We already had a dresser we were going to use as a change table and it was stained a light colour that was impossible to match. I decided I could do a nautical theme no problem with a couple colours of wood. It freed me from continuing to search for a wood to match the dresser.
Travel the world in color was the inspiration for our gender neutral nursery. When we got started on the project, we didn’t know if we were having a boy or girl. Even after she was born we wanted to to stay bright but neutral and avoid the more gender specific colors.
We turned our first floor “formal living room” into a fun entertainment room for our family of three.
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.
I am so excited to share my recent makeover project with the help of RH Baby & Child. This one is especially near and dear because it was for my four year old son, Chase! For the complete story, check out my #ProjectChase journey on the blog:
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A special thanks goes to Carolyn Ann Ryan Photography, family photographer, based in New Jersey.
A modern safari themed nursery for a stylish baby boy. We wanted to design something fun yet calming for both baby and mommy.
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.
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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.
Modern grey and navy nursery that was put together by me!
A bright, fun space that this baby boy can grow into!
Green and navy nautical themed nursery
A bright and cheery room for my growing girl.
This contemporary nautical nursery was designed for my baby boy Camden. Most of the nursery was done before he arrived but the final touches (including personalized touches) came after he was born.
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.
I wanted to create a simple and bright room that looked feminine without being overly “girly”. I’m obviously not a designer so I have no idea what I’m even talking about.
Transitional nursery that will grow as our baby boy does. Navy, gray, white, and green with some dinosaurs mixed in.
The palette: Navy, white, gray & pops of red. What you see: Navy and white zig zag bedding from Pottery Barn; An old black dresser transformed into a new one with white paint and navy trim (and new knobs from Etsy); A striped accent wall (you know I love that for a nursery!); Three freshly painted gray walls; Navy & white area rug; Red & white ores; Art work from Etsy; White book case from Target (I know, shocking!); Custom made grommet drapery and shades with black out lining of course; And adorable accessories on display. Photographed by: Lynn Abesera
This room is a result of lots of love and inspiration. I wanted something rustic, but modern, with a few vintage and whimsical touches.
This is a nursery that my wife and I designed for our son Jack. My wife was gracious enough to give me a lot of creative control over the design features so this is really my first attempt at designing a room