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Vote: August Room Finalists

Vacation days are dwindling, and everyone is starting to think about resuming their regular schedules. While some folks may be relaxing and enjoying this final stretch of the summer, you’ve been busier than ever with your uploads to our Project Gallery. August has been chock-full of incredible designs, from preppy-chic to vintage sweetness to modern elegance. After you’ve finished unpacking that last vacation bag, please take a minute to vote for one of these finalists, all in the running for a $50 Visa gift card courtesy of Project Nursery.

Twinsies by kmckz
Melisa, of Project Nursery, says, “I just adore the gender-neutral color palette, modern simplicity and bold graphic area rug selected by this soon-to-be mom of twins! But for me, placing the two Stokke cribs center stage is the icing on the cake. It’s all about the babies here as every nursery should be.”
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Blue and Orange Nursery for Baby Boy by alyssacogdill
Melanie, of Your Style Scout, says, “I really adore the orange and blue color combination for a boy’s room. It’s a color palette that can grow with the child, and it’s very bright and cheerful. I love the simple use of a monogram as artwork and the fabric bunting that was hung in the corner.”
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Vintage Pink and White Nursery by shuttermom
Kristin, of Project Nursery, says, “This room is so serene and feminine. It’s simple, vintage style at its best, and I can only imagine how calming it would be for both mother and daughter to spend time together in this setting.”
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Elleanor’s Nursery by dwellingsbydevore
Pam, of Project Nursery, says, “This is one of the most chic, sophisticated nurseries I’ve seen. The birdcage chandelier and the yellow-striped ceiling, along with the headboard in the crib, are unique touches that bring this room together in a beautiful way.”
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Project Sterling by brookeevan
Sabrina, of Project Nursery, says, “As a lover of almost anything preppy, I adore the use of the pink and green color combo. The room is also a wonderful balance of a traditional preppy look with a twist of modern with details like the cardboard chandelier and elephant bust.”
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Emily’s Artsy Traditional Nursery by Carolyn
Beth, of Project Nursery, says, “This room is gorgeous—I love the high-contrast of the darker pink with the white furniture. Can you believe that artwork was DIY? I want it in my house!”
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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 September 4th! Winners will receive a $50 Visa gift card from Project Nursery. Good Luck!

Vote for Your Favorite "Project of the Month":

  • Vintage Pink and White Nursery (2%, 40 Votes)
  • Blue and Orange Nursery for Baby Boy (3%, 60 Votes)
  • Elleanor's Nursery (4%, 71 Votes)
  • Twinsies (8%, 144 Votes)
  • Emily's Artsy Traditional Nursery (37%, 656 Votes)
  • Project Sterling (45%, 786 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,757

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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!


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Saturday 1st of September 2012

786 cross eyed, color blind voters? Odd.


Friday 31st of August 2012

too old...

Wrong Thread Guy

Friday 31st of August 2012

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Mike Twilley

Friday 31st of August 2012

project nursery comments section is much more soothing than dallas observer comments section. I think it's all the pink. they use pink in mental institutions due to its calming nature. i hope to see it in parking garages soon as well