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Parker’s Bright and Modern Nursery

I wanted Parker’s room to have a bright, modern feel – nothing too babyish and I didn’t want a specific “theme”. I also wanted it to have a lot of handmade touches, which it does. It’s my favorite room in the house, and I can’t wait until he’s here and we get to actually use it!

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Pastel Baby Girls Room

Neutral animal theme with splashes of pink, blue and green, not overly girly, calming and relaxing

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A Gentleman’s (Wild) Kingdom

After designing my daughter’s nursery, I knew I wanted to create an equally fun and eclectic space for our son. Like before, this was a labor of love…From picking out the design elements to installing a stone wall! It’s a mix of DIY and store bought. A little kingdom for our little prince :)

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Sweet Dreams, Baby Patrick

The Ralph Lauren Seagrass wallpaper and sage green walls really set the scene for my sophisticated safari nursery.  I had lots of fun incorporating all the animals in different ways: A Rhino puzzle, life-sized baby giraffe, zebra rocking horse, elephant mobile, monkey jack-in-the-box, animal books and paintings of course. The green shaggy rug resembles the African plains and the white porcelin elephant hooks with the binoculars and vintage safari hat add detail to the theme. The linen chair, mercury glass lamp and Johnathan Adler Morocan pouf to be used as an ottoman were items I already had, but thought they went perfect in the room!  I was super excited about my antiqued pine dresser, matching nightstand and whip-stiched burlap drum pendant that hangs from a thick rope… very “Indiana Jones-ish”. The custom bedding with blue and grey Chevron contrast a swirly masculine paisley with pops of aqua, gray and white. And no nursery these days is complete without some bunting. Pulled all the colors used in the room and had one custom made for the wall.

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Connor’s Colorful Nursery

Connor’s nursery is bright and colorful room, filled with an eclectic mix of animal details and DIY projects.  It focuses on our love of animals, books, crafts and color. 

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Zachary’s Classic Nursery

The nursery is painted a buttery yellow and the style is classic and preppy – boyish but not babyish. Colors are plaids, stripes and other patterns in primary shades of blue, red, yellow, and green, along with white.  The overall design aesthetic is one of discovery, exploration, and curiosity. The main furnishings are dark mahogany and cherry, with wall accents in driftwood/barnwood gray. 

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Collier’s Modern Zoo Nursery

I love this room!  I knew I’d be spending a lot of time in the nursery with the birth of our first son, Collier Edward Dorff.  I wanted it to be a space that I enjoyed and that created a feeling of calmness and happiness.

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Aviana’s Rainbow Nursery…

The best piece of advice to starting your nursery is to start with something you love. It may be a stuffed animal as was our case, or a cherished family heirloom, or maybe even crib bedding you HAVE to have. 

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Modern Barn Yard Themed Nursery

This is our Nursery for our first baby. We wanted to be surprised about the sex, so we tried to keep the colors and theme gender neutral. We liked the idea about a farm theme room, but we also have a very modern clean style in the rest of our house. 

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Grey With a Little “Pop”

K’s nursery was pieced together with the intention of creating a fun, whimsical, “make me wanna smile” space to enjoy.  My husband and I love to spend time in the nursery with our little man and we think (hope) he enjoys it as much as we do. 

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Lucas’ Woodland Nursery

My husband chose Carter’s Forest Friends bedding for the nursery, so I designed a room around that. The room is full of little critters in unexpected places.

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Twins – Boy Jungle Safari Adventure Nursery

 We intend to keep the boys in the same room for the remainder of the time we live in our townhouse which will be at least 4 to 5 more years so I really wanted the perfect nursery that wasn’t too babyish so the boys could easily transition in it once they reach the toddler stage. Also, I didn’t want to spend a fortune in the process so between bargain hunting and “Do -It-Yourself” ideas I came up with – this is what I created ; -)   

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Braxton’s World

I knew I wanted a modern nursery for my little boy.  The room had recently been painted grey, so we kept it that way. The crib and dresser were easy to decide on. I had tons of nursery prints in my Etsy favorites and other decorating ideas on my Pinterest boards. I was stuck on bedding for a long time. I spent so much time searching the web for something that would match the grey walls and curtains, and really couldn’t find anything I loved. My mom offered to sew the bedding. It was a long process, but I spent tons of quality time with my mom and grandma, and learned how to sew too! My other labor of love was the tshirt latch hook rug. I put many hours of work into my rug and I’m so proud to have finished it for my little man. The chair is a thrift store find that matched the room perfectly and added the softness it needed. I just love how everything turned out.

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Coopers Subtle Safari Nursery

I designed this nursery for my nephew, Cooper.  His parents wanted a simple gender neutral nursery with a subtle safari theme throughout.

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Maximilian’s Nursery

Nursery was so much fun to do, I loved the shopping and the planning.  The day we brought Max home it was just perfect.

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Jungle Dots

A wonderful sophisticated family with modern tastes were looking to update their daughter’s nursery into something more suitable for the first boy in the family.