A Bright and Cheerful room for our Little Man
My son’s room.
I wanted a timeless, gender-neutral nursery that can easily transition to a toddler room and beyond.
A Fall brunch baby girl shower.
This is a gender neutral baby’s room for our little one that is due in January. We are currently living in my parent’s home, so couldn’t make too many changes to the room or have anything be too permanant.
I wanted an owl nursery for our little girl, but wanted to do it my way ;) The pink, yellow, and gray is pulled together throughout the room, with a little touch of owl.
I really wanted Liam to have a fun room. I am a big fan of bright colors, and wanted to incorporate especially a lot of yellow and red. I love, love, love crafting, so there’s a lot in here that I just made/repurposed/designed myself. I didn’t really have a specific ‘budget’, just that I wanted to be as thrifty as possible here. (Having a baby gets expensive, after all! I wanted to make our dollars stretch!) By learning a few new skills–aka picking up sewing for the first time in my life, scouring Craigslist endlessly, thrifting, & shopping at discount stores (Ross, TJ Maxx, etc.) and Amazon, I was able to put this entire room together for under $500 It definitely took a lot more time/work than just buying all brand-new, fancy things, but to me it was a labor of love + it’s more unique and more my style.
Neutral animal theme with splashes of pink, blue and green, not overly girly, calming and relaxing
This nursery was designed to be a fun environment that would grow with him. It is classic, livable and functional.
Baby Shower with owl theme.
My husband and I both love things with a modern look and a tiny twist of vintage. When I was pregnant, we had no idea what we wanted to do for the nursery, the only thing we knew for sure was that we didn’t want to go the “traditional baby blue” route. We knew we both loved grey as a neutral and then we ended up adding a few pops of tangerine for fun!
We moved in our first house on june 16th.It was the perfect occasion to create a brand new room decor for my daughter. Something different from her first pink bedroom.. Cozy, girly and calm.
I wanted to create a nursery that was cozy and girly, without being overly pink.
This is Zechariah’s simple gray and white nursery! I wanted something clean and simple for a little boy with a few splashes of red.
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.
Our nursery is a tranquil room that he can grow into. It’s simple, clean and fun!
This was definitely a “labor of love” for my husband and I. We both love the outdoors and animal life so we decided to make that our first child’s nursery!
This is our third child, first boy and so we wanted to make his room something that would last him a long time and transition easily. We love non-baby themed rooms for nurseries and found this one to be a joy to work on.
Nursery on a budget! I was laid off last October and knew we couldn’t spend much on the nursery. Searched this site, etsy, and pinterest for ideas that I could do myself to give the new little guy his own space. Not sure when I developed my love for owls but I heart them!! Tried to not go overboard but with friends and family contributing as well, there is no shortage of owls :)
Scarlett’s Pink and Gray Nursery