I wanted an elegant and girly nursery that wasn’t too baby-ish for our daughter, Ada, due Nov. 5th. I knew I wanted to do alot of pink and white, but I love color, so I had to throw in some pops of hot pink.
We wanted something that would transition well to a “big boy” room in a few years, so instead of a theme or anything too babyish, we went for more modern with bright colors and patterns!
We had the joy of travelling to Brazil at the exact month of our baby’s first birthday, so we couldn’t miss the great opportunity to celebrate this special moment with our family.
I had such a fun time designing my son’s nursery through out my pregnancy. It came out exactly how I imagined it would
The gray & white chevron with a nature/woodsy nursery. We added pops of color throughout the room using peacock feathers as the color inspiration.
I wanted to do a retro-inspired room for my little guy. I have designed 2 great rooms for my daughters and loved doing those. I wanted his space to be fun and energetic.
A pint-sized, non-gender specific nursery created with oodles of love! Working with a small space to incorporate high function, storage, pattern and design. Many projects are DIY and were attainable on a tight budget.
DIY nursery on a budget. Full of girly details!
I wanted to make a great girly room that wasnt to over done! Different patterns where my theme to the room!
This neutral nursery is warm and cozy. Orange and blue are great complimentary colors and the polka dots and animal accents give the room whimsy and charm.
This nursery is for our second son due in about 8 weeks! We waited longer than expected for baby #2 so I was really excited and wanted to make the nursery extra special. So, most of the room is new except for the crib. I knew I wanted a bright room that looked like a baby’s room, but was more filled with shapes and color than the typical baby animals and such. This is the result. I’ll admit I wasn’t on a super tight budget with this room, but I did try to save where I could. I got a lot of ideas from other nurseries on this site, so I wanted to share too!
This is a baby shower I decorated (with the help of many volunteers) for some close friends. We were given the materials and vision and went right to work. We used pinks, greens, and polka dots to give a contemporary look. Instead of having a cake table we put cupcakes on each table in cupcake stands and glass pedestals. We attached balloon bouquets to the stands to create an elegant center piece. Above every other table hung a pom pom arrangement from wiring set up across the room (gym). At each place setting there was a Onesie place card. The inside of the place card was formatted to say: “Advice for the Mother-to-Be”. Underneath the Onesie place card sat a white favor box filled with mint candies. We tied a green or a pink ribbon around each box and added a baby feet charm for extra cuteness and detail.
Lila’s nursery is a whimsical mix of color, print, and design. I wanted to incorportate my chevron obession (without going overboard) and give the nursery a colorful and bright feel that could grow with my daughter. Since this is my third baby, I wanted to be a little wild… and decided to make a statement with the dark pink dresser and white glider. Totally impractical? Maybe. Fabulous for design? Absolutely. It’s my third… no rules apply, right?
One of our customers shared a photo with us of their baby boy’s nursery. We had the honor of creating the custom initial inlay rug for the room. All of our rugs are custom made in the USA. The initial in hand inlaid, not printed or painted. Customers get to choose the shape, size, colors, and options for their rug. Our motto is:It’s your rug…your way!
The theme of the party was Olivia’s First Fiesta with grey, pink and yellow as the main color scheme but for the garlands I added a few other colors so that they would pop in the large space to fill. For the decor I made fabric banners with striped and polka dotted fabric and tons of yarn poms. The kids table consisted of pink and yellow polka dot table runners I made to match the color scheme. The place settings were colorful square polka dot plates topped with yellow and pink napkins. At the top of each place setting sat the party hats I designed to match the party printables. Boys hats were grey and yellow and the girls hats had the colorful polka dot pattern I created with pink and red poms on top. The centerpiece of the table had two very cute elephants on pedestals facing a colorful and romantic flower arrangement.I made a giant piñata of the number ‘1’ out of an old card box (DIY) and covered it in a wave style pattern with fucsia, orange, white and silver crepe paper. Filled it with tons of candy and sparkly confetti.The dessert table was the star of the party. The grey background with polka dots was decorated with a yarn tassel garland. The birthday cake had 3 layers of pink ombre style colors filled with buttercream, dulce de leche and covered in more buttercream, yum! The kids could not resist keeping their hands off the dessert table (as well as some adults!).Guests took home favor bags in pink stripes for the girls and blue polka dots for the boys with designed favor tags with each kids name on it. The paper bags were filled with stickers, bouncy balls, crayons and more candy of course.Activities involved a giant bouncy castle, bubbles, tons of games and before everyone left they had a lot of fun playing with the props and the background I designed for the photobooth. I loved all the details that went into planning her first Birthday. It will definitely be a party to remember.
Busy Bee Turns Three
Vivien’s nursery. Purple stripes, black and white accents.
We have created a fun and playful nursery for our baby boy. We have made all the bedding and window tratments. We also completed all the painintg projects (walls and mural).
A bright and bold gender neutral nursery with lots of patterns for baby to look at.
A second birthday party with the theme of cupcakes and polka dots! Colors were purple, lavender, and hot pink. Food served included chili, mac-n-cheese, veggies, and fruit. A cupcake bar was used for the dessert!