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Two-Too Cute Twins Baby Shower

This Two-Too Cute Baby Shower was in honor of a Mother to twin girls, who were born 2 months early, which made it even more special to celebrate.  Since Juliana and Isabella had already arrived, I made sure to incorporate some sort of personalization throughout the theme.  The decor was super feminine and all things girly.  Rhinestones, pink tulle, gold glittered letters and butterflies decorated french dress forms and signage.

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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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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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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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Preppy, Modern Pink & Green Girl’s Room

This preppy girl’s room was inspired by the hot pink cubes.  When I saw them on ebay, I had to have them and design a room around them!  We used Annie Selk fabric with graphic and geometric prints in hot pink and green with hints of blue and red.  The drapes and pillows were custom with the fabric.  The chair is re-upholstered also in Annie Selk fabric and painted white (ebay find).  The dresser and side table are also vintage and have been re-painted.  The lamp is from TJ Maxx and the owl lamp from Target.  Frames from Ikea and canvas storage bins from Pottery Barn Kids.  Duvet cover and euro sham from PB Teen.  Prints from Etsy & deco pillow from etsy.  Please contact me for any other details on sources used for this room.

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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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Purple and White Nursery

I have a small space which was a bit of a challenge. I wanted a nursery that was soft and elegant. I wanted it to say “girl”, but I didn’t want to use pink. Purple was the perfect option for me. I fell in love with the dress form print and connected that theme with the Barbie wall. I also wanted to make sure that the room has a personal touch. The gallery wall will be perfect once we add photos of our little bundle of joy! I must say that my hubby did a wonderful job of painting and helping to bring my vision to life!

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Kenley’s Nursery

As soon as I found out I was having a girl, I knew that I wanted a modern beachy nursery with bright colors. Lots of love and DIY projects went into this room!

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Peyton’s Nursery

This is a nursery for my baby girl. It started as a neutral room, because we didn’t know the sex. We then added pink accents after peyton was born.

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Emmerie’s room

I knew I wanted my little girl to have a purple and green room, and I didn’t want anything to “themey”. I had so many ideas in my head it was so hard to control myself. I love DIY stuff and I wanted to try and making so much as I could on my own.

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Peaches and Creme Nursery, Made with Love

I had many different ideas and possible themes for our baby’s nursery (just check out my Pinterest Boards and you will see for yourself!)  I DID know that I wanted to use peach and coral colours for a girl’s room though, so once we found out we were having a baby girl that is where we started.  From there I got a few inspirational pieces (such as the image of the little girl eating the peach and the pair of little ceramic baby shoes) and I collected items that we already had from my childhood and from around our house (such as the quilt, the cradle, the ballerina music box, my knit and stuffed animals friends etc.) and her room started taking shape. Once I started my various handmade and DIY projects  her peaches and creme, feminine antique nursery with birdy accents really started coming to life.  Most of the projects in this nursery are handmade DIY projects and lots of the furniture we got for free, or on Kijiji, and re-vamped them to freshen them up and make them fit with the nursery.  This was definitely a nursery on a budget, the retail value of the larger items in the room would have come to around $1600 but we only spent $200 on all of those items!! So hopefully this nursery is inspiring and an example that you can create a really cute nursery on a budget!

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Mac’s Nursery

I wanted to create a soft, elegant room for my daughter. I knew I was going to be on a tight budget because I was going to be quitting my job to stay at home with her after she was born. Most of the items were hand-me-downs and thrift store items I refinished to make my own.

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Transitional Lavender Grey Nursery

I wanted the nursery to be as adult friendly as possible, yet have the potential to easily transition into a child-friendly nursery with a few simple adjustments. Everything in the nursery is budget friendly and DYI. The nursery can be cleaned very easily – all of the furniture can be wiped down, the linens/curtains washed, and the rug taken outside and beaten. Since this is a girl’s room, I included lavender for a feminine touch, but avoided the fou fou of a girly princess room. The grey and the yellow, neutralizes the purple creating a balance making the room calm and relaxing.