Since my husband and I meant while working at a bookstore then it only made sense that our son’s nursery should be book themed.
I had so much fun creating this space for my first little one. It took a lot of time and thought, but I decided to go with something soft and simple. I didn’t want to overdecorate or incorporate too many colors. I’m not very crafty but I wanted to make at least one thing to add sentimental value. So I decided to make the mobile. There are still a couple things I want to add in over time, but for now, it’s perfect for our little man.
Modern grey and navy nursery that was put together by me!
A mustache and bow tie theme party for Hudson’s 1st birthday
A summer birthday party for a one year old boy.
A bright, fun space that this baby boy can grow into!
Babt Boy, Son’s Nursery. Barnwood came from family farm of multi-generations.
This room was made with all my love!That’s it!Nothing more nothing less.I don’t regret anything that I have made for it!Iwas trying to imagine how my unborn son could be like.And this is the resault!Hope you like.
I loved decorating this nursery for my little boy!
I’m a first time mommy to a beautiful baby boy. When we found out we were having a boy, my husband solely wanted to do a Texas Longhorn theme for the nursery. I wasn’t a big fan of doing that, so I compromised and added little hints of his beloved Longhorns into the colorful nursery. Since we live in an apartment we couldn’t paint, so we wanted to do our best to create a bright and lively space for Kasen. It all tied together really well. To see more visit http://familykmckean.blogspot.com/
We converted a guest room into our Baby’s nursery on a tight budget. We did a lot of re-purposing of furniture to create a bright whimsical space that would take our newborn into his toddler years.
A clean, modern, DIY nursery for our lil man.
I created this nursery for my first son, James before he was born in december of 2010. I just came across the photos and decided to upload them to Project Nursery.
Traditional in design, the Tuscan Lifetime 4-in-1 convertible crib
provides a soft contemporary appeal to the ever changing styles of
nursery design. Vertical slats give a bold finish to the crib while the
slightly curved headboard offers a smooth surface. The perfect piece for
a gender-neutral room, the Tuscan leaves a complimenting taste to any
nursery. Complete the collection with a 5 or 6 drawer dresser dresser and
hutch. Offered in Granite and Merlot finishes.
Conversion kit & Guardrail sold separately. Mattress not included.
Remember when we were young and we shaped, defined, and questioned our own world? We created our own ideas of circles, dots, and lines. Nothing was straight; colors were mixed; brushes were happily damaged, and crayons lived on the floor. We were free from rules. Everything was exciting and nothing was wrong.
At NUMI NUMI Design we draw inspiration from our childhoods. We never stop being curious because we love to ask questions and experiment. We are dedicated to exploring new ideas about the form and texture of children’s furniture. Our products encourage children and parents to enjoy unique use of shape, form, and transparency.
We wanted to create a personal and vibrant nursery that our little boy can grow with. We started with fairly neutral walls in two shades of yellow, then painted the stripes on the wall for his name in blue. Gradually we added the furniture and I made a lot of the things you can see – bunting, lamp & light shades, owls, polka dot trim on the curtain tie backs and matching ribbon for the central heart. We had a lot of fun!
Our sweet baby boy’s nursery a modern take on a football themed room.
For my son’s first birthday party, there was no theme, just lots of bright colors and lots of photos of the birthday boy. The main colors for the party were yellow, aqua and coral. I made a DIY photo “booth” for guests to take photos with fun accessories during the party. To see more of his party, visit icecreamoffpaperplates.wordpress.com.
Creating this room for our sweet baby boy truly was a labor of love! My main goal for the nursery was to create something that was bright and whimsical but not too “babyish”, that way he can grow into it.
A fun, colorful room that would inspire learning and creativity. I also wanted a room that my little guy wouldn’t outgrow right away so I didn’t want to make it too “babyish”.