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Oh the Places You'll Go Playroom

Oh the Places You’ll Go Playroom

A one-of-a-kind playroom that inspires creativity where kids can play, read and imagine. I love that every corner of this space has something unexpected and genuinely unique for these two adorable siblings.
My goal was to mix high style with pure fun and the results of this room are definitely stylish with loads of pure fun from the full size telephone booth to the custom book chandelier!


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. 


A Whimsical Basement Playroom

We transformed a neutral basement space into a colorful playroom for our toddlers. We used many items that we already had on hand and lots of organization to create a cozy, whimsical space to enjoy the winter months. We painted one wall with chalkboard paint, strung up some outdoor cafe lights and hung some art on the walls.

Turquoise and Coral Nursery

Kate’s Modern Turquoise and Coral Nursery

This nursery was designed when I found out that my husband and I were having a baby girl. I wanted the room to be fun and bright and love the turquoise and coral color combination.

Chase’s Woodland Toddler Room Featuring DIY Metallic Wood Wall

This woodland toddler room was designed for my son when we found out he was going to be a big brother. I knew that I wanted to recreate a metallic wood wall I had seen on Pinterest and I loved the idea of a teepee! Navy and orange look great together and served as the main colors for the room.


Black and White Modern Nursery

Once I found out I was having a boy I knew exactly how I wanted the nursery to look. I went with a black and white modern theme. I mixed bold patterns and touches of gray to break up the bold contrast of the black and white. You won’t believe the one item that brought a “pop” of red to the room!


Colourful Polkadot Playroom

This playroom was designed for a brother and sister when they were age 2 1/2 years and 6 months respectively.  They are now 5 and 7 and still use and enjoy their playroom everyday!


Celestial Inspired Boys Room

This room was designed for a little boy to update his nursery to his “big boy” room.  The bead board wainscotting, convertible toddler bed and dresser were existing.  My client wanted a “celestial” theme that was not too “themey”.  This drove the design in that most (although not all) of the elements of the design were suggestive of the celestial theme, rather than literal.  This is how I prefer to approach children’s room design because it allows the room the grow with the child.  Who wants to completely redecorate every couple of years?!

DIY Tree Mural

Sebastian’s North Pole Birthday Brunch

Twas the night before December, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except for two very excited expecting parents!
With our son being born bright and early the First of December, 2014, it seemed only fitting that his first birthday party would kickstart this year’s holiday festivities.  A spin on the traditional ONE-derland theme, Sebastian’s North Pole Birthday Breakfast had just the right splash of sparkle and tinsel, polar bears and penguins, and of course songs and snow!  After all, there is sNOw sweeter age than ONE!

Closet Nursery

Asher’s Closet Nursery

When we found out we were expecting baby #3 we decided to turn our walk-in master closet into a little nursery instead of moving our daughter and son into a shared room. The closet already had a window and measured 8×6 ft so we decided it was worth a shot!


A Modern “Nerd”sery

My husband and I had a great time designing this nerdy nursery for our soon-to-arrive little girl. With Star Wars, Doctor Who, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Trek, Ghostbusters, Firefly, Harry Potter, Wonder Woman, Robot, Dragon, Marvel, Monster, Dog, Lego, and Dinosaur details, we infused this room with as much of ourselves as we possibly could, while keeping it modern and classic.
We are so in love with this space and hopefully it will be a room that can grow with our little girl.


Gray, Pink and Gold Nursery

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.


Bela’s Room

I designed this bedroom for my eight-year-old girl Bela. We both got really trired of her pink walls and thought it was time to freshen up a bit. I wanted to create a timeless space for her. So I opted for neutral color walls, lots of geometric patterns, streamline furniture pieces, and colorful accents. The space feels so airy and yet very cozy.