This nursery was designed with lots of color. Pink reigned but was toned down with black and white as well as green and blue. Since the mother likes vintage things, we wanted to add some great pieces that she could appreciate while being in the space with her daughter.
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.
I wanted to give my first born a classic, feminine nursery with some modern touches. I didn’t want to use a theme or be stuck with décor that I couldn’t reuse later on. I had so much fun finding items for Bella’s nursery, whether that be scoring great deals at Homegoods or using things I already had in other areas of my home. Her room was made with a lot of love.
I wanted a cute, girly nursery for Ellie. I also had a small budget to work with. I started with the gray walls, then picked the bedding that I loved. I loved the idea of soft pink in her room, and knew I did not want a character theme, but something that could grow with her.
A musically inspired pink damask nursery for Melody decorated by her mom and her namesake and grandma, Ody (short for Melody).
A nursery for my future daughter!
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.
I used patterns and shades of purple and gray to create a girly nursery that isn’t too pink!
I had such a fun time designing my son’s nursery through out my pregnancy. It came out exactly how I imagined it would
My husband and I are newlyweds and bought our first home in August 2012. Shortly after in October, Suprise!, we were pregnant! After spending most of our savings on our home there wasn’t a lot left for the designer nursery of my dreams. I started looking online for deals and pinterest for nursery designs. Total the room came in at $3,000 and I could not be happier with the result!
My wife and I have a two bedroom home with a large loft that was ideal for a third bedroom. When we found out we would be bringing a little one home I was able to play the part of Dad and build a nursery. This was one of the most rewarding projects I’ve ever undertaken.
A nursery with oversized pattern cascading down the crib wall and behind the rocker. Lots of visual pop with all the patterns going on in the room.
I wanted a girly room for my daughter without painting the walls pink or making it overly BABY! I wanted it sweet, simple, and welcoming. By using blue as the main color and pops of pink around the room, I think we accomplished the exact look we were going for.
Decorating the nursery
This luxe room is super girly with bright pinks and bold patterns. This mom wanted over the top and I think we got it!
We waited a bit after my daughters birth to conquer her nursery. I was very uninspired at the end of my pregnancy and she was rooming with us while I was nursing. This nursery is a collaboration of my design and my husbands fine craftsmanship. The time and hard work was worth it!
This nursery was truly a labor of love for our girls that we worked so hard to conceive. We may have been on a serious budget… but I wouldn’t have it any other way. All items are sentimental and meaningful, or pieces we poured our hearts into fixing up. We loved every minute of this journey. Total cost for EVERYTHING (all furniture, supplies, and decor!) totals out at $393.
Ive been dreaming of a little girl for as long as I can imagine. When we found out it was a girl we were thrilled. I actually changed color and design scheme several times before deciding on the green and pink demask
I wanted our nursery to have three elements: color, texture, & pattern. A room that felt SPECIAL! Something to reflect our personal taste, but still suitable for a baby. After deciding on paint and wallpaper, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work!
We love the lavender hues and how they compliment the espresso furniture. The extra “pops” of rich color & artwork keep it age-appropriate for our girl.
Fun, eclectic, modern, vintage – all rolled into one!
A Boy CHIC baby shower. A modern twist on a classic theme.