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.
It’s a pawty! Our little guy loves playing with our doxies so it only seem natural that for his 1st birthday we throw him a puppy themed party, specifically a wiener dog one. From a hot dog bar to an “Adopt a Pet” center everything was bright, cherry, & fun!
A modern, colorful bedroom for a big boy bed, plenty of toys and books, and room to grow.
A modern blue, chartreuse green and white baby boy’s nursery, with a touch of preppy pizzazz. Featuring a bold ikat patterned wallpaper, preppy stripes and lots of white accents – it’s a fun, yet calming space.
Check out more details in my In the Nursery with interview on the blog.
My husband and I didn’t want anything “too pink”, so we focused on primary colors and owls which seem to be 2014’s trendy animal.
We did a lot of DIY projects. Dad painted the changing table, which was a children’s desk we found at a thrift shop, and the bookcase and night stand which came from other rooms in our house. The glider was passed down and the dresser and trunk were already in the house, too. The crib was the only piece of furniture we had to buy.
I sewed the curtains and crib skirt and created the letters for the alphabet/initial wall.
We wanted to create a calm, cozy and whimsical space with natural elements and steer away from primary coloured dancing animals!
My good friend Meaghan and her husband found out last summer that they were expecting their second child, a girl, this February. Three of her close friends (Maylissa, Meghan, and Foullone) and I joined forces as fellow aunties and decided to plan a surprise event for her this time around. We aimed for a small, but meaningful gathering, in which her family and friends could be there for her, her husband (who was in on the surprise), and her son (Check out his Peanut and Elephant Baby Shower in my gallery!) in celebration of a soon-to-be new addition to their growing family.
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For my son I want something that was boyish but still with good use of color. I love how his nursery turned out! A lot of things were DIY projects to save on the budget like the curtains, dresser, and pegboard.
A mustache and bow tie theme party for Hudson’s 1st birthday
We wanted to be surprised the day our baby was born so we designed this gender neutral nursery. I am a little bit of a procrastinator and the night before our scheduled c-section I was hanging and filling the shelves that I built. Once our son was born we added a few little boy touches.
A bright, fun space that this baby boy can grow into!
I wanted to create a fresh/ rustic/shabby chic nursery. I was working with a pretty tight budget so I had to figure out how to get the look for less. I incorporated a lot of things into the room that we already had at home and found pieces for a great price at target and on etsy. I handmade the bed skirt myself and a local seamstress made the curtains for $50(amazing!!! I mean they are pleated and lined!)
Our clients are in love with their labradoodle…. their first baby! We wanted to incorporate her into the room and make sure she was included. Every detail was thought through with the expecting couple in mind. We wanted to make their little one feel comfortable in an environment that reflected his parents.
Neutral nursery for boy girl twins with DIY touches.
I made chalkboards and put them inside the frames so when you are walking into the nursery they are the first thing you see. They read:
This Is Our…
Happily Ever After
The large frames that have the initials in them were originally black- they were painted white.
I also made the mobiles after loving some similar ones on Etsy.com. I couldn’t find one with all of the elements that I loved, so I decided to create my own instead!
My mom crocheted the fringe blanket on the back of the glider :)
When we found out we were expecting our first baby, getting the nursery started was a number one priority for me. I scoured the internet for inspiration. Once we discovered it was a baby girl, finding exactly what I wanted was going to be slightly difficult.
This family with three adorable little girls was willing to sacrifice their very large living room to be the center of the household: a fantastic, colorful playroom where any child would want to spend their time.
A sweet, neutral nursery created with lots and lots of love for our first baby, “Peeper”.
I created this nursery for my first son, James before he was born in december of 2010. I just came across the photos and decided to upload them to Project Nursery.
A ‘Shabby Chic’ first birthday party for our precious Baby E!