Sweet Child Designs
Girly nursery with pink details. Focal point is the butterfly dandelion. I didnt want the room to be too pink thats why I decided for a white scheme with pink accents
A calming, woodland themed nursery for my soon-to-be-born son.
Nursery with wall painting and decals of sea world I illustrated. If you like it you can find more animals on my facebook page
We wanted to create a room that was what we would’ve liked as a kid. The original idea was to make the room feel like it was a forest glade, but we didn’t have time to paint that detailed a mural and so much of the walls are window that it wouldn’t really have worked. We settled on three season trees: Summer, Spring and Autumn (I hate winter) and proceeded to populate with creatures – some by us, some by our friends. We also added some metal elements (like the clock and curtain rods) to give it a Narnia feel.
Liam’s Nursery is an eclectic mix of found objects, antiques, and handmade items. I personally challenged myself to design and create many of the arts and crafts projects that would decorate the room. I crafted the “Liam” letters using paper mache letters, maps, and hodgepodge. I highlighted areas on the map that my husband and I had traveled to. I used the same collage technique on a handmade cardboard deer head that I cut out and handcrafted. I then challenged my Photoshop skills to make two graphic posters. The first incorporates the lyrics to our wedding first dance song “I Cross my Heart” by George Straight. The lyrics were very fitting for this occasion. The second image is of Zoey, Liam’s furry big sister.Lastly, I dusted off my sewing machine and put my amateur sewing skills to work to create the large, overstuffed, teal seahorse puff. All other items were either gifted to us, found, or purchased at antique stores. One of my favorite finds were the two silk screen prints of a plane and ship, printed over vintage maps. These were found in a small nautical antique shop in Ohio.
This was a very special room for my client, her son was finally done with his crib and it was time for a big boy bed! We wanted to make this a room that would be suitable for him throughout the years so we decided to go with a queen size bed.
This is the Vintage Nautical Nursery my husband and I put together for our little boy. We had a budget of $1000 and crafted and created the whole room for under $800! We love this space & wanted to share it with you! :)
Our house is made up of books. Pages and bindings fill as many cracks as we can stuff them into. Stories line our walls, cocooning us in a world of words.
And now they do that for Griffin.
A modern nursery with a slight nautical twist.
Lots of DIY and sentimental pieces all in one place for my little girl
Nia’s First Birthday!!
Rivaling my honors thesis and my wedding, finding just the right elements for Charlie’s vintage airplane nursery produced a finished product I am so proud of.
I wanted the room to be peaceful and warm, yet with sections of vibrant colors to create an aestically pleasing vision for my baby. I got many ideas from Project Nursery and Pinterest.
We made one of the wall stand out with colors in a chevron design. The shelves, the Disney pictures and the Penelope Bird Mobile were all DYI projects that added a personal touch to the room.
Pink and Cream Classical, Elegance and Antiques.
This was what we did prior to baby Adler being born. We painted the walls a dark gray. Re-purposed and painted an old dresser green to use for a changing table. Re finished the rocker with a simple coat of white paint. And to top it all off we made a magnetic chalk board wall behind the crib and trimmed it out to make it pop. Lastly added a few floating book shelves, a lamp, some accessories and a rug to match the color scheme and we now have a wonderful baby room!
The perfect mix of 2 great colors!
This is a Pinterest nursery if there ever was one! I took several different ideas that I loved and combined them to create a fun, girly circus theme for our new baby girl, Evia. In the last month of my pregnancy, I was nesting like a mad woman! I ended up making or altering the majority of things in the nursery. To be truthful, it’s now my favorite room in the house…I’m wondering why I haven’t put this much work into the rest of the rooms!
A fun Gender reveal brunch party!
I designed this nursery for my sweet baby boy. We wanted a nursery that was calm and soothing…easily changed to work for a baby girl later on…and not too babyish! The walls are grey, the linens are white, and the furniture is mostly white. The bookshelves and woven shade are chocolate.