For the longest time I had been mentally designing a baby girl’s nursery: vintage style, built around Franklin & Ben’s Mason furniture, with pale sage walls, lots of shabby chic wall art, antique mirrors and such. I was a bit demotivated when I had to shift my focus, but with a bit of effort I managed to pull it off.
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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.)
Neutral, cheerful, cozy room, suitable for both genders and easily adaptable to any age.
I wanted to create a more modern, clean, and sensory-happy nursery for my boy/girl twins!
We really wanted a simple, bright and modern nursery that was gender neutral since we waited to find out what we were having.
Gender neutral nursery with different patterns and textures.
This room has a lot of things that have meaning to them. The tree wall decal is my favorite piece in the room. Our daughter was stillborn at 27 weeks in November 2011 and I really wanted to incorporate her in to the room. I love the saying in the Notebook, if you’re a bird, I’m a bird so this tree with the pink and teal birds were perfect. I added scrapbooking stickers to spell out their names. At 26 weeks, we found out that Asher has a severe heart condition. We ended up going to Houston to have a fetal intervention done and we kept saying that the stars were aligning for him so that is where all the stars come in to play.
A cozy, bright and colourful reading corner for kids.
Simple and Sweet Baby Girl Nursery
This is our first baby’s room. We don’t know the sex so it had to be gender neutral, but I didn’t want to use traditional “gender neutral” colours. I also wanted it to be fun and not too “baby”, while including items from my and my husband’s childhoods.
We took a guest room and converted it to a nursery for our upcoming baby girl.
I knew I didn’t want a blue room for my son because I am tired or stereotyping. And trust me, if I had a girl, it would still be green and white with pops of other colors, never pink & purple. We have very high ceilings (12′) but the room is rather small, so we went with white walls and used bright colors on accessories, such as curtains, floor mat, table, wall decals etc.
My daughter’s “not-too-girly” nursery.
Nursery on a budget! I was laid off last October and knew we couldn’t spend much on the nursery. Searched this site, etsy, and pinterest for ideas that I could do myself to give the new little guy his own space. Not sure when I developed my love for owls but I heart them!! Tried to not go overboard but with friends and family contributing as well, there is no shortage of owls :)
This project is my sons nursery that i created and painted. I put a lot of love into it. This is my second child, but my first boy. My daughter is like a diva so this was my change to do boy colors and animals.
I wanted to use a lot of color in our son’s room. It is a small space and we already had a few furniture pieces to work with, including my great grandmother’s large dresser and small rocking chair. It wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be to find a crib and small dresser to match these pieces!