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Vintage Inspired American Boys Study & Playroom

Our clients have this amazing Country Farmhouse in the middle of the city complete with this perfectly intimate space flanking the hallway to the bedrooms, just asking to be Styled into a space suitable for growing, sports addicted boys! We took this space from a bright and airy, almost vacant room to a handsome, rugged and most importantly, inspiring space for the boys to learn, read, do homework and study.


Nursery ‘Sea Creatures’

Nursery with wall painting and decals of sea world I illustrated. If you like it you can find more animals on my facebook page


Shared Girl/Boy Vintage Nursery

A shared nursery space for a 19 month old girl and soon to arrive baby boy done on a budget with lots of love, diy projects and finds from Goodwill and thrift shops!


Baby Bridges Gender Reveal Party

Since this was our first baby we wanted to host a gender reveal party for all our close friends and family. Only my best friend knew the gender of the baby so she had a bakery make cupcakes filled with blue or pink filling. After everyone arrived the gender of the baby was revealed by my husband and I biting into a cupcake that had either blue (boy) or pink (girl) in the center. It’s a BOY!


A Masculine Touch

This is my son’s nursery at Grandma’s house. We share my old room when we visit her. When I found out I was pregnant with a boy I knew I wanted to paint my old bedroom and make it more boy friendly…but Grandma wasn’t down for that. So, I had to figure out how to make my purple fortress (designed by me at 16) more masculine. When I was a teenager I decorated the room with a purple, black and ivory color scheme…I’m just grateful that I didn’t decide to go with a hot pink leopard theme at the time! Sticking with that same scheme, I added a touch of masculinity for my little man using a mustache motif.
Now I love the room, we fit right in! My favorite design elements are the portrait wall of him with little staches on…so cute! and the DIY mobile (made by me) with paint swatches and crystals.


Kydiel’s Star Wars Room

This is my version of a modern Star Wars room. I wanted to incorporate my love for the orange and teal color combination and my son’s love of Star Wars.


Twin Nautical Nursery

We knew that we wanted to have a classic nursery that would fit for a boy and a girl, but we also wanted it to be a welcoming, bright, loving room. We started with our budget and worked to find or make each item so that it would fit within our budget. We love this room because it has the perfect combination of DIY touches and other classic accessories.


A Traveler’s Stop

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.


Greysen’s Storybook Nursery

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.

Boy Nautical Room Collage

Baby Nash’s Vintage Nautical Nursery!

This is the Vintage Nautical Nursery my husband and I put together for our little boy. We  had a budget of $1000 and crafted and created the whole room for under $800! We love this space & wanted to share it with you! :)


Dr. Seuss First Birthday!!

This was a birthday celebration for a sweet little energetic boy that turned the BIG ONE! The theme was Dr. Seuss and the party incorporated most of his books.

County Fair 2nd Birthday Party Invite

Amos County Fair

Amos loves animal and pie! So, we thought a county fair was a great theme.

Boy Gray and Yellow Nursery

Demetri’s Modern-Vintage Nursery Room

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.

Brother and Sister Twin Nursery Book Ledges

Savannah & Thanos shared nursery

Small room thats fun, bright and not cluttered. Still shopping for a nice mirror above the dresser. The wall color is antique silver and I incorporated yellow, white, gold, blue and pink.

Eclectic Gray and Turquoise Nursery Crib View

Baby Kane’s Nursery

We had our first baby in early October. I was very passionate about creating a warm and inviting space for our little guy. I have a love for decorating and a passion for DIY and handmade. I just started blogging about it at I loved expressing my creative side by creating a safe and welcoming nursery!