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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. 


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.


Pink Delight Nursery

I wanted to keep her nursery light fresh and airy.  By keeping the paint really soft with ‘ Pure Pink’ by Dulux.  Adding wainscotting for some visual interest and soft star wall decals for that extra something,   Incorporating light weight fabrics with contrast of rustic accents. Starting with the bones of the room and working yourself up with furniture and accessories.

Vintage Glam Nursery

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.


Black + White + All the Colors Gender Neutral Nursery

While I was pregnant, my husband and I decided early on to wait until our baby’s birth to find out the gender. Because of this, deciding how to decorate a nursery was a bit of a challenge. Neutrals are great, but being someone who loves color and lots of it, I knew an all white and gray nursery wasn’t for me. I decided to decorate the nursery in black, white, and grey with lots of patterns and textures and throw in the whole color wheel to brighten things up.


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?!

Elegant DIY Pink and Cream Toddler Room

Ryan Cathleen’s Elegant DIY Pink and Cream Toddler Room

This is my eldest daughter Ryan’s romantic pink and cream nursery turned toddler room.  It is the perfect room for any little girl filled with all kinds of fun things to play with but put together in a decorative way that is pleasing to the eye.

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!


Webb’s Gender Neutral Rustic Modern Nursery

For our second son’s nursery we were using a former guest room that gets a lot of light, so we wanted to keep the palette neutral, airy, and mature. We didn’t want to be tied down by a set theme, but decided that rustic, barn-inspired accents would make it feel a little more masculine.


Beach Baby Nursery

I’ve been dreaming of a beach baby nursery since trying to have a baby for 5 years now.  Not knowing the sex of your baby is so fun.  Especially when it tortures your family.  The beach is quite unisex but Max can make his room surf or nautical or pirates whenever he pleases. Until then we will relax in our little tropical paradise.


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.