During designing my son bedroom I was focused on details and colors. I wanted to add some unique accents, which is hard to find in regular stores. My idea was to use and mix few colors like green, yellow and navy blue and still stay in minimal look. You can find here a vintage pieces and some modern accents as well. I use wallpaper on one wall and green paint to get more color to bedroom. I feel this room is perfect for my toddler.
For our baby boy Maxwell’s nursery, we wanted to capture a love of the outdoors with a whimsical flair. His room is full of antiques and furniture that we refinished ourselves. We repurposed some furniture from our daughter’s nursery and we were able to give these items even more love.
We wanted a fun feature wall in our baby girl’s nursery. My husband and I designed the wood pattern and used online videos to learn how to cut and mount the wood (way more time consuming than Pinterest led us to believe, but worth it). We wanted a girly room that wasn’t all pink and we love how it turned out!
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!
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.
I thought for sure I was throwing Emilee a strawberry party this year but when I saw a fiesta invite on Instagram from River & Bridge well I just knew it was meant to be. I’m all for throwing kids’ parties with themes you want until they can ask for a theme themselves. Em LOVES anything Frozen but I knew if I threw the Frozen party now there was no explaining to a 3 or 4 year old Emilee that “we already did that,” So I’m saving Anna and Elsa for the year she actually asks for them. Which I know she will.
Leighton’s green, gold and pink nursery is colorful, fun, and personal — a space I think she’ll enjoy being in and that will grow with her for many years. We incorporated special pieces from family and friends, custom artwork, and some great color to make it a unique space for her.
Elliott’s woodland inspired nursery was lots of fun to create! A majority of the items were handmade by me and I hope you enjoy viewing them!
We wanted a nursery that was functional, fun, gender neutral, and showcased our love for all things GEEK. We picked out the crib bedding first – Babyletto Alphabet – and used the bright colors and alphabet items in it all around the room. We used graphic prints inspired by our favorite sci-fi shows and movies as most of the artwork and even had Gillian Anderson (Scully/X-Files) sign one for Simon!
This was a fun project to put together for our first baby boy. We used bunting from our wedding reception over the crib. The window treatment and wall name hanging were made by my mom from our baby shower. The alphabet wall has letters contributed from our loved ones. I can’t wait for JJ to grow up in his room made with love =)
A modern explorer nursery for our second son, Scout. His name, to us, represents an “explorer”, “outdoorsman”, and “adventurer. So, we wanted a room that not only has those elements but also that was bright, with a mix of modern and sophisticated elements.
This is my daughter’s room in our new home in Charlotte, NC where we recently moved from a much smaller space in Brooklyn. This move was a big transition for my daughter, so it was very important that it feel familiar and cozy, yet exciting and girly at the same time. Many, if not most, of the design elements in the room, including the drapery, artwork, and chest of drawers, were either handmade or painted by myself or a family member. It is truly a room made from love, with personal touches that could not have been found in any store.
We wanted a personalized and meaningful theme for our little boy’s nursery.
Liesl absolutely LOVES animals, so we decided that a Wild African Safari would be the perfect theme for her 5th birthday. Her only request was “live animals”, and we found a great non-profit to give the party goers a fun and and education exotic animal show and Liesl was their special assistant.
My sweet little boy turned 3 on June 25th and we celebrated with a train themed birthday party. He is absolutely obsessed with trains so the theme was perfect!
A fun woodland nursery for our baby boy! A reclaimed wood accent wall with bright colors and woodland elements create a unique space for our little one.
We turned our first floor “formal living room” into a fun entertainment room for our family of three.
Teenage girl’s bold and bright bedroom with teal and raspberry accents.
An educational themed playroom complete with a compass rose ceiling mural, time zones, art table, art display area, TV, and toys storage galore.
We wanted a calming and cheery elephant nursery for our first daughter. We knew we wanted green walls, regardless of gender and ended up with a great color called Van Allen Green. Then we accented with pinks and purples once we found out the gender of our baby (a girl).