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A Pink & Gold Nursery for Baby Everly!

This sweet nursery was designed by Nicole Blattner for her baby girl, Everly.  We can’t seem to decide on our favorite part of the room, but the gold name plaque and assorted wall flowers are stunning, and are a perfect focal point for the nursery.  Featured on the simple white crib is our Pink & Gold Baby Bedding Collection, a popular crib set for a baby girl’s nursery.  The gold polka dot crib sheet and 3 layered crib skirt gives the nursery bedding a feminine feel.  The white crib rail cover is accented with pink ruffle, gold ties, and monogrammed with Everly’s initials.  Because the front crib rail is wider than most, we customized the rail cover to fit by making it slightly wider.  The sweet corner shelves are perfect for mementos and keepsakes.  We made the custom pink and gold curtains to Nicole’s specifications with gold polka dot panels trimmed with layers of pink ruffles.

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Mary Poppins Nursery

A simple, bright, & ladylike room for a past client ( Library Nursery ) who was drawn to daring red accents and a love for a very special nanny. This classic design was centered around an out-of-the ordinary color palette of gutsy red, rose quartz, and Chantilly lace. Our client asked us to incorporate subtle elements from her favorite childhood story of Mary Poppins and to reuse and repeat some of the key pieces that were in her son’s nursery. A timeless poppies { pun intended } wallpaper is the focal point while a copper, oversized spoon is hung for the sweetest decor piece. A soft blue uniform fabric dresses the windows, grey and white zig-zags ground the room, and a traditional buffalo check pattern makes an appearance. The tufted ottoman adds softness and an IKEA dresser is revamped using gorgeous scaled knobs in brass. Hints of the vintage story are made throughout from a well-known quote on a decorative pillow to a framed wall art that notes each iconic symbol. An adorable penguin hamper, a woodlands floor lamp, and the flower pot sugar container are just some of our favorite details in this “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” room. 

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Gender Neutral Eclectic Nursery

My husband and I waited five year before finally successfully conceiving. With a little help from science and lots of patience we were expecting our first child. It was so surreal at the time to be decorating a nursery. I felt the room had to be very personal and somewhat reflect our life style that would soon be welcoming this tiny human into our family.

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Black + White + All the Colors Gender Neutral Nursery

While I was pregnant, my husband and I decided early on to wait until our baby’s birth to find out the gender. Because of this, deciding how to decorate a nursery was a bit of a challenge. Neutrals are great, but being someone who loves color and lots of it, I knew an all white and gray nursery wasn’t for me. I decided to decorate the nursery in black, white, and grey with lots of patterns and textures and throw in the whole color wheel to brighten things up.

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Commercial Design Project, Kids’ Waiting Room for Princeton University

Children’s waiting room interior design project at  Princeton University. I was beyond thrilled when contacted by a team of scientists ( psychologists and neurologists ) at Princeton University. This group of professors and graduate students from the Turk-Brown Laboratory are conducting research on the infant’s brain by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (or fMRI), to see how they learn, remember and think. My job was to turn a tiny 7’x10′ windowless study room into an inviting but not too “clinical” waiting room for the mothers or fathers and siblings of the babies being studied.

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Webb’s Gender Neutral Rustic Modern Nursery

For our second son’s nursery we were using a former guest room that gets a lot of light, so we wanted to keep the palette neutral, airy, and mature. We didn’t want to be tied down by a set theme, but decided that rustic, barn-inspired accents would make it feel a little more masculine.

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Jacks Dream Rug/Room

This was all about creating a space he wanted to spend time in. We wanted him to play a part in making some of the decor choices which makes him love his new big boy room that much more.

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Baby L’s Pink and Gray Nursery

We wanted a calm, soft space with some old and new elements mixed in. The room features some vintage blankets, hints of metallics, retro starburst mirrors, and lots of fluffy white and sheepskin!

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Elena’s Mint and Pink Nursery

I wanted something soft, classic and neutral that would eventually transition to Elena’s big girl bedroom.  Initially I had painted her walls a medium gray with aqua, light pink and dark pink accents.  As time went on I grew to dislike the gray walls more and more.  My husband kept telling me that it needed to be something softer, more feminine (this coming from a guys guy!).  I chose a soft mint color for the walls and added in gold, white and pink accents.  I transferred the decor and furniture that wasn’t used in the new design to her playroom.  Not only does my husband love the transformation, but Elena does too!

Palm Beach Inspired Nursery
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Edie’s Palm Beach Inspired Nursery

I started the project knowing I wanted to use the black and cream Dalmatian print wallpaper as a backdrop; from there I added coral and gold with green palm accents.  Nurseries are so fun because you can use themes and colors that are completely separate from the rest of your house!

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Emery’s Feathery Fox Nursery

I wanted to create a bright and airy space with pops of jewel tone colors. A little bit of gold glitter helped bring it all together.

Family Heirloom Refinished in Pink
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Mint and Pink Nursery for Georgia

Soft mint and pink girly nursery for our first child, without being over the top frilly. Her nursery was a labour of love and we spent the better part of my pregnancy researching, shopping and constructing; the final shelves were installed the day my water broke :-)

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Delicate Aqua Nursery

I went for all white furniture, a light gray wall color with an accent wall in aqua, an extra large tree wall vinyl decal and a gallery wall with black frames. For more pictures and a complete tour visit teamotoo.com.

Pastels and Gold Nursery
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Pretty Pastels and Gold Nursery

Soft pastel colors, with pops of gold give this nursery a pretty yet modern feel, all while being soothing and calming for the new baby.