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Stella’s Glam Nursery

I wanted to create a glamorous baby girl’s nursery that was clean, fresh, and feminine.

Tropical and Vibrant Nursery
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Charlotte’s Tropical + Vibrant Nursery

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.

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Sweet, and Oh So Girly Nursery

A sweet, but oh so girly nursery. This DIY nursery was done on a strict budget. We started with installing crown moulding and painting a bright, but calming color on the walls. Then we added some touches DIY style–including a ruffled crib skirt in coral and a matching valance. We then made some adorable frames to showcase our baby girl’s name.
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Lilac & Gray Nursery

For this nursery I went with sophisticated elegance. I used purple and gray as the base color palette and bright blue accents to give the room a vibrant pop of color. I decided on the glass columns and a gray ceiling to introduce a new style to the room while staying within the decided color scheme.

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Fun and Colourful Batik Nursery

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.

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My Little Honey Nursery

Decorating my first baby’s room was so exciting! I wanted to create a space that could grow with my child. Something that would not have to be changed when she got older. I began with a pink and white as the base colors for the room. After that, I chose furnishings that would work in a small space, items that provided good storage and would stand the test of time. We wanted a room that would feel truly special to her. I hope she enjoys growing up in it! Sources and more pictures on my and my baby’s blog:
http://sharedbyshule.wordpress.com
http://gurbuzbaby.wordpress.com

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A Sweet Vintage Nursery for Kinzie Elle

There was a LOT of love that went into each and every part of Kinzie’s nursery.  Let’s just say, we had some struggles trying to conceive…  This little girl changed our lives forever before she even made it into this world and I (we) wanted her to feel the LOVE around her.
From DIY projects (chandelier crystals, creating a special clothing wall display, etc) to adding elements and vintage pieces that gave me such special/happy childhood memories.

Whimsical Flower Nursery
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Berkley’s Whimsical Flower Nursery

When we found out we were having a baby girl, I was ecstatic. I knew I wanted her nursery to be bright, colorful, and full of handmade elements. I have never been a fan of pastel colors, so when I found the adorable fabric this room is designed around, I was really excited.
I started with the selected fabric and designed every other element from there. Everything fell together really easily once I let go of the idea that everything had to be super “matchy-matchy.”
Berkley loves being in her room now–she adores looking at the flower wall!

Pottery Barn Kids Kendall Crib in Simply White with Land Of Nod In the Mix Crib Bedding
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Sofia’s Pink + Red Nursery

As an interior designer, I always dreamed of creating a nursery for my own children.  I finally got the chance to do that last year when my husband and I were expecting our first baby, Sofia.  We worked together on every aspect of the room.  Now our daughter is 1 year old and the room is just as fresh, fun, and vibrant as when we first put it together.  She loves it!

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Twin Nautical Nursery

We knew that we wanted to have a classic nursery that would fit for a boy and a girl, but we also wanted it to be a welcoming, bright, loving room. We started with our budget and worked to find or make each item so that it would fit within our budget. We love this room because it has the perfect combination of DIY touches and other classic accessories.

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Penelope’s Woodland Fairy Tale Nursery

Penelope’s nursery is calming and cozy in soft tones of grays and yellows, yet the woodland fairy tale elements make it an inspiring space that will encourage her to dream and use her imagination. A combination of new objects, like her gray suede rocker and white jenny lind crib, combine with old heirlooms and found objects, like her antique bird cage and yellow vanity, to create a timeless and comfortable feel.

Lavender Girl Nursery Room View
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Annabelle’s Nursery

I spent a lot of time imagining the perfect space for my little baby girl. I wanted something soothing but colorful and fun. I knew I’d be spending a lot of time in the nursery in the coming months! While I was pregnant I did everything from the painting to woodworking projects with my dad to make the space special. It turned out just how I imagined and I love playing with baby Annabelle in the room every morning!

Girls Striped Eclectic Nursery Entrance
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Mia’s Modern Nursery

Initially designed as a gender neutral nursery with added “pink” and custom elements after my daughter Mia was born.  Mia’s nursery is a mix match of bright colors on a neutral background of grey.  It has a combination of modern elements, DIY projects, and cheap/cool finds.

Pink Travel Themed Nursery Map Art
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Little B’s Travel Themed Nursery

I started collecting ideas for a travel-themed nursery well before I found out that I was pregnant. My husband and I both love to travel and can’t wait to share our adventures with our children someday. We had a great time selecting the items for the room and putting everything together. Hopefully, this room will inspire our little girl to go out and see the world!

Colorful Modern Nursery Crib View
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Colorful Modern Baby Girl’s Nursery

I worked with an existing wall color and started with the main colors of bright blue, magenta and yellow.  I wanted the “theme” to be cheerfulness captured through patterns.  For the most part the it was a DIY project.