Vote: Room Project of the Month Finalists, June

It’s never too late to honor June’s Room Project of the Month! We’ve held back this contest until we could update some important technical mumbo-jumbo. Our one of a kind gallery highlights all the incredible projects our community has to share and we wouldn’t want our readers and designing parents to miss out. June’s Project Gallery uploads offered quite a bit of of retro flair. Are we seeing a trend here? What do you think readers? Your votes do count!

Blue Owl Nursery by Woh
What a groovy, mid-century modern themed owl nursery. And get this, it’s a plexi-glass crib! See the front? Oh, wait you can’t.
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Sloan’s bright and modern with a twist of Vintage Nursery by nicolefaby
She had us at the yellow Jenny Lind crib. Period.
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Serene, Gender-Neutral Nursery for a Surprise Baby by Gretchen Schuett
Elegant, neutral and beautiful. We could spend hours in here!
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Baby L’s Room by LLindenmayer
A show stopping, contemporary design perfectly carried throughout the entire nursery.
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Jude’s Vintage Nursery by ginnyphillips
Eye-catching 70’s vintage with loads of DIY.
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Gray and Pink Forest by maricaslp
Soft, modern and particularly enamored with the sweet 3 dimensional elements.
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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 also love to hear why. Voting has been extended to end on Sunday, July 10th at 11:59pm PST. Winners of the best room and party will be revealed on July 11th and receive a $50 VISA gift card from Project Nursery. Good Luck!

*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.

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

  • Baby L’s Room by LLindenmayer (1%, 37 Votes)
  • Gray and Pink Forest by maricaslp (2%, 60 Votes)
  • Serene, Gender-Neutral Nursery for a Surprise Baby by Gretchen Schuett (7%, 191 Votes)
  • Blue Owl Nursery by Woh (16%, 435 Votes)
  • Sloan’s bright and modern with a twist of Vintage Nursery by nicolefaby (35%, 942 Votes)
  • Jude’s Vintage Nursery by ginnyphillips (37%, 989 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,654

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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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    All of the nurseries are gorgeous-hard to choose but I LOVED Sloan’s room the best. SLOAN’S room is beautiful. The cutest girl nursery I have seen since my daughter’s. LOVE IT!

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    I LOVE Jude’s nursery! It’s so different and unique! An amazing mix of vintage and modern!

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    Thank you so much! Please continue to vote for Jude’s nursery! This is so amazing and I am so grateful to be a part of the finalists! :) Thank you to all who have commented, it makes me feel so happy :)

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    Gretchen Schuett’s is my favorite. With a baby that some day will become a child, then teen, this room will be very easy to transition into the next stages of life and still be cool. I also noticed, as a consumer, that these colors are trendy yet classic for years to come.

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    All of the nurseries are very creative but Sloan’s to me best captures lots of different details that are pulled together beautifully and fit an infant’s room that could grow into a child’s room. The yellow crib is bright and happy with a dandelion print bed skirt that not only matches the ceiling print, but also the maternity picture above the crib. The owls are subtle but also tied in throughout and seem to compliment well the swing shelves and the outdoor feel of the branches. Some of the other nurseries I think I would love for my own room! They are great and tied in well, but a lot of them seem “older” where this one, in my opinion, keeps the youthful feel that I think a nursery should have. Kudos to everyone though on beautiful work and vision! To each his own and it’s wonderful that all of these moms’ personalities shine through!

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    I agree with Lynn! Owls are so trendy right now and Sloan’s room does a subtle job of bringing them and all of the different patterns in. All of the rooms are great and inspiring in their own ways. This one is just the most fun and cheery.

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    I agree with Lynn & Heather, Sloan’s room is very cheerful and colorful and would have no problem transitioning into a child’s room…The creativity is outstanding and each piece seems to compliment the next…All the nurseries are very nice and it is obvious a lot of thought and hard work was put into them, however, Sloan’s room captures the essence of a beautiful nursery that will be conducive to a baby/child’s needs for years to come…

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    the best was how the tree branches from the ceiling brought outside in. Also liked the shelves which hang down from ceiling. they looked so light. and the oval mirror had such a relaxing , home feel to it

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    Sloan’s nursery is my fave. I love that they didn’t really stick to a strict theme and just went about it, ending up with elements that are a bit of anything and everything. And it turned out so beautifully!!!

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    Thanks for all the sweet comments!! :) Keep voting for Sloan’s nursery!! The competition is amazing here I am honored just to be considered!! :)

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    The rooms are all so beautiful, it’s so hard to vote for one. I had to narrow my favorites down to two. It was really a tie between Sloan’s and Jude’s. But I ended up voting for Sloan’s because it looks a lot brighter and more fit for a baby, while Jude’s room is darker and more grown-up.

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    I voted for Jude’s nursery! It’s adorable, and totally different than any nursery I’ve ever seen–really original and I love all of the DIY elements! I also love that it’s a room that he can grow into–it isn’t too babyish, like most nurseries.

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    Sloan’s nursery is the most creative that I have seen. So unique. Well put together and very chic! Good luck. You deserve to be the winner!!!!

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    My partner and I are adopting a baby girl and I found Sloan’s room to be most inspiring!! So bright and colorful! He is in the Navy and I hope to have it all done by the time he returns from a 6 month deployment! Good Luck Sloan’s Room!!

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    Jude’s Vintage Nursery is so creative and well put-together! LOVE the color scheme and the fact that the theme is not overwhelming :-)

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    Jude’s vintage nursery has all the little touches that complete the fabulous look! And the fact that there is so much DIY and the use of “found” items makes it even more amazing! Ginny has put together a wonderful nursery that will transition well to a little boy’s room. Wish I had the talent and creativity that Ginny obviously does! Go “Jude’s Vintage Nursery!”

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    Found Sloan’s room very colorful. Thanks for some idea’s on what to do for my daughter’s nursery!!

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    HEY JUDE!!!!! DON’T MAKE IT BAD!!! Especially when you have a SUPER COOL ROOM!!!!

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    Love the “Sloan room”. Very creative, cost conscious and the colors all come together for a great look! P.S. Ditch the “Pepsi crate and replace with Coke!!! LOL

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