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Hallie’s Bright & Modern Nursery

We decided to keep the gender of our first bundle of joy a surprise, so the main goal of designing the nursery space was to keep it “gender neutral.”  Besides that, we really wanted a space that was bright, fun and not “babyish,” so our child could grow into it as the years passed.
 

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Asher’s Lumberjack Inspired Nursery

I wanted to create a perfect little nursery space that could grow with my little guy. I created a lumberjack inspired space with both vintage and modern touches. The room was easy and affordable to create. Also my husband is military and we live on base housing so I was limited to what I could do with the space! However I made it work and was pleased with the outcome! More at everythingemilygblog.blogspot.com

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Bright and Modern Nursery

I designed this nursery before my daughter was born, so it had to be gender neutral. I wanted it to be clean and modern, and filled with things that are meaningful, such as the handmade shelves and mobile, special items from my childhood, and a little bit of Star Wars.

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Sawyer’s Aqua and Orange Eclectic Nursery

I wanted to design a room that would feel very peaceful and playful. I also didn’t want to overdo it with a theme, focusing more on colors and fresh modern design. Almost everything that went into this room was either handmade or  something I found at a discount store. No big splurges here!

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Robot Nursery

As software engineers my husband and I loved the idea of a ‘geeky’ twist on a nursery theme and fell in love with the idea of robots.

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Ashlynn’s Nursery

We wanted a nursery that was completely unexpected – no chair rails, pastels, or animal themes.   Something modern with feminine touches that will transition easily as our daughter grows .  And no pink!

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Gray and Pink Nursery with a Splash of Green

Crafty bedroom with gray and pink and a dash of green.Putting together Penelope’s nursery was one of the most fun things I’ve done. I can’t say that my husband would agree as he had tons of IKEA furniture to put together. I have to say that her room is my favorite in the house. It’s the nicest and the one that’s most well put together.

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Gloria’s “Be Kind” Nursery!

This is a nursery made to honor Gloria’s namesake: my grandmother.  The blue, pink, and yellow theme looked FUN, calming, and perfect, just like my Tata.

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A Room For Two

Planning a room for a boy and a girl can be a challenge.  Finding the color scheme of aqua, grey, white, with touches of pink allowed for the room to be balanced.  

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Owen’s Room

Inspired (and intimidated!) by all the great nursery designs on the web, I decided that it really is possible to create a great, personal space on a tight budget.  Owen’s nursery is filled with lovingly DIY’d, thrifted, and gifted objects that we’ve collected and arranged in little ways that make us happy. We aren’t allowed to paint our walls, so it’s been fun trying to figure out other ways to bring some color to the room. I know it still needs some work (need to get an area rug!!), but this room is now the most loved corner of our little house!

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Jaxson’s Nursery

I love gray and orange!  They were our wedding colors and now we used them for Jax’s room!  I had to fight my husband to use orange instead of blue but Im so glad he caved beacuse I love the room.

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The Estacio’s Nursery

Modern, Clean and Simple. I’m sure we will accumulate a ton of things the next few months so I wanted to keep the room simple with the necessities and build from there.

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Meila’s pink and gray nursery

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.