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Pink and Gray Elephant Nursery

Gianna’s Pink and Gray Elephant Nursery Reveal

When I found out I was having my second girl, I was stumped on everything. Name, shower, gadgets, and most of all….the nursery. I felt like I had JUST been through it all (just a few months ago!!!) and had picked the most perfect of all options, so how was I to possibly choose?? But as the months went by, I found a theme I loved and ran with it. I absolutely adore how this nursery turned out. Soft, modern, clean, and feminine. I learned a lot from my first (like…don’t skimp on the glider — do you have any idea how many hours you’ll be spending in it????), so I was able to create a space I know is lovely but also very, very functional.

Gray, White and Hot Pink Chevron Nursery

My daughter’ chevron nursery is gray, white and HOT pink nursery with different prints. We included mostly chevron with gotcha, fynn, polka dots and giraffe.  This nursery is a room that could be used through the teenage years.

Pink and Grey Chevron and Elephant Nursery

Harper’s Pink & Grey Chevron & Elephant Nursery

Our little Harper’s nursery consists mostly of soft pink, grey, and white with a little chevron and polka dots thrown in for fun. And for a little pizzazz there are a few elephants in the mix too. My husband grew up to his mom and grandma singing him the “you are my sunshine” song so the prints above the crib were a special request of his – cheers to carrying on the tradition. :)

Grey and White Chevron Nursery

A Room for Two

A modern and unique nursery that fits mom’s personal style while fitting all the babies needs into a small room.

Gray and Yellow Preppy Nursery Whole Room

Sweet Baby James’ Nursery

I wanted a clean and simple space with lots of natural light. I also wanted lots of colors and textures without having “characters” or a “theme” to his nursery. I started with gray and white and added in golden yellow and a little blue. I didn’t mean for it to but his nursery actually turned out very gender neutral.

Aqua and Gray Chevron Nursery

Aqua and Gray Chevron Nursery

This nursery was a labor of love and I had so much fun decorating it. I started gathering inspiration months before I was even pregnant. Pinterest and Project Nursery were instrumental in helping me find the inspiration I needed. By the time we found out we were expecting I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I created an inspiration board and began searching for the perfect pieces for my dream nursery. My budget was pretty tight so I decided to invest in a couple of items and the rest would be a combination of DIY Projects, Thrift store finds and gifts from friends and family. My mother and I both created artwork for the room and just about everything had a personal touch which was really special.

Judah’s Colorful Nursery

The Nursery was inspired by wanting to achieve a fun, bright, colorful and  inviting room. At the same time, we also wanted the nursery to grow with baby so we created a playful reading nook and toy section.
When we decided to do my baby boy’s nursery (August of last year) the first thought was turquoise and lots and lots of other colors!!!.
We for the baby’s room way before I knew what the gender was. Around August of last year, we bought polka dot decals for the room because I was obsessed with it . The hubby and I put it up and it was…. love at first sight!!

Chevron Stripe Nursery

Henry’s Chevron Nursery

This is the beginning stages of my gray chevrons stripe nursery for my baby Henry. I love the look of the chevron stripe, but the chevron also reflects my grandfather who owned a Chevron Oil Gas Station starting in the 1950s. I have the old chevron toy trucks that were given as promotions years ago surrounding the Henry letters I have hanging. I plan to add more personal touches with pictures soon. The pegboard with the clothes hanging is a pegboard that was given to my mother when I was born. My mom said that she always displayed my favorite clothes on that pegboard so now I display my favorite clothes of Henry’s on the pegboard. It’s another way to enjoy his clothes since I love dressing him so much too!

Grey, Aqua, Giraffe Nursery

This contemporary nursery with a grey-aqua-orange color scheme features a towering giraffe, grey-striped walls, and antique touches. For more product information, please visit or the feature on Apartment Therapy. Photography by Andy Wise.

Vintage Railroad/Chevron Nursery

I wanted to do something suitable for a little boy without being too “babyish”. I thought a vintage railroad theme would be PERFECT because it can transition well into a toddler room. Besides, what little boy doesn’t love trains?!?

Lila's Pink and Turquoise Nursery Crib and Gallery Wall

Lila’s Chevron Nursery

Lila’s nursery is a whimsical mix of color, print, and design. I wanted to incorportate my chevron obession (without going overboard) and give the nursery a colorful and bright feel that could grow with my daughter. Since this is my third baby, I wanted to be a little wild… and decided to make a statement with the dark pink dresser and white glider. Totally impractical? Maybe. Fabulous for design? Absolutely. It’s my third… no rules apply, right?