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Jacob’s Cheerful DIY Woodland Nursery

In creating a nursery for our new baby boy, I wanted to design a space that was bright, cheerful, neutral, and that would grow with him as he got older. The room is small, about 7′ x 9′, so space was definitely taken into consideration when choosing furniture. I hope Jacob has as much fun in his nursery as I did making it!


Star Wars!

A classic Star Wars motif with a modern feel for a young boy that loves Star Wars.


Kydiel’s Star Wars Room

This is my version of a modern Star Wars room. I wanted to incorporate my love for the orange and teal color combination and my son’s love of Star Wars.


Woodland Vintage Nursery

I wanted something with a vintage feel and plenty of heirloom pieces.  I tried to avoid anything too theme-like but couldn’t resist the charm of little woodland creatures.

Girly Glam Polka Dot Room

Georgia’s Peachy Punchy Room

I’ve been waiting for an excuse to use the fabric from Kate Spade’s Candy Stripe shower curtain, but nothing felt quite right in our home until I found out I was expecting a daughter. It was important that the tiny room felt airy, clean, and feminine but not too flouncy – she has two older brothers to keep up with so a fun edge was a must!


Sweet DIY Pumpkins fit for a Nursery

Just a cute little DIY project to keep me busy while waiting for baby’s arrival.  I wanted to add some fall décor to the space while still staying within the color scheme.  I decoupaged one of the pumpkins and the others I adorned with ribbon/rick rack.

Pinwheel 1st Birthday Party Cake

Pinwheel First Birthday

We used a pinwheel theme for our son’s first birthday.  He doesn’t have any favorite cartoons or characters right now so we didn’t want to do a character theme party at this point.

Turquoise, Teal Animal Nursery

Turquoise, Teal and Coral Orange Neutral Nursery

My husband and I were over the moon when we learned that we were pregnant earlier this year.  We knew right away that we wanted to wait to find out the baby’s gender in the delivery room; so I began my quest to find ideas for a gender neutral nursery that wasn’t your typical mint green and pale yellow.

Gray and Orange Eclectic Room Crib

Peeper’s Place

A sweet, neutral nursery created with lots and lots of love for our first baby, “Peeper”.

Themeless Birthday Party Birthday Boy Banner

Theme-less Photo Funtastic First Birthday Party

For my son’s first birthday party, there was no theme, just lots of bright colors and lots of photos of the birthday boy.  The main colors for the party were yellow, aqua and coral. I made a DIY photo “booth” for guests to take photos with fun accessories during the party. To see more of his party, visit

Gray Striped Orange and Aqua Nursery Crib

Aqua, Orange, and Grey Nursery

Creating this room for our sweet baby boy truly was a labor of love! My main goal for the nursery was to create something that was bright and whimsical but not too “babyish”, that way he can grow into it.

Baby Girl Nursery Tissue Poms

Girl’s Orange and Pink Nursery

We changed our small playroom into a nursery for our second child-a girl.  I wanted to create a welcoming bright space that maximized space with various storage solutions.  I saw tissue pom poms used above the crib in other blogs/websites and thought that was a fantastic take on the classic mobile.

Navy and Red Boy Nursery Glider

Colorful Nursery

A fun, colorful room that would inspire learning and creativity. I also wanted a room that my little guy wouldn’t outgrow right away so I didn’t want to make it too “babyish”.

Boy Gray and Orange Nursery Monogrammed Wall

London’s Nursery

This is our third boy so my husband and I really wanted to do something outside the box. I didn’t want the same old color blue just because we were having a boy, and we both didn’t want anything cartoon, or sports because my oldest son already had that theme. We wanted his nursery to grow with him, especially his furniture, and we definitely made that happen. With the crib that turns into a full bed, his changing table being a desk so when he gets older he can do his homework on it. My husband is a very great handy man and did a lot of the work, like the closet, and putting the pattern on the wall. We are very happy with the way everything came out. London is now 17 months old and he loves his room. He will come in here pull out his toy basket and play. This room isn’t big, however its just right for him.