This is the Yellow Submarine nursery I designed for my son before he was born.
A cozy, bright and colourful reading corner for kids.
Inspired by Skip Hop’s Mod Dot bedding, I decorated the room around this fun and bright print.
A whimsical mixture of modern and classic that is suitable for a girl and easily adapted for any boys in our future.
My husband and I wanted to give our daughter a fresh and girly nursery. I would still love to add some more things but I am in love with what we have done so far.
A wild…sweet…fun baby’s first birthday party. Turned your regular pink and black Wild safari colors into a more fun colorful and bright idea for my daughter’s first birthday.
A fun space with calming colors and made-with-love projects for my little man to enjoy!
Eclectic and modern nursery that is fun and functional! Great color palette for boy or girl.
This room has many personalized items, along with some items available at local retailers. I wanted to give my little one a room that was fun and whimsical, but that would also be a great place to grow, and I had a limited budget to work with. These photos were just taken with my iPhone, so the quality doesn’t really do the room justice, but you’ll get the idea. ;)
Bright and colorful, young and fun… this party was packed-full of treats for everyone with a sweet tooth!
A mad hatter inspired tea party for Isla’s first birthday
Malon’e red/aqua birthday party. For more pics go to megandcalconner.blogspot.com
I wanted to design her nursery with bright, cheerful colors. I wanted the wall color and furniture to be something that she could grow with.
A fun, bright, easy to use playroom that used to be mom and dad’s home office.
A birthday celebration for my seven-year-old daughter, Jamila. I have been inspired by so many virtual images and ideas, but decided to recreate that all by myself. So everything, except the cake was homemade and handmade by me.
Baby Boy Nursery
a jungle inspired nursery full of colour to inspire our little boys imagination.
A fresh Mod spin on a little boy’s room.
When I started designing the nursery, I knew that I was having twins but wasn’t sure of the gender. I wanted something colorful and fun, but soothing too, that would work for girls or boys. There are floor to ceiling windows in the nursery, and great views of trees and the bay, so I knew that I wanted to bring some of the nature that surrounds us, into the room.
Girly Garden party for the with lots of pink, butterflies and flowers to suit any cute little girl!