurseryRyann’s Heirloom Nursery by emily.abell
Pam, of Project Nursery, says, “There is no denying the power of heirloom accents and how special they can make a space. This room is overflowing with details that were passed down to baby, keeping the family history alive in such a lovely, sentimental way.”

 

Classic Baby Blue Nursery with British Theme and Paper Poms - Project NurseryLiam’s Classic British Baby Blue Nursery by Lisa Mark Hines
Melisa, of Project Nursery, says, “There is something so classic about this boy nursery. The soft shade of blue and the playful accents, like those Union Jack trunks and the colorful tissue poms, make this room unique and just lovely to look at.”

 

Gray and Orange Nursery with Card Catalogs - Project NurseryDaddy-Designed Transition Room by Nick Scarpino
Sabrina, of Project Nursery, says, “First of all, I love that this room was designed by Dad. We know a lot of dads participate in the creative process, but it’s great to see that this father took the bull by the horns. I love the layering of patterns and color, which is all balanced with the gray foundation. This dad clearly has a lot of style.”

 

Pink + Red NurserySofia’s Pink + Red Nursery by AT Kelly Design
Beth, of Project Nursery, says, “This color scheme is a bold choice that paid off in a lovely feminine room that doesn’t feel over-the-top girly. I love the paint treatment on the dresser—another daring choice that had a great result. This is a room that will continue to grow with little Sofia.”

 

Elegant Pink and Grey NurseryElegant Pink & Grey Nursery by StephStiles
Kristin, of Project Nursery, says, “This is a great example of how traditional, vintage design never goes out of style! We’ve seen these colors before, but this nursery exemplifies why pink and grey will always be a perfect color combo, especially if you are aiming for an ultra-feminine, soft look.”

 

So now it’s up to you to tell us which room is your favorite! Vote below, and comment if you can because we’d love to hear why your pick got your vote. Voting ends on the 30th of this month at 11:55pm PDT, and the winners of best room and party will be revealed on December 2nd! Winners will receive a $50 Visa gift card from Project Nursery. Good Luck!

You may only vote once in a 24-hour period.

Vote for Your Favorite "Project of the Month:"

  • Elegant Pink & Grey Nursery (10%, 64 Votes)
  • Daddy-Designed Transition Room (11%, 69 Votes)
  • Sofia's Pink + Red Nursery (13%, 82 Votes)
  • Liam's Classic British Baby Blue Nursery (13%, 86 Votes)
  • Georgia's Peachy Punchy Room (18%, 117 Votes)
  • Ryann's Heirloom Nursery (34%, 220 Votes)

Total Voters: 638

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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.

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!

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