A baby boy nursery inspired by nature, camping and adventure featuring a neutral palette with pops of color.
My husband and I are expecting our first child, a girl, in early September 2015. I wanted to design a bright, colorful, and happy owl nursery for her.
I made this green and blue nursery for my first child, a little boy! I put all my love in this and made lots of things myself. I painted the walls a “Carribean” color, sew the pennant garland above the crib, crocheted the dragon hand puppet, did the mobile above the crib and designed the gallery wall. It was so much fun and I love this room, I hope my baby boy will too (currently he doesn’t care much, he’s only 3 months old ;-))
I wanted something with a vintage feel and plenty of heirloom pieces. I tried to avoid anything too theme-like but couldn’t resist the charm of little woodland creatures.
I wanted to create a peaceful, dreamy and cozy room for my baby girl (not born yet, my due date is in august). Something modern, pure and simple, with few touches of bright colors…
I had a little space challenge in this room that is quite small (8 feet X 9 feet) so I made a diaper changing station in the wardrobe.
Briana is new little sister to 20 month old Brooklyn. Both nurseries are upstairs in our home, so we wanted to make sure that there is always a place for mommy or daddy to sleep on difficult nights with the girls. We also wanted to keep the option of using this room for guests when family or friends are in town, so we made the decision to keep the TV and the queen bed in the room.
A woodland themed small, neutral space.
Yellow and Gray Nursery designed for a baby girl. Both Modern and Feminine
Bright and cozy! Pink, white, and teal! This was a refinished furnisher set that was from my first child. The rest of the room is a mix of hand made projects and bought ones.
The nursery is a mixture of neutral colors with pops of blue and teal for a baby boy. And incorporates modern style with woodland owls.
Modern Nursery with accents of bright colors.
We wanted something clean and simple with just pops of colors against browns and whites. When we found out we were having a girl, we tried to stick to pinks and greens. We wanted the room to feel organic and have touches of nature with just small hints of whimsy. Since this room is our Master Retreat, we added french doors to create some privacy and a sound barrier for Naia. We also added built-ins around the fireplace so Naia could have a “closet” and room for storage.
The room is gray and white with warm yellow and bright aqua accents. We had no real theme beyond wanting a happy and comfortable space for our baby girl. At some point, the room took on a life of its own and it’s now filled with a variety of owls and daisies.
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.)
I wanted a feminine nursery that wasn’t too babyish… That she could grow with for years to come. I brought in the owls to give it somewhat of a childish feeling.
Owl themed nursery with a vintage modern feel. Graphic floral prints along with houndstooth and geometric designs are complimented with whimsical owls. The room is painted with a vintage pink color from Ralph Lauren. The bedding and drapes are custom. The chairs are re-upholstered. All fabric is from Joanns. Crib sheet is Serena & Lily. Rug and owls are Pottery Barn kids. Artwork is DIY. The “g” is from Etsy and the large white frame is from Ikea (spray painted white). Any other questions please contactil me and I’ll be glad to give more specific resources.
Our Owl Love You custom printable party collection is simply a hoot! The Owl Love You printable collection is fun and bright and one that is perfect for celebrating the upcoming arrival of a baby girl, baby boy or gender surprise as well as birthdays.
I designed this nursery before my daughter was born, so it had to be gender neutral. I wanted it to be clean and modern, and filled with things that are meaningful, such as the handmade shelves and mobile, special items from my childhood, and a little bit of Star Wars.
My little boy’s nursery.
An owl themed nursery for my daughter. The walls were yellow before we started, so I wanted to use owl fabrics and prints that went well with that. I also wanted to use some older pieces, either passed down from our family (the chair and the armoire) or purchased (the changing table).