A 60-70s themed room. Cozy, colorful, and custom.
This is a second, more colorful take on Landon’s original nursery ( http://projectnursery.com/projects/baby-landons-owl-nursery/ ). We spent his first year sharing a room at my parent’s house, and when he turned one we moved into a place of our own! I kept most of the same things but changed and added a few things.
In the original nursery I really wanted to use a bright, fun paint color for the walls but it didn’t really work with the decal I chose. So in the new nursery I made sure to chose the paint color first and the wall decal second.
Basically, it is his original nursery perfected :)
(I also included pictures of his bathroom decor since it’s connected to his room and it goes with the theme.)
I call this a “little boy room” because it’s not quite a nursery and not quite a “big boy room” either! My little guy is 18 months old…He had an owl themed-nursery from the day he was born! When we moved this past summer, I was faced with having to set up a brand new room. Although he had outgrown the baby-ish-ness of his old room, we weren’t quite ready for a full decor overhaul. Instead, I just updated his owl nursery to have a slightly more grown up feel – that will hopefully last for a little while longer until we are ready to do a big boy room. You can read all about this room HERE!
I wanted a feminine nursery that wasn’t too babyish… That she could grow with for years to come. I brought in the owls to give it somewhat of a childish feeling.
I wanted to create a perfect little nursery space that could grow with my little guy. I created a lumberjack inspired space with both vintage and modern touches. The room was easy and affordable to create. Also my husband is military and we live on base housing so I was limited to what I could do with the space! However I made it work and was pleased with the outcome! More at everythingemilygblog.blogspot.com
This is the nursery I created for my baby gir.
An owl themed nursery for my daughter. The walls were yellow before we started, so I wanted to use owl fabrics and prints that went well with that. I also wanted to use some older pieces, either passed down from our family (the chair and the armoire) or purchased (the changing table).
I wanted to design a room that would feel very peaceful and playful. I also didn’t want to overdo it with a theme, focusing more on colors and fresh modern design. Almost everything that went into this room was either handmade or something I found at a discount store. No big splurges here!
My husband and I share a passion for climbing and being outdoors, and we knew from the beginning that we wanted to incorporate those two things into the nursery. I began planning for the theme before we knew the gender of the baby, so I wanted most of the decorations to remain gender neutral but bringing in feminine/masculine colors once we found out. We were elated to find out that we were having a girl!
The room is quite small, only 10×10, but I’m glad we were able to get all the essential furniture in there.
I wanted a custom nursery that didn’t look too “themed” or too baby-ish. But, I also didn’t want a big girl nursery. We stuck with gray and white and added pink, mint, aqua, and green. I think it turned out perfect for our baby girl.
A bright, fun and meaningful space for our little girl.
I wanted Sophia’s nursery to be girly and chic. I started with the owl theme and finally decided on light gray walls with pops of hot pink. I love DIY projects and found lots of inspiration from Project Nursery, Etsy, and Pinterest.
A double 2nd birthday party for my daughter Nora and niece Andi.
Baby Kellogg’s gender is a surprise and I love woodland animals so I had to put them in there. The walls were already a blue gray color so I thought yellow would brighten up the room and feminize it a little.
My husband and I are expecting our first child this November and couldn’t be more excited! After deciding we didn’t want to find out the sex of our baby, I had to think up something gender neutral for the nursery. I am in love with the end result!
We went with a country rustic theme, yet with some playful charm. (Owls, burlap, natural wood, and soft boy colors; light blue, white, gray, and a touch of red)
When we found out we were expecting a girl, I instantly knew I wanted the colors to be gray and pink. I have always loved birds and thought that this little girl’s nursery could be sprinkled with birds as well (although I tried to stay away from too many birds…like the movie “The Birds”).
Modern nursery for a little boy with mural.
I wanted to create a whimsical nursery with fresh and bright colors. After deciding on a palette and theme, I started gathering materials and went for it!