When we were planning for the arrival of our first baby, we knew we really didn’t want a theme but we wanted a colorful, fun, functional space that would grow with our little guy. We love where we ended up – and it is still one of our favorite rooms in the house!
We wanted to create a beautiful and tranquil nursery for our amazing daughter. The whole family was involved in some way so it was definitely a labor of love.
I wanted to create a glamorous baby girl’s nursery that was clean, fresh, and feminine.
An all-American boy’s vintage nursery that will grow with him, and will help teach him all about the special men in his family.
Calming cream and white gender neutral nursery with a hint of rustic.
This is the nursery for our third baby, Will. It was such a fun space to pull together!
The room gets so much light and the windows have large arches over them so we had to get creative with a window solution. We DIYed the pelmets to make it nice and dark and cozy in here (when the blackout curtains are closed of course).
The canvases over the crib are the lyrics to a song by Matt Redman called 10,000 Reasons. It was a song that was really meaningful to us at the time I was pregnant with Will and just kept popping up at very important times in our lives. It seemed like the perfect reminder over the crib for those inevitable early mornings and late nights that come with a newborn baby: “whatever may pass and whatever lies before me… let me be singing when the evening comes…”
I had so much fun designing this Peter Rabbit nursery! Two years later, it is still one of our favorite rooms in our home!
The mural is filled with wildflowers, butterflies and dragonflies. The wall is bejeweled with rhinestones and Swarovski crystals. Her ceiling has hues of lavender painted into the clouds. For her accent wall, she requested a bunny in a basket. She got 2 bunnies. She named the them Cocoa and Fudgie.
A neutral, rustic, vintage, and antique cowboy nursery.
I designed this modern nursery for my son, Jacob. Hard to believe he is already four and a half now!
I wanted a minimal, mid century (as much white as possible) bright nursery for our first born and achieved it with great finds on a bargain with hints of aqua/mint/seafoam and gold.
When I found out I was having a girl I knew what I wanted her room to look like. Neutral with splashes of peach and gold!
A sweet, but oh so girly nursery. This DIY nursery was done on a strict budget. We started with installing crown moulding and painting a bright, but calming color on the walls. Then we added some touches DIY style–including a ruffled crib skirt in coral and a matching valance. We then made some adorable frames to showcase our baby girl’s name.
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Isla’s room is officially my favorite room in the house! My goal was to create more than just a nursery, but a space where my daughter can grow and play for years to come.
Screenprinted pillows to make your house your child’s home.
Adventure themed nursery
We wanted a nursery that could work for either gender in case our next child is a girl. My favorite color is yellow, so we painted unique stripes around the room. The inspiration for the stripes is an actual paint chip. We chose a gradient from dark on the bottom to light near the ceiling with small white stripes between. I think it makes the room feel larger and taller.
Since the the walls are so bright and modern, we wanted the rest of the room to feel classic and traditional in contrast. Most of pur accents are whites and neutrals to balance the bright walls.
A nautical nursery for our ocean state baby.