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Vote: December Room Finalists

The wait is over! We are excited to announce our six finalists of December, and we know you, too, will be thrilled. Take a look at the talented, creative energy and inspiration put into these projects, and you’ll be instantly impressed. We need you, readers, to tell us which room is your favorite so please vote so that we can send a deserving winner a $50 Visa gift certificate, courtesy of Project Nursery.

Colorful Circus Gender Neutral Nursery by howjoyful
Katy, of Caden Lane, says, “My favorite part of this nursery is the chevron drawers. No, wait, the marquee letter. NO WAIT…the personalized map on the door! Okay, so I love it all.”
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Quincy’s Navy, Coral and White Nursery by julie405
Pam, of Project Nursery, says, “The rich navy walls with the pop of coral accent is just gorgeous! This nursery is truly as elegant and sophisticated as a nursery can be.”
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Veda Jane’s Carnival Nursery by hannahgoodrich
Kristin, of Project Nursery, says, “We know crib tents are a popular trend, but we’ve never seen one as lovely as this! And best of all, this circus tent—the obvious focal point of the room—was created in a budget-friendly, affordable way.”
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Le Petite World Traveler by valontheroad
Melisa, of Project Nursery, says, “This baby is sure to become an adventurous globetrotter with a nursery like this! Everything from the worldly wallpaper to the subtle elephant theme to the color palette help to make this a beautiful, serene nursery.”
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Abram’s Nursery by hmazzuto
Beth, of Project Nursery, says, “The letter A bookshelf in this nursery knocks my socks off. I love it! What a lucky boy to have such an amazing piece made by his grandfather in his beautifully designed room.”
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Twin Nursery for Berkley and Haxton by Embellish Interiors
Melanie, of Your Scout Style, says, “This is by far the most precious twin room I’ve ever seen. I adore the matching bedding (in pink for girl, blue for boy) and how the designers incorporated both colors into the nursery. The vintage table with the personalized chairs is a darling touch, as is the vintage artwork above the cribs. Beautiful from top to bottom!”
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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 PST, and the winners of best room and party will be revealed on January 2nd! Winners will receive a $50 Visa gift card from Project Nursery. Good Luck!

Vote for Your Favorite "Project of the Month":

  • Twin Nursery for Berkley and Haxton (4%, 28 Votes)
  • Veda Jane's Carnival Nursery (9%, 57 Votes)
  • Abram's Nursery (13%, 83 Votes)
  • Quincy's Navy, Coral, and White Nursery (17%, 109 Votes)
  • Le Petit World Traveler (25%, 161 Votes)
  • Colorful Circus Gender Neutral Nursery (33%, 212 Votes)

Total Voters: 649

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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!


Thursday 20th of December 2012

I ate the bumpers off my crib. I like baby Abram's nursery! That geometric light fixture will surely get his mind thinking! and the wall mounted abacus is awesome. Get that focus on!


Thursday 20th of December 2012

I just love the play of neutral colors and the elegant subtlety in Le Petite World Traveler.


Tuesday 18th of December 2012

Loved le Petite world traveler because of the wonderful mix of colours and style.

I also appreciated that Abram's nursery was bumperless as I didn't know that they were hazardous until very recently- it is nice when decorators use pictures of what they will actually be using and with all of the nurseries still with bumpers and all of the excess bedding, I would never have even thought it was a problem.