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Emerson’s Pink and Turquoise Nursery

A nursery filled with fun girl colors… All different shades of pink and turquoise.  Also accessorized with timeless accents that will grow with the little one.

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Baby Girls’ Nursery

I wanted a feminine nursery that wasn’t too babyish… That she could grow with for years to come. I brought in the owls to give it somewhat of a childish feeling.

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Luxury Baby Girl Nursery

I wanted to mix pieces from different eclectic collections to form her nursery. The animal heads are very nontraditional but I encrusted them in Swarvoski crystal to girly it up.
 

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Chevron Bird Nursery

I wanted a vintage look with a modern flair to it, and I wanted to do it within a certain budget.  I love vintage furniture and like to repurpose it to make it look totally different. All the furniture in the room was repurposed, except for the chair. None of the accessories at retail price and was at least 20% off, but most was at least 40% off.

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Liv’s Lounge

Liv’s Lounge is a whimsy mix of modern and shabby chic. I am all about color, different textures & patterns and unique design. I really wanted her room to be something that will grow with her. I don’t care for baby-ish themes so I just started buying pieces that struck my fancy. Luckily, by accident, everything came together perfectly! I couldn’t be more pleased with the final product!

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Gweneth’s Shabby Chic Safari Nursery

This nursery was designed in collaboration with my then pregnant client and my now close friend.  She wanted to do something girly but in the blue family.  I think we definitely achieved that.

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A Soft and Sweet Nursery

I designed this nursery for sweet baby Quinn after her parents contacted me last summer for help creating the perfect space for their daughter. They were looking for something that would be fun and cool for a little girl, but not too “girly.” Using a screen printed My Morning Jacket concert poster as a starting point, we pulled together a fresh look that is almost as sweet as the baby girl who gets to sleep here!

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Modern Vintage Nursery

I started planning our daughter Ali’s nursery probably from the day I found out I was pregnant.  I started a girl vision board and a boy vision board.  Obce I found out I was having a girl I deleted the boy nursery vision board and went full force with planning her nursery.  I had an extreme obsession with gray, pink and orange.  Any free time I had I would wander the aisles at Target, Home Goods, Marshall’s and was constantly on the internet surfing websites.

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Elegant Ballerina Room Any Girl Would Want!

This room was custom designed by Cheryl McConnell of Sweet Lullaby in Wyckoff, NJ.  Bedding and window treatments flow with beautiful ruffles, sparkling beads and luxerious bows!! The furniture was custom ordered and the muralist just sealed the deal with stunning silhouettes of ballerinas.
Murals were painted by Murals and more by Patrice.  Bejeweled with Swarvoski crystals, pearls and rhinestones.
 
Our sweet little customer wanted a ballerina room done with elegance that she can grow with!

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Toddler Room that Doubles as a Guest Room

We have a three bedroom house and two kids, so we needed a multi-functional room.  The room has to function as a space for my growing toddler, but it is also used as a guest room when friends and family come visit.  The challenge was squeezing a queen size bed and a crib in a relatively small bedroom.

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Flora and Fauna

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.

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Macie’s Fabulously Girly Nursery

A combination of light and dark pinks, white, and pool blue combined with various patterns to create an elegant and one of kind nursery.

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Ada’s Nursery

I wanted an elegant and girly nursery that wasn’t too baby-ish for our daughter, Ada, due Nov. 5th. I knew I wanted to do alot of pink and white, but I love color, so I had to throw in some pops of hot pink.

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Frankie Sofia’s Whimsical Nursery

This project was for my first born baby girl named Frankie. Not a traditional name for a little diva but we loved it and it fits her well. She is about 4 months and growing fast.

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lovely lavender – nursery

Our goal was to create a nursery with the baby furniture we already had (from big sis), keep it traditional, coincide with the rest of our home but still have it’s own sweet character. We decided to add lavender paint to the all ready there taupe walls and accent the room with trim (made such a difference!) check our more details on my blog Simply PChee

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Baby Nursery for Brooke

After 2 boys, it was a no brainer to accent the nursery in pink. We didn’t want to paint the room again… but it looks great with the teal and pink. I think having the walls green really compliments all the pink accessories. It was so much fun hunting my favorite stores for feminine pieces… all the furniture in the nursery was less than $500! I wanted Brooke’s bedding to be different, so I sent the fabric to my Aunt Jan, and she sewed the quilt, pillows and even a baby doll quilt. To save on cost, I purchased the silk and made the curtains and rest of the bedding. I love the Winbourg Sisters artwork, and painted the piece above the antique dresser to accent the blues in the room and we hung cute butterfly mobiles and a tree branch from the sky painted on the ceiling. The last hand-painted pieces was the ceiling medallion that we bought from Lowe’s for less than $20. What I love about Brooke’s nursery is the serene feeling and it looks like a very expensive nursery, but was done on a small budget! You can do it too!