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Michael’s Jungle Baby Room

The Blake Family wanted a fun and inviting baby room! Custom mural by artist, Pamela Townsend; consisting of a Monkey, Giraffe, Lion, Elephant surround the walls with playful smiles. A banana tree is prefect to sit under with a good night time book to read baby Michael to sleep. The wall letters were handmade with scrapbook paper and even showcases Micheal’s hand print and footprint. Zebra rug, valance and crib skirt were all purchased at Target.

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Owl Nursery

A friend of mine just finished this mural for our owl themed nursery! We are so excited to have it all done and ready for our little girl! It turned out great!

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Winnie the Pooh Nursery

We decided to make the baby’s sex a surprise. So we needed something neutral. Winnie the Pooh came to us and we took it from there! We picked the colors for the background from  Disney’s color set. We used Bibiddi Bobbiddi Blue and Tinker Bell Green. After the background was painted we hand sketched the characters and painted them in a few coats. We used an acrylic paint(s) to color the characters. The furniture is made by Simmons and was bought from Clossics in Delaware Our window treatments  were custom made by a friend of ours. The fabrics were imported from Hawaii. They are made specifically from room darkening. It took us about 2 weeks. We are so anxious for the little one to get here!!

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Sayler’s Getaway

Peaceful and Serene sailboats and hot air balloons wrap around the entire nursery from the wainscoting up. I used a soft yet cheery pattern of powder blue, baby pink and hot pink, lavender, yellow, and kiwi. Dont overlook the playful dolphins frolicking in the water! Also, her name is spelled in skwriting over the crib!

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Sydney’s Room

A mix of bright and neutral are brought together to create a stylish and comfortable nursery for a little girl (and her parents).

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Baby Room

We’re not sure what we’re having so we went with a tropical jungle theme :) Bright and colourful.

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Camp In!

Woodsy mural in a room that could be for a boy or girl.   This bedroom has a very warm and cozy feel from all the fall colors in the mural and bedding.

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Enchanted Forest Mural

When my nieces moved to a new house, I wanted to give them a room that could grow with them from little girl to preteen. The older girl wanted a jungle room and the younger wanted a princess theme, so I compromised with an enchanted forest with a faerie tale castle in the clouds and jungle animals lounging in the “trees.” I used muted colors to avoid the cartoon-y look children’s murals can get, and used abstracted shapes instead of fully realized forms. You can see the entire transformation from 1980s wallpapered duck room to its current state here: http://hadesarrow.com/blog/2011/03/14/nice-niece-bedroom

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Woodland Toddler Nursery Room

Im still not quite done, I need a rug – Id like a trellis pink and white, but mostly Ive gone with the woodland/enchanted forest theme throwing in a few owls, deers and gnomes for whimsy :-) It took me 8 hours o hand draw and paint the birch tree walls – white on beige.

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Dr. Seuss Inspired Nursery

A Dr. Seuss inspired nursery featuring a wall-length mural. I utilized a white furniture color scheme with colorful textiles to help brighten the room and incorporated a spirit of creativity with blackboard closet doors.

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Cohen’s Room

Co. is my first born, so his room holds a special place for me. Although he is now three and getting ready to move into his big boy room. I thought I would share some pics of the original design before it gets modified for baby girl number two. The space is very small so my main design goal was to pack as much function and organization in while still keeping it bright and airy. 

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Baby Lilly’s Nursery

I really love all the owls and frog things out there right now, so when I couldn’t find anyting that combined them, I did it myself.

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Big City Nursery

When I first met Grace Kang Gavric to go over the details of what she might want painted in Adrian’s nursery, the final bedding choice had not been made.  Grace was down to two options and her husband, Nenad, helped weigh in with the final choice which was the Skyline bedding from Dwell.  They wanted something boyish, fun and modern.   I have to admit I was totally inspired by the choice they made.  I tried to create a really fun, interactive room that Adrian can grow and learn in for years.  I have to thank my friend and Atlanta designer, Sommer Saracevic’ for referring me to Grace and Nenad Gavric.  Adrian’s room was a joy to paint.

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Poppie’s Sweet Candy Land Nursery

My daughter, Poppie Ainsley’s room was inspired by the family board game, Candy Land. We began the process by painting the room a great Tiffany blue color and then candy striped the ceiling pink, red and white (talk about a tough task at seven months pregnant). I then painted the Candy Land mural on one wall. We kept the cost of the room low by using a floor model “Toys R Us” Amy Coe Crib and Target Brand furniture. Little accents like polka dotted knobs made the pieces look way more expensive than they actually were! We painted an 80% off clearance mirror frame bright red and balanced the color of the room with the round, white, textured rug. A couple of leftover Valentine’s Day floor pillows added wonderful color and shape. The art is simply framed game cards from Candy Land. Finally brightly colored candy was placed in jars through out the room for a little extra fun. We love it! I hope you do as well!