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Soft Pink Golds and Ivory Shabby Chic Nursery
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Soft Pink, Gold and Ivory Shabby Chic Nursery

When we found out we were having a girl (we have a 9 year old son), I immediately wanted to go with soft pinks, golds, and ivory/creams for the her room. Which is crazy because I always said if I every have a girl I will never go with pink! And several months before I found out I was pregnant, I started liking pink. That should have been an indicator right then, but I was clueIess..LOL!  I was going to go with a princess type theme, but then changed my mind after searching Pinterest for different ideas. At first, the room was going to be more centered around the crown teester, but then I wanted more of a shabby chic and sophisticated nursery. Soft pinks with different shades of gold and ivory/creams throughout the room. I made her crib bedding (with the exception of the crib rail guard), flower curtain tie backs, personalized pillows(on the chaise), changing pad cover, and double sided door stopper. My brother painted my son’s old crib in a metallic gold/champagne. Also, I made a liner for the bassinet/stroller piece that will be her hamper and then could be used for dolls or whatever she would like! We removed the closet door and I went with the curtains instead. So happy with the way her room turned out!!!

Shabby Chic Valentine's Tea Party
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Shabby Chic Valentine’s Tea Party

A shabby chic tea party for little girls are a perfect way to show love this Valentine’s day.  Love can be express in many ways and getting together with your little besties and having a cup of tea is the best way.  The day unfolds in pretty pastel colors, sweet treats and delicate teacups with pearls and other pretties.
So many cute details from the heart shape cookies to the  envelope cookies in mini tin mailboxes sending a great message and encourages us to share love this Valentine.

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Mary Poppins Nursery

A simple, bright, & ladylike room for a past client ( Library Nursery ) who was drawn to daring red accents and a love for a very special nanny. This classic design was centered around an out-of-the ordinary color palette of gutsy red, rose quartz, and Chantilly lace. Our client asked us to incorporate subtle elements from her favorite childhood story of Mary Poppins and to reuse and repeat some of the key pieces that were in her son’s nursery. A timeless poppies { pun intended } wallpaper is the focal point while a copper, oversized spoon is hung for the sweetest decor piece. A soft blue uniform fabric dresses the windows, grey and white zig-zags ground the room, and a traditional buffalo check pattern makes an appearance. The tufted ottoman adds softness and an IKEA dresser is revamped using gorgeous scaled knobs in brass. Hints of the vintage story are made throughout from a well-known quote on a decorative pillow to a framed wall art that notes each iconic symbol. An adorable penguin hamper, a woodlands floor lamp, and the flower pot sugar container are just some of our favorite details in this “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” room. 

Rustic Modern Nursery
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Rustic Modern Nursery/Guest Room

This rustic modern nursery was designed from scratch on a small budget between $1,000 and $1,500. The goal was to provide a space that could be used as a guest room as well as a nursery, so the decor needed to be “adult” enough for any visitors, but with a nod to nursery.
The design aesthetic of rustic modern came from the blending of all the elements in the clients’ home so that the room fit seamlessly with the rest of their house. The final product uses primarily neutrals – grey, cream, beige (or gold, really) – but has just a touch of peach hinted throughout.

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Gender Neutral Eclectic Nursery

My husband and I waited five year before finally successfully conceiving. With a little help from science and lots of patience we were expecting our first child. It was so surreal at the time to be decorating a nursery. I felt the room had to be very personal and somewhat reflect our life style that would soon be welcoming this tiny human into our family.

Pink, Blue and Gold Nursery
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Georgia’s Pink, Blue and Gold Nursery

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.

Vintage Glam Nursery
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Everly Kate’s Vintage Glam Nursery

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.

Floral and Gold Nursery
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Baby Sloan’s Floral and Gold Nursery

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.

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Harlow’s Shabby-Chic Feminine Nursery

Our little Low’s nursery is a mix of native, shabby-chic and vintage elements. It is a soft calming space filled with lots of whites, neutrals, pale-rose colored accents and wood. Everything in her room has been thoughtfully picked or hand-made by her daddy and I with love.

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Finley Mack’s Farmhouse Nursery

After having two boys, my husband and I were ecstatic to finally have a little girl in our home. This nursery was a mix of French Provincial, farmhouse, and shabby chic. I was working on a very tight budget, so most things were either purchased off craigslist or vintage antique marts and re-done.

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Tea Party Chic – Girl’s Bedroom

After working with Leah’s mom in designing their family room and kitchen a few years early, she contacted me to redesigned Leah’s bedroom. She wanted a space that wasn’t all about trademarked princess but a room that Leah would love now and could grow into.  After talking with Leah I found out that she really wanted a canopy, that and the room to have sleepovers:)

Girly Gold Alphabet Wall
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Girly Gold Nursery

Lennyn’s girly gold nursery is a sweet soft space accented with gold antique and chic details. Burlap, Lace & Gold, oh my!

Rustic Deer Nursery

Rustic Deer Nursery

This is my soon to be born, grandson’s rustic deer nursery. My daughter in law wanted a deer theme and choose exactly where she wanted every item to go. It was her vision.  I made the rag quilt, banner and mobile. The deer sheet, diaper changing pad cover, burlap blind, burlap bed skirt and monogram antlers came off Etsy. My son and I did the pallet wall.

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Ari’s Animal Inspired Nursery

I wanted Ari’s animal inspired nursery to have a calm and neutral vibe but not overly themed. I also wanted to incorporate some furniture and elements that could be long lasting and used in his room decor as he becomes a toddler.

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Pink, Mint and Gray Baby Girl Nursery

We are preparing this pink, mint and grey nursery for our baby girl, due in October. I wanted to create a special room that felt peaceful and beautiful. I love soft, pastel colors and wanted to give her a space she could grow into. I decided early on that I would not have a “theme”, but rather a color scheme and overarching ideas of what I wanted the room to feel like. Within the light gray walls you’ll find different shades of pink and mint with gold accents running throughout.

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Small Modern Nursery

The room we had to work with is very small so I knew I had to be efficient with my use of the space. I also wanted to achieve a feminine, but not too girly look for our baby  so I used navy blue with light pink accents for this modern small nursery.

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Baby L’s Pink and Gray Nursery

We wanted a calm, soft space with some old and new elements mixed in. The room features some vintage blankets, hints of metallics, retro starburst mirrors, and lots of fluffy white and sheepskin!