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Judah’s Colorful Nursery

The Nursery was inspired by wanting to achieve a fun, bright, colorful and  inviting room. At the same time, we also wanted the nursery to grow with baby so we created a playful reading nook and toy section.
When we decided to do my baby boy’s nursery (August of last year) the first thought was turquoise and lots and lots of other colors!!!.
We for the baby’s room way before I knew what the gender was. Around August of last year, we bought polka dot decals for the room because I was obsessed with it . The hubby and I put it up and it was…. love at first sight!!

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Raspberry & Linen for Layla

I had the honor of designing  my new grand daughter’s room…  Layla’s nursery is full of items that were repurposed, reused, sewn, painted and crafted especially for her.  Cheerful, sunny and full of vibrant color; it is a room that will “grow” with her.

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Rylie’s Eclectic- Modern Owl Nursery – NYC

This room was designed by Rylie’s Mom, Courtney and created around her eclectic modern style, her love for owls and a few sentimental gifts she received at her shower including an owl painting from a family member.
The tree is hand painted. I also hand painted 3-dimensional flowers to match the color scheme. The flowers, rhinestones and glitter paint added an extra sparkle and feminine touch to the tree. The owls are bejeweled with Swarovski crystals. The beautiful damask bedding is from Carousel Designs. The modern furniture and beautiful rug is from Pottery Barn.
Photo 1 – Introducing Baby Rylie!!  I love that they used the mural as a backdrop for Rylie’s first photo shoot.

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Ezra’s Era

A 60-70s themed room. Cozy, colorful, and custom.

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Hallie’s Bright & Modern Nursery

We decided to keep the gender of our first bundle of joy a surprise, so the main goal of designing the nursery space was to keep it “gender neutral.”  Besides that, we really wanted a space that was bright, fun and not “babyish,” so our child could grow into it as the years passed.
 

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Ischa’s First Birthday!

My son turned one and they say the first birthday is the birthday for the mother. Well, I took advantage of it! I wanted to give him a special first birthday.
In our country they don’t make dessert tables and the decoration doesn’t go beyond balloons en screaming colours. I wanted to make something original. Project Nursery have been a great inspiration!

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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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Pearcy’s Colorful Nursery

We have tried for years to have a child and when our dream finally came true, we wanted to create a super fun and colorful nursery.   I didn’t want a room that was a sea of pastel colors.  I wanted a room that would grow with her.  I also wanted to incorporate lots of different fabrics and as much color as possible.  My ultimate goal was to try to create a room that maybe some day she would be happy to call it her own.
We did not tell anyone her name until she got here.  We all called her Sparkle during the pregnancy.

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Colorful & Patterned Nursery

I wanted Ezekiel’s nursery to be colorful and fun without any real theme.  I always loved patterns, such as stripes and chevron, so I started there.  In order for the room to be colorful, but not too overwhelming, we painted the walls grey and had the carpets and crib grey as well.  Then we added touches of our favorite colors – green, teal, orange, and yellow – in fun patterns.

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Brooklyn’s Birthday Luau

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!

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Tiago’s room.

This is a small, simple, safari inspired, and budget friendly nursery that I made for my baby boy. I did everything myself. The nursery is almost done, it needs only a nice rug, and the ruffles under the crib. But I confess, at this point, the weight of the belly makes me easily tired. I made this with my baby boy in mind, so I tried to think about everything that a little boy would enjoy. I wanted to explore numbers, letters, colors, and animals as educational items for the nursery. I hope you enjoy.

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Our Little Girl’s 1st Birthday!

The main idea was to have a party that was simple and colorful, without an obvious theme. Our little girl hadn’t been exposed to a lot of tv characters, so she did not have a favorite character to be the driving force and inspiration for the party. Instead, we chose to use animals and colors to compose a theme, since that’s what she was learning at the time. And also, because we live in an old house we love, there was nothing better than marrying a vintage theme with animals that she loved. So vintage circus it was! The color scheme was vintage inspired, as well as the patterns. I purchased the round poms poms at etsy and made the banner pom poms to accentuate the color scheme. Other than that, I worked on the same combination for the tags, cards, labels, invitation, etc. It was a fun project to work on and practice my illustrator and photoshop skills. The piñata was a gift and it completed the decor. The home brewed beer was also a wonderful gift and it made the party! Everyone had a great time, especially our girl.

photo credit: Tate Tullier

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Toddler & Newborn Shared Room

This project started off as a room for our first daughter and it easily evolved into a room she’ll share with her newborn sister. A queen size bed was replaced by two twin beds. Our oldest now sleeps in the toddler bed, the little one has the crib. Eventually, the crib will be replaced by the dresser/changing station, thus opening room in the closet for both of the girls to store clothes and toys. For now, the room is functional, practical, and lively, a place they are comfortable in and can grow into.

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Pia´s Colorful First Bday!

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!