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Baby L’s Pink and Gray Nursery

We wanted a calm, soft space with some old and new elements mixed in. The room features some vintage blankets, hints of metallics, retro starburst mirrors, and lots of fluffy white and sheepskin!

Pastels and Gold Nursery

Pretty Pastels and Gold Nursery

Soft pastel colors, with pops of gold give this nursery a pretty yet modern feel, all while being soothing and calming for the new baby.


Stella’s Glam Nursery

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


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:


Our Baby Sienna’s DIY Nursery

As a crafty and budget conscious new mamma, I set out to create the most amazing, colorful and baby girl friendly nursery for my little Sienna.
I am not a super girly girl myself and wanted to avoid an overly pink baby room. I looked into color combinations that were a bit more contemporary yet still soft and sweet. Starting with my love of teal/aqua as a primary color, I connected with a light peach and grey. The room ended up with tan as well since we got a great deal on the glider. =)

Aqua, Pink and Grey Baby Girl Nursery

London’s Lovely Aqua, Pink and Grey Nursery

This nursery is for my daughter, London.  I was excited to learn I was having a girl and so was my husband.  His only concern was if everything had to be pink.  I said no, and so I found a way to have the primary color be aqua and accessories pink and grey.

Custom Made Curtains from the Kumari Garden Fabrics

Charlotte’s Happy Carnival Nursery

My husband and I tried for several years to get pregnant, so we had a long time to think about what we wanted in the nursery and the vision changed several times over. Ultimately, we wanted a cheerful and colorful nursery that would grow with our daughter. We wanted it to be very personal; something that would make her feel special and proud.


Presley’s Dream Room

I wanted to create a space for my daughter that is not only functional but fun! I accomplished this by added a fun stencil and color palette along with some age appropriate art. The teepee is a great play space and has provided hours of fun!

Casablanca Crib

Coral Blooms

I created an E-design for this room, my client then executed the design plan. We were such a great team and we had tons of fun.

Navy and Coral Baby Nursery Decor

Nora’s Navy & Coral Nursery

Our daughter Nora’s nursery is a classic space using a color palette of navy, coral and light gray for a preppy, girly feel.


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.

Girly Glam Polka Dot Room

Georgia’s Peachy Punchy Room

I’ve been waiting for an excuse to use the fabric from Kate Spade’s Candy Stripe shower curtain, but nothing felt quite right in our home until I found out I was expecting a daughter. It was important that the tiny room felt airy, clean, and feminine but not too flouncy – she has two older brothers to keep up with so a fun edge was a must!