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Zachary’s Classic Nursery

The nursery is painted a buttery yellow and the style is classic and preppy – boyish but not babyish. Colors are plaids, stripes and other patterns in primary shades of blue, red, yellow, and green, along with white.  The overall design aesthetic is one of discovery, exploration, and curiosity. The main furnishings are dark mahogany and cherry, with wall accents in driftwood/barnwood gray. 

Chase’s Black, White & Yellow Nursery

Introducing a bold, black and white nursery with punches of primary colors. When it came to my second child, I could no longer pull off that dreamy, soft and serene nursery. Instead, I worked with lots of primary colored toys, hand me downs and his big brother’s nursery furniture. We also happen to be moving to an NYC apt in just a few months so it was also important for me not so spend a lot of time or money on this project.

Elsie’s Nursery

We wanted to create a nursery that was cheery, bright, and girly, without looking babyish. We found the bedding first (Land of Nod) and created everything around the bedding, focusing on various shades of pink and bright green. We used a few of my husband’s favorite records from his childhood on one wall and polka dot decals on the other wall. The finishing touches were the polka dot curtains from Pottery Barn Kids, a Mod Rocker, a flower tissue paper mobile from Etsy (PomLove), and a pink ceiling lamp from Ikea.

Reece Nursery

My mom has a keen eye for decorating, so she helped a lot! I created all the artwork and the wall and room decor and had so much fun putting it all together. I picked out the fabrics for the crib skirt and window treatments and couldn’t be more pleased with how they turned out! Sadly (but also happily), my daughter is just about to be ousted from this room as her baby sister is coming in 9 weeks! Now it is off to design a big girl room! Submitted by : Ashley