When we found out we were pregnant I already knew regardless of having a boy or girl we would have a modern and neutral nursery filled mostly with greys and white with elephants. If it was a girl, we would have added coral for a pop of color, but when we found out we were having a boy, it was all about adding navy. I loved every minute of planning the nursery for my sweet boy and it ended up being perfect!
We created a Mid-Century Modern nursery for our second child.
We had to fit our nursery into a small room, previously our “den”, which was never used and operated as a “pass through” room to the backyard and pool. It already had the built-in with bookshelves and drawers, which opens and drops down a queen-size murphy bed, so we had to work around that. It was completely filled with books and took a lot of work to clear off the bottom two shelves and organize the rest of the books to be appealing to the eye. We wanted to create a space that is quaint and comfortable for both us and our little one since we anticipated spending a lot of time in there!
I was so thrilled to begin work on this baby boy’s modern and whimsical sky nursery design with a fabulous client in Los Angeles, California. The goal was to create a warm and inviting space that was a little on the modern side with animal accents. My client also wanted a mural on the ceiling to add a touch of whimsy to the space.
A bold, orange and teal modern nursery for our baby girl. Bright colors provide a cheerful atmosphere for adults and baby. Plenty of storage and seating make it functional for the long hours parents will spend in the space.
My husband and I are expecting our first child, a girl, in early September 2015. I wanted to design a bright, colorful, and happy owl nursery for her.
Olivia’s nursery is modern, clean and girly! It’s all about the wallpaper!!!
A modern explorer nursery for our second son, Scout. His name, to us, represents an “explorer”, “outdoorsman”, and “adventurer. So, we wanted a room that not only has those elements but also that was bright, with a mix of modern and sophisticated elements.
This little nursery is such a perfect blend of modern and rustic elements. Things like reclaimed wood and unique worn metal details are mixed with bold color and a faux taxidermy too. We designed this room the grow with the baby boy so we choose some more mature items that could be used later on.
Modern blue and gray nursery with DIY accents
I designed a gender neutral nursery for our first baby that will allow me to make it more personalized once baby is here.
We created a chandelier-filled, Tiffany blue nursery with massive amounts of storage.
We adopted and weren’t sure if we were getting a boy or a girl so I designed a gender neutral nursery!
I wanted a modern, but comfortable nursery for my little boy. I didn’t want a theme so I picked a color scheme of navy and gray and threw in accents of orange for some pop.
My client wanted a modern hamptons look for her little ones nursery. Originally we played with the idea of board & batten around the wall, but in the end we went for this bold impact wallpaper in traditional navy & white. It’s such a great feature in the room! We also included elements of boating and travel in the room as they are a family past time.
Mom and nursery designer, Christina Boschetti of Widell Designs, styled a rockstar modern nursery for her baby boy Hudson Sawyer. She incorporated a mix of modern items with a hint of vintage, creating the perfect nursery for the cutest little rockstar. The castle side table that you will see featured is a vintage toy shop display that was handed down to her son by her brother-in-law. They purchased it from the toy shop 25+ years ago and it is a statement piece displaying adorable toy animals.
Modern boy nursery
I really wanted to create a bright and airy space for my son that both he and I would enjoy. I knew that I wanted to incorporate animals as a theme and use the colors gray, navy and mint. It was important to keep this project budget friendly, so many of the projects were DIYed.
My clients are a busy professional couple with a delightful toddler boy. He had been nestled in the landing below their third-floor bedroom, the space was cozy with just enough room for a crib and a chest of drawers. When Henry turned two they knew it was time for him to have a proper room or his own. The brief was for the room to be as much playroom as bedroom. We tried to utilzie the closet as much as possible for storage to allow more space in the room for toys and play. In terms of the aesthetics the mom had some great black and white photos she wanted to use but was otherwise very open to the color scheme.
I wanted the nursery to be eclectic by mixing bold colours and furniture with elements of softness to get the perfect mix of fun for a new born baby’s room