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Vote: May Room Finalists

This month, the bar has been raised; seriously, our readers have it going on! Our gallery was flooded with top-notch rooms. Our team once again faced the difficult challenge of narrowing down the rooms to six fabulous finalists. Now we want to know, which one is your favorite? Let us know by casting your vote; the winner will be awarded a $50 Visa gift card courtesy of Project Nursery!

Evyn’s Colorful Cottage Nursery by Alyson Duke
Katy, of Caden Lane says, “I love the fresh look of this colorful nursery! She made the most of a small space, and the assortment of orange, purple, turquoise and red is just stunning! I especially love the offset shelves—so cool.”
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Copeland’s Colorful Nursery by apenrose
Beth, of Project Nursery says, “When you look at the details of this room, they are all incredibly eclectic, but the room looks masterfully put together. I’m amazed at how well all the different elements complement one another.”
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My Stylish Modern Nursery by MatthewsMom
Melisa, of Project Nursery says, “From floor to ceiling, this room is a perfect ten in my book. I love how the modern design is paired with a calming color scheme. There’s great use of lighting, and I’m smitten with the floor lamp from West Elm.”
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Beckham’s Preppy Nursery by Kristin
Pam, of Project Nursery says, “I just love those window panels! It was the perfect place to start with the room—they really pop! The color palette of this room really draws you in.”
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Isabella’s Room by jlfrola
Katy, of Caden Lane says, “This room could be a nursery OR a teenager’s room! The shades of grey with the pop of hot pink is brilliant, but truthfully, she had me at chevron.”
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Small Spaces Re-Vamp by cupcakeMAG Editor
Kristin, of Project Nursery says, “I absolutely adore this room. The bold color scheme brings this room to life, and they did a great job mixing and matching different patterns. They turned a small space into something fabulous!”
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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 31st of this month at 11:55pm PDT, and the 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 "Project of the Month":

  • Small Spaces Re-Vamp (3%, 96 Votes)
  • Isabella’s Room (6%, 198 Votes)
  • Evyn’s Colorful Cottage Nursery (8%, 240 Votes)
  • Beckham’s Preppy Nursery (9%, 287 Votes)
  • My Stylish Modern Nursery (35%, 1,096 Votes)
  • Copeland’s Colorful Nursery (38%, 1,187 Votes)

Total Voters: 3,104

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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 (announced tomorrow)!


Thursday 31st of May 2012

I like Copeland's room and it should be the winner!

Patra Mason

Thursday 31st of May 2012

I totally agree with Ms. Raley. I do know that this kind of creativity is passed from mother to daughter. Very impressed and I would love to see Copeland's room win.


Thursday 31st of May 2012

These rooms obviously all have babies in mind, whose parents wanted them to have a great room. It is always a matter of taste I suppose, but after years and years of working with children, I can attest to the fact that they respond to COLOR, and lots of it. The more colorful, and the more intriguing the area they inhabit, the more they are mentally stimulated to cognitive growth. I only see two rooms in this batch of offereings that even come close to meeting that criteria. One stands out more than the other for a couple of reasons, it used the black/white that smaller babies respond to, as well as looking toward future growth for the child, by implementing things like changeable pics in frames on a chalkboard surface that can become the thing of creativity for the child later on, giving them their own space to 'create', along with book shelves that can hold books of choice for years to come. Such forward thinking by the parents was utilized in such a great way, so my choice is narrowed down easily then to Copeland's room, as he is not only being given 'eye candy' now, but plenty for later as well. Add to that the unique tie the parents have given him to his own heritage and family history, and you have a knock-out combination. Copeland's room is far and away the best offering of the choices of rooms....hands down. Hope they get this one, the extra bonus of being frugal and showing us how to do this on a nickel, without compromising design is just awesome. Nice job!


Thursday 31st of May 2012

Copeland's room!


Thursday 31st of May 2012