This modern aztec nursery is a perfect place for a sweet little girl to call her own. With a modern, aztec feel to the space and the addition of bright colors in an otherwise black and white space, we love bringing the unexpected into her room through color, texture and meaningful items.
This project is of the nursery I designed for our first child, Letty Grace.
I wanted to create a bright and airy space with pops of jewel tone colors. A little bit of gold glitter helped bring it all together.
A blue and red room for a toddler boy that combines several themes – cars, airplanes, animals, and superheroes.
We live in a large formal Victorian in New England. The room was previously the guest room, and had just been re-decorated 2 years before Oliver’s arrival. While lovely, the drab green walls weren’t very fun so we painted the thick aqua stripes on one wall to cheery it up. We wanted the room to be fun and whimsical, but also work with the character of the house.
When we were planning for the arrival of our first baby, we knew we really didn’t want a theme but we wanted a colorful, fun, functional space that would grow with our little guy. We love where we ended up – and it is still one of our favorite rooms in the house!
My main goal with Cecelia’s space was to keep it timeless enough that I wouldn’t have to redo it in five years. I wanted to create a room that was “girly” but could easily transform into a “young girl” room in a few years.
I spent 10 long weeks on bed rest following a preterm labor scare at 24 weeks gestation. They were the scariest weeks of my life. I threw myself into planning the nursery to avoid scouring the preemie discussion boards. I had great aspirations for expensive decor but I felt obligated to spend as little as possible since I was out of work not making money. I made what I could and bought inexpensive items online after extensive research. I spent maybe 20 hours researching poufs alone. I even spent hours learning how to make origami from YouTube videos. The room was the perfect distraction and and was one of the only reasons I didn’t go crazy in those 10 weeks. The nursery is now a bright and colorful celebration of the miracle that is Flynn.
The mural is filled with wildflowers, butterflies and dragonflies. The wall is bejeweled with rhinestones and Swarovski crystals. Her ceiling has hues of lavender painted into the clouds. For her accent wall, she requested a bunny in a basket. She got 2 bunnies. She named the them Cocoa and Fudgie.
I designed this nursery especially for my daughter, Charlotte. Perhaps best described as tropical, exotic, and colorful, I filled it with elements I believe reflect adventure, curiosity, and beauty – three things I’m sure will come to describe her, too.
I designed this modern nursery for my son, Jacob. Hard to believe he is already four and a half now!
Georgia’s room is a mixture of things she loves and things momma loves. Georgia loves animals and books, momma loves pale blue, yellow, and vintage furniture.
I wanted something with soft colors and we love the ocean, so this room was born.
A few weeks ago, I became fed up with the beige-beige-beige combo of my three-year-old’s bedroom. It’s a tiny space, so my goals became to make the room appear larger, add lots of color, and just make it more fun and reflective of C’s personality.
A fun vintage western nursery for our little buck-a-roo!
A modern, colorful bedroom for a big boy bed, plenty of toys and books, and room to grow.
Vintage, pretty, eclectic, and bohemian. That sums up this sweet little girl’s nursery. After having 2 boys, I was pretty excited to find out we were having a girl, and I was especially excited to decorate the nursery. This bedroom is a labor of love. We did everything ourselves, including painting, making some DIY wall decor & quilts, and hitting the thrift shops and discount stores. Found lots of great inspiration online and at local small shops and thrift stores.
This is a nursery I put together for my new baby. When I was about 5 months pregnant I started making things and collecting interesting art and toys.
We bought a new home and our little one wanted a Princess room. We wanted to keep it simple yet fun for her. Most importantly, something that she can grow into. A lot of love went into this room. She helped pick out the majority of the big furniture pieces and bedding. Not bad for a 4 year old!
We wanted to create a calm, cozy and whimsical space with natural elements and steer away from primary coloured dancing animals!