We didn’t really go with a theme, just stuck to a color scheme of light pink, aqua, grey and white. I enjoyed hand picking each item that went into the nursery, and hope my little girl likes the room half as much as I do already!
A modern safari themed nursery for a stylish baby boy. We wanted to design something fun yet calming for both baby and mommy.
I wanted to create a peaceful and calm space with shabby vintage touches where baby and I could relax.
We created a calming neutral nursery design for a client in Los Angeles who wanted a room which could be used for a nursery multiple times without needing to change the decor. Since the parents are world-travelers we designed a sophisticated global themed room.
A small and happy pink and gray nursery for my first child.
Since we moved to our house we always knew this was going to be the baby’s room. We love the way it was design. We also had in mind the owl theme. We took our time to put it together and we looked in different places to find what we wanted. My husband has been deployed but he had put as much effort to make it come together and once he comes back he will so glad of how it turned out.
Gray and Pink nursery
Blue and Green Reptile Nursery
A nursery for my soon to be adopted son.
The project was for a little girls 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.
This nursery was a DIY project with many items from Etsy.com, online vendors, and handmade by family. I wanted a modern, eclectic feel, with some vintage touches, without a specific theme for our new baby boy. The animal photos are simple, beautiful and educational, while the remainder of the outdoor-feel decor was inspired by some of my favorite things – trees, flowers, and plants.
We had a relatively small space to work with, and needed to make the most of our storage space – accounting for the chest of drawers doubling as a changing station, and the hanging hamper and shelf with books and hooks for other practical hanging items. Enjoy and be inspired!
A musically inspired pink damask nursery for Melody decorated by her mom and her namesake and grandma, Ody (short for Melody).
This is a second, more colorful take on Landon’s original nursery ( http://projectnursery.com/projects/baby-landons-owl-nursery/ ). We spent his first year sharing a room at my parent’s house, and when he turned one we moved into a place of our own! I kept most of the same things but changed and added a few things.
In the original nursery I really wanted to use a bright, fun paint color for the walls but it didn’t really work with the decal I chose. So in the new nursery I made sure to chose the paint color first and the wall decal second.
Basically, it is his original nursery perfected :)
(I also included pictures of his bathroom decor since it’s connected to his room and it goes with the theme.)
This nursery was designed in collaboration with my then pregnant client and my now close friend. She wanted to do something girly but in the blue family. I think we definitely achieved that.
Wanted a fun- Unique room for my special boy
A bright and colorful gender neutral nursery.
Designed a nursery for my new baby girl arrival. Elephant themed gray and hot pink with green accessories. Made cushions for glider to match theme. Painted dresser two different shades of gray from original wood color. Added vine for wall decor.
Gray, blush pink and copper, vintage-inspired nursery. Lots of personal/heirloom/hand-made touches throughout.