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Modern + Vintage Eclectic Baby Boy Nursery

This nursery was a DIY project with many items from Etsy.com, online vendors, and handmade by family.  I wanted a modern, eclectic feel, with some vintage touches, without a specific theme for our new baby boy.  The animal photos are simple, beautiful and educational, while the remainder of the outdoor-feel decor was inspired by some of my favorite things – trees, flowers, and plants.
We had a relatively small space to work with, and needed to make the most of our storage space – accounting for the chest of drawers doubling as a changing station, and the hanging hamper and shelf with books and hooks for other practical hanging items.  Enjoy and be inspired!

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Ainsley Grace’s Nursery

I love my baby girl’s nursery! It wasn’t at all what I had in mind at the beginning but as we starting getting pieces it all just fell together! The goal was Shabby Princess on a budget and I think we definitely achieved that!

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Ready And Waiting For Our Little Man

A modern nursery with soothing gray walls accented with navy blue and citron green.  A mix of different prints was also used to make the room “pop”

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Baby Ella’s Gender Neutral Bird Themed Nursery

I wanted a nursery for our baby girl that would be largely gender neutral. Neither my husband nor I care for pink very much, and we figured as long as she doesn’t care, and we’ll be the ones spending a ton of time in the room looking around, it might as well look how we want it to!  She’ll be into pink soon enough, despite our best efforts, we’re told! In the meantime, no girlie-girls here!

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Vintage Inspired Nursery

This is my son’s vintage inspired nursery. He’s now 2, but this room will be perfect for him for another year or two since his crib converts into a toddler bed.

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Modern Owl Nursery

The nursery is a mixture of neutral colors with pops of blue and teal for a baby boy.  And incorporates modern style with woodland owls.

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Calm and Soothing Nursery

I designed this nursery for my sweet baby boy.  We wanted a nursery that was calm and soothing…easily changed to work for a baby girl later on…and not too babyish!  The walls are grey, the linens are white, and the furniture is mostly white.  The bookshelves and woven shade are chocolate.

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Naia’s Naturalistic Nursery

We wanted something clean and simple with just pops of colors against browns and whites. When we found out we were having a girl, we tried to stick to pinks and greens. We wanted the room to feel organic and have touches of nature with just small hints of whimsy. Since this room is our Master Retreat, we added french doors to create some privacy and a sound barrier for Naia. We also added built-ins around the fireplace so Naia could have a “closet” and room for storage.

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Colorful Owl Nursery

This is a second, more colorful take on Landon’s original nursery ( http://projectnursery.com/projects/baby-landons-owl-nursery/ ).  We spent his first year sharing a room at my parent’s house, and when he turned one we moved into a place of our own!  I kept most of the same things but changed and added a few things.
In the original nursery I really wanted to use a bright, fun paint color for the walls but it didn’t really work with the decal I chose.  So in the new nursery I made sure to chose the paint color first and the wall decal second.
Basically, it is his original nursery perfected :)
(I also included pictures of his bathroom decor since it’s connected to his room and it goes with the theme.)

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Quentin’s Animal Nursery

When I started to shop for baby bedding, I was struck by how theme-y the sets are. I would find a crib sheet and quilt that I really liked, but was hit over the head with the theme again & again. Curtains, diaper stackers and bumpers, Oh My! All of which, I had no intention of using. So I decided to avoid an overt theme. and instead try to create a space that Baby Q could grow into and make his own. I mean what if I created a baseball nursery and he grew up to hate sports? I know this is maybe silly and maybe even unlikely, but I tried to create a functional and transitional space for my little one with pretty neutral colors and a loose animal theme. Additionally, at my baby shower guests were asked to bring a children’s book instead of a card. The little guy has quite the library, so we wanted a place to store and display his books. The glider now doubles as a space for feeding & reading with all the books easily accessible without even getting up out of the chair. Reading is important to my husband and I so we really want to pass that on.

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Brayden’s Zoo Themed Nursery

I knew that I wanted a theme of some sort for the nursery but really had no idea until I came upon the bedding set while searching online. I immdiately fell in love with the zoo animals and had to have it. Giraffes, Monkeys and Elephants are the main focus of the room with lots of color. More details and pics available at http://onehappymommyblog.blogspot.com
 

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Oliver’s Perfect Nursery

We put more time and thought into this nursery than I thought possible! After a two and a half year journey ending in fertility treatments, I think I was so overjoyed to finally be pregnant that I felt like every detail had to be perfect! And it is!! :) With the artistic talents of my husband’s mom and grandma, we were even lucky enough to get a custom mural and some excellent design advice on the way, too!

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Remington’s Room

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.

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Feather Her Nest Baby Shower

Our Feather Her Nest is elegant and beautiful.  What a lovely way to celebrate a new mommy to be.  Includes a soft color palette of pinks and  a beautiful Moroccan pattern for the designs.  The Feather Her Nest printable collection is  perfect for  celebrating the upcoming arrival of a baby girl, baby boy  or gender  surprise as our collection is also available in multiple colors!

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Native American Forest Nursery

The theme of the room is a Native American forest with a river running through it-note the turquoise as a representative of water. The additional decor theme is the triangular and circular shapes. I wanted the room to be fun and inspiring without using pastels or too “babyish” of a decor. I wanted it to be versatile, have pops of color with different textures and dimension popping out of the walls, all the while on a limited budget. There are many different natural textures to feel in this room – the real branches on tree limb rack, the real wool blanket, the bumpy ceramic tile that looks like stone in the lizard plaque, and the real leather in the mobile. I have a deep love for nature, animals and geometrical figures.  The main color of the room is teal turquoise with secondary splashes of orange, yellow, and even more subtle greys. In some of the pictures the blue looks just blue, but it is in fact a bright teal.   The wall is a faint Tuscany yellow but since it’s wall paper I hesitated to paint over it…the only thing yet I have to complete is paint the walls, add a rug and perhaps get some different curtains…the ones I have there came with the house.