I wanted to have a bright and sunny nursery that would grow with our daughter.
I designed this nursery before my daughter was born, so it had to be gender neutral. I wanted it to be clean and modern, and filled with things that are meaningful, such as the handmade shelves and mobile, special items from my childhood, and a little bit of Star Wars.
I am a lover of contemporary living. Ever since I thought of making our daughter’s nursery I was looking for something that looks modern and contemporary. After my rigorous research I finally settled down to “Gray and Yellow” theme, Gray was to give the room that elegance and Yellow was to diffuse that freshness and incandescence for a girl’s room. I loved how the combination was vivid as well as graceful.
However, I wanted to keep a balance between splurging for the nursery and ‘thinking too much’. I think I was able to get to it finally!
Thanks to my husband AJ for taking wonderful shots of the nursery!
A bright & cheerful nursery for Boy/Girl Twins.
Brooklyn is turning 1, and while we have all of our family and friends gathered, we are going to find out the gender of Brooklyn’s sibling that is due February 20th, 2013!
Bright and lively nursery for baby boy.
I made my daughter an Alice in Wonderland inspired first birthday party. While planning this party I fell in love with party planning and decided to make a career change.
If I had to sum Jude’s room up in a few words I would say spiritual, bright, crafty, and very personal.
I worked really diligently on this nursery because I wanted to create a space for my son that is colorful, enjoyable and relaxing to be in, and that would foster his sensory development and creativity. I also wanted it to be able to transition easily to toddler and childhood, and to not start out too babyish. I guess that’s a pretty tall order, but I am pleased with how it came out. We tried to keep the budget very small, and most of the furniture was either given to us or repurposed from some other part of the house.
When Brox was 6 months old I started planning and pinning for his 1st birthday party. I had so many “theme” ideas but wanted to save those for when he was bigger and could enjoy them more so I decided to go with a super traditional primary colored party in our backyard.
The girl who lives in this room is girly, bubbly, full of energy and loves color. So we wanted to design a room which matched her personality. This room has very tall vaulted ceilings and is full of light so could handle the bold color combinations we chose.
I knew I was having a boy but didn’t want a masculine or cutesy nursery. I started with a color palette instead. It was a labor of love and the hardest part was picking out art for the room. I actually still have some white frames to put up on both sides of the window with some newborn portraits.
Finn’s parents wanted a modern nursery without your typical blues or greens. The result is a soft, contemporary space with a masculine edge.
I wanted to do something bright and fun for my son and his fellow 2 year old friends and a Circus fit the bill.
Baby’s parents wanted the room to be happy and colorful, without being over the top. They chose the color scheme to bring warmth into the room. The nursery was a labor of love. The parents picked colors from Quiet Nursery’s paint line and painted the room from top to bottom themselves. They also lovingly painted the dresser and brought in family heirlooms and hand-me-downs to make the nursery personal.
Colorful Treetop Friends
Started working on my daughter´s bday 3 months prior to the date and my husband said I was crazy. I got a chance to work on every little detail from the napkins to the color me table settings. We rented a baby gym, popcorn stand, and downloaded Pia´s favorite music· Finding Nemo and Rio soundtrack. I loved how everything turned out! She had a blast!
I wanted to create a nursery that was feminine and bright, but not too “babyish”. We also wanted to stick to a budget and completed a few DIY projects for the room. My mom was a huge help and did the sewing for the curtains and crib skirt and helped with the wall stencil!
When I found out I was having a girl, I knew I didn’t want a classic pink room. I knew if she was going to be anything like me, she would want some “boy” colors in the mix. I decided on the color scheme first: sea green walls, white furniture, and pops of pink.