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Vote: May Room Finalists

May has brought out the sunshine in all of you! The rooms this month have been designed with such chic style, creative thinking and fantastic vision. We’re in awe of all the hard work that went into the projects we’ve seen in the gallery, and narrowing it down to our six favorites was a true challenge. Check out our amazing May room finalists, and please tell us which of them inspires you the most by voting below. The project that receives the most votes by the end of the month will receive a $50 Visa gift card, courtesy of Project Nursery.

Orange and Beige Fox-Themed Nursery - Project Nursery

A Fox-Themed Nursery for Britain Fox! by Monica Baker
Sabrina, of Project Nursery, says, “I love the DIY ‘bambino’ sign above the window, and the fact that this whimsical room was done on a budget goes to show that you don’t have to break the bank to get fantastic results.”

Vintage Nursery with Suitcase Shelves - Project Nursery

Little Miss World Traveler Nursery by conniejo1864
Pam, of Project Nursery, says, “This nursery makes you want to pack your bags and explore the world. The details like the big world map on the wall and the eclectic light fixture are great, but using those vintage suitcases as bookshelves is pure genius.”

Eclectic Navy and Coral Girl's Nursery - Project Nursery

Livi’s Navy and Coral Nursery by meethaha
Beth, of Project Nursery, says, “This nursery is filled with so much whimsy and eclecticism that you know this lucky little girl is going to have a ball growing up in there.”

Traditional Yellow and Gray Nursery - Project Nursery

Yellow and Gray Baby Boy Nursery by Victoria Elizabeth Design
Melisa, of Project Nursery, says, “This room is vibrant and warm with that rich and buttery shade of yellow on the walls and the cozy shag rug. It goes to show that some of the best boys’ nurseries can be done in alternative colors to blue!”

Preppy Coral, Navy and Gold Girl's Nursery - Project Nursery

Coral, Navy and Gold Girl’s Nursery by Jen Welch
Sabrina, of Project Nursery, says, “This project speaks to my preppy soul! I love the color combination of coral and navy, and that stenciled wall is amazing—it’s so classic and fun!”

Vintage-Inspired Study and Playroom - Project Nursery

Vintage-Inspired American Boys Study & Playroom by kgforgione
Kristin, of Project Nursery, says, “Even little boys can use a study for their homework, art projects and just some relaxation. This room is a fresh take on a man cave for little guys—it’s tasteful and masculine with those great Americana accents.”

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 May 31st at 11:55pm PDT, and the winners of best room and party will be revealed on June 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:"

  • Yellow and Gray Baby Boy Nursery (1%, 26 Votes)
  • Coral, Navy and Gold Girl's Nursery (2%, 39 Votes)
  • Vintage-Inspired American Boys Study & Playroom (7%, 142 Votes)
  • Little Miss World Traveler Nursery (7%, 145 Votes)
  • A Fox-Themed Nursery for Britain Fox! (40%, 797 Votes)
  • Livi's Navy and Coral Nursery (43%, 859 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,008

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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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    I was able to vote. I picked the world traveler room and especially loved the vintage suitcase shelves as well as the globe lamp and the bedding. Love that it could be used for a boy or a girl!

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