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Casa di Izzy

When I found out I was having a girl I immediately turned to Pinterest to gain inspiration for the nursery. I wanted the room to be girly and elegant which is why I chose a color palette of blush, mauve and gold. The custom ceiling wallpaper is my favorite feature- a timeless design I hope my daughter will continue to love as she gets older. My advice for future moms is research, research, research and never be afraid to add a little pink ;)

White Gender Neutral Nursery
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White Gender Neutral Nursery

I knew from the start that I wanted to create a bright but neutral space four our 4th baby who’s gender was a surprise! I didn’t want the room to be too masculine or feminine so we kept the color pallet very simple with mostly white and a few dashes of varying shades of gray and tan. Our surprise baby arrived a month early and is a darling little girl who we named Portlynn Blake.

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Viv’s Gray and White Nursery

We wanted a nursery for baby girl that would be functional, feminine and something she could grow into.  The previous owners put in the wainscoting/bead board and chandelier so we wanted to work around both of those things.

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Huntley’s Things Collected Nursery

Originally I had envisioned a modern chic-nursery in teal and yellow, but fell in love with this crib (not at all modern) and decided on a completely different style for this nursery.
When I was pregnant, I would always be on the lookout for things that would work for in the nursery. Sometimes, I would just buy things because I loved it, not because it would match – you’ll notice I use tons of prints and patterns. If you knew me,  you would know me as a collector of vintage! My mother-in-law is a perfect example of this, she purchased from flea markets/antique stores, etc. some of the beautiful vintage things including the ceramic shoes, cream hanger hook, and wooden gold floral piece in the corner. Three of the frames and art on the gallery wall are also vintage, two of which I painted in gold glitter.
I knew pink would be perfect for this vintage-glam theme, but my husband didn’t want a bubblegum pink and so we decided on this pretty peach.
As some might think this small room seems a bit cluttered and too small for all that’s in it, Huntley just loves taking tours around her room with so much to see and touch!

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Chloe’s Mermaid Inspired Big Girl Room

When we started this project, the room was in a very common state – they had already made the big move from crib to big girl bed but most everything else in the room was leftover from nursery days.  Her changing table was the first thing to go and we knew we needed to upgrade the lighting, window treatments and seating in the room.  Overall her mom wanted a bright, fun room full of colorful accents and with just enough sassiness to satisfy her little girl’s hot pink and mermaid fantasies.

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Kyliahna’s Pink and Teal Room

I am excited to finally have a daughter and creating her nursery was the first on my to do list. Unfortunately due to my limited activity from being on bed rest, I was not able to do all the shopping I wanted, so most of my purchases were made online. I was able to complete her room before my stay at the hospital for the duration of my pregnancy after 32 weeks. I’m so excited her nursery is complete and waiting for her arrival!
I have always loved the color combination black and pink and to add a little bit of change, I’ve added different shades of blue to her color pallet. I started with the custom bedding from Etsy with JDesigns and used the damask, chevron, and minky in hot pink, black, white, and teal color scheme. I found a wonderful damask rug at Garden Ridge which enhanced the black chandelier. I already had the antique mirror and vanity in the room so in order to coordinate the existing furniture I decided on a white crib and changing table. The only thing missing is a recliner. Unfortunately my husband was not a fan of the gray glider I purchased from Target and we are still in search of a comfortable gray or black recliner to complete her room. In regards to accessories, I purchased most of the storage bins at either TJ Max or Home Goods. I am a fan of elephants lately and one of my close friends purchased the blue elephant for her shelf and we purchased the gray floor elephant from Costco which looks very similar to the Hardware Restoration version.
I’m excited about her arrival and I hope she enjoys all the hard work that went through completing her room.

Pink and Gray Girl Nursery Crib
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Ariana Isabel’s Pink and Grey Room

I wanted my daughter to have a simple but elegant room where everything has a place.  I also wanted to use light soothing colors that could easily transition with her as she got older.

Nursery with Striped Ceilings and Barbie Art Room View
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DIY Barbie Nursery

Custom designed nursery for Brooklyn.  Hot pink, lime green, turquoise, black & white.  Barbie art & DIY Barbie sunburst mirror.  Upholstered twin bed & turquoise crib.  Design & color palette intended to grow with the child.

Gender Neutral Baby Shower Table Setting
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Gender Neutral Baby Shower for Kelsey & Eric

My mom is a wedding planner, and I assist her.  Her vendors would literally do anything for her, which is one of the reasons this shower was so spectacular.  They went above and beyond… the pictures were amazing, and we had a videographer (check the video out in the photo gallery).  So amazing!  My husband’s aunts and cousins, along with my mom, mother-in-law and sister-in-law went above and beyond with every detail.  They provided brunch, mimosas, a juice bar, cake, and amazing bath sugar scrub for favors.  Everything from the linens to the doily place cards made it so personal and special.  They created an ABC book where each guest took a letter and designed a page.

Girl Shabby Chic Hot PInk and Aqua Nursery Room View
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Arabella’s Pink and Turquoise Nursery

The moment I found out I was having a girl, I  knew I wanted her room to be girly and nothing themed! I began searching  online for inspiration and the Finley bedding was what kept catching my attention. I kept with the colors in the bedding for the wall color and other accents in the room.

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Baby Wolfrum’s Nursery

This is a nursery for my first baby girl. Of course once we found out we were having a girl I immediately started thinking about her nursery. I wanted something girly but not over the top. We decided to go with neutral colors and pops of baby pink. We also incorporated animal prints.

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Pink and Blue Nursery

I wanted to create a warm, happy and serene nursery for my second child.  My first child was a boy in which we created a more modern nursery so for my little girl I decided to go with something sweet and vintage in feel.

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Reese’s Hot Pink & Black Damask Nursery

After 2 boys we are expecting our first girl…..Yes, there is alot of PINK but  this is the first shade of pink in our house in 10 years so I don’t mind  ;)
We used the same furniture we had in both our boy’s nurseries we just sanded it down and painted the pieces black. I love the pink and black contrast!
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The chandelier was $100, no cost on the furniture, the fabric for the bedding cost $100, the paint was $75, crown molding was $45 and my husband put it up, black paint was $35 to paint the furniture and molding, most wall decor was from Hobby Lobby and I used 40% coupons, the closet organizer was on sale at Target for $40 plus the 4 pink canvas boxes were $24. As you can see, the room did not cost all that much money. The most expensive piece was the glider from Buy Buy Baby (it was a gift) $400-we used a coupon and bought the floor model for an extra discount!

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Princess Nahla’s Chic Nursery

After having three boys, I was ecstatic to find out I was having a girl.  I couldn’t wait to design a high style nursery.  I wanted everything in her room to be unique.

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Twins Neutral Elegance Nursery

This Neutral and super Elegant Twins Nursery was one of my favorites because clients don’t usually request rooms as opulent as this.  The large damask print wallpaper and gold and ivory crib bedding were reminiscent of Old Hollywood and perfectly accented by the crystal accents in the lighting and dresser knobs.