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.
Amanda Macy Hall is an Atlanta, Georgia native and Project Nursery team member who spends her time balancing a love for writing, designing, food, and fitness with her favorite responsibility, raising a strong and joyful toddler girl. Baby #2 on the way this Fall!
I’m a museum educator who uses children’s books to teach with weekly in the art museum. So when it came time to decorate my own child’s nursery, I couldn’t resist putting a few of my favorites on the walls. My husband, an engineer (we’re the perfect art and science mix), chose a solar system mobile. We had fun tying the rest of the room together with minty walls and pops of gray, white, and gold. Now we’re just waiting on this bump to fully bake for the room to be complete.
We had an absolute blast celebrating Emerson’s 1st birthday. So much so that our friends are still talking about this Mimosa bar inspired 1st birthday brunch during the wintery holiday season. It was a fun escape for us, our friends and their families. What’s missing from the photos? The 30 kids under 6 in my home all at once ;) Hoping this peach, blush pink and gold 1st birthday theme inspires others planning their special celebration!
My sister is having her first baby. She is a young lady that loves all things shiny. As a matter of fact my girls call her auntie glitter! We wanted to give her a baby shower that recognized her love of all things shiny and still honor her baby boy Harper. The whole shower was DIY.
The room for our baby girl, Quinn, is very small with no closets. I wanted to make the room feel open and bright, but functional as well. I love the girly feel the room has without being too frilly. The gold accents add just the right amount of pop. I handmade the mobile above the crib to add a subtle chicness to the room while tying all the colors together. Most of the pieces I bought at Ikea. The accessories I either already had around my house or I bought discounted (mostly after the Christmas season). It just goes to show, you can make a beautiful and functional room in just about any size space on a very tight budget!
This is a nursery I designed for my daughter. So fun being my own client ;). I have three wonderful boys and when I was expecting baby number 4, I was hoping so badly for a girl. My pregnancy was a tough one with lots of worries. A couple of months before we found out the gender, I was in bed with the flu and pneumonia and just so sick. I spent days and sleepless nights planning this nursery- I think it got me through! Finding out we were having a girl and then watching the room come to life was incredible and such a rewarding experience. We are renting, so with that comes some tricky challenges to overcome, but I’m so pleased with the result and I feel like I can move the room to a new home and that the pieces can really grow with my daughter as she gets older.
Vintage Biplane. I chose to go for a more mature nursery theme and something baby Parker could grow into and enjoy for years to come. I love the classic colors and vintage feel of the room, but also love the crisp lines and modern style.
I designed this blossom nursery for an expecting mommy that I have known since elementary school.
I love the contrast of the colors pink and blue. I wanted something a little non traditional when you think of a girl’s nursery. Playing with paint colors and pops of colors I decided on blue, pink and gold. We painted the walls Thundering Clouds by Valspar. From there, I went off a piece of artwork that was created by Shenasi Concept on Etsy. I fell in love with her ballerina artworks and decided this would be the focal/theme. I kept the furniture simple white by Pottery Barn Kids – Kendall Crib, Changing table and Glider.
After moving to a new apartment, I decided to give Samar’s nursery a little makeover. We are hoping to stay here for the next 2-3 years so I wanted to give Samar a “big girl” room that she could grow into.
This vintage glam nursery was designed for my baby girl, Everly Kate. I wanted to welcome her home with a vintage glam nursery that was timeless and sophisticated, yet functional.
Classic Winnie the Pooh nursery with a touch of gold glam perfect for our little girl! Color palette is white and gold with pops of aqua and hints of pink. I didn’t go over the top with the Winnie the Pooh theme but it is definitely present in the space!
When I started to plan my baby girl’s nursery, I was not sure where to begin or what I had pictured for her. I knew I wanted a room with serene neutral walls with pops of color that could represent her vibrant personality. After 9 gray paint samples on the wall (there really are 50 shades of gray), I finally chose the winner and got to painting still without a final image in my head of how it would all turn out. I decided on stripes for one wall because I had seen so many pictures of nurseries with stripes and just fell in love. Two words: Frog Tape! It took one day to get those stripes perfected. After that, I just slowly started buying pieces I loved centered around the bedding I picked out and it all came together with hints of coral, mint, and gold.
We wanted a simple and elegant nursery for Emi, husband insisted on having pink walls but I am happy we did because I love the final result :)
I wanted a nursery that our daughter could grow into. I didn’t want a “theme” or “color” but I had a vision in my head of what I wanted it to look like. I began with the wallpaper accent wall and knew I wanted gold accents and then went from there. The overall look was exactly what I wanted to achieve, bright and airy with the right amount femininity.
We wanted to create a vintage inspired nursery for baby Scarlett to enjoy as an infant, and be able to grow in to later too. I love how the nursery is a fresh take on some of the most popular color and style trends, the entire room seems peaceful and playful at the same time.
A sweet and feminine periwinkle nursery for our little girl! Purple was my first choice of color for her nursery, with gold and pink accent colors. This room is truly a safe haven at three in the morning!
I wanted to use bold black and white with romantic pastel colors for Maclaren’s room inspiration. Part Modern and part vintage. We mixed new trends with old things we found at thrift shops.
We wanted to create a peaceful and beautiful space for baby Sienna. We wanted something feminine, but didn’t want to do all pink. There’s no specific theme to the room, just a color scheme, we kept it simple.