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.
A practical nautical nursery in the city
This is Lucy’s Whimsical Escape filled with both vintage and new things. Things from her father’s childhood and her mothers childhood.
My husband and I are both creative people & when we found out we were expecting a boy we both knew we wanted to make his nursery something special. Since my husband has always been into superheroes, we decided to go with that as a theme. The challenge was to update the theme by making it clean, modern & unique.
We turned our sitting room into the nursery. We knew we wanted our baby as close to us as possible and on the same floor, so we ended up redoing our sitting room to become our new nursery. We utilized every inch of the space for storage and functionality. Our base colors are cream, brown, and yellow with a pop of raspberry pink. All the wall decor was handmade by daddy to be and me. The changing table was repurporsed and I used wall decals to add more excitement to the piece. We also managed to finish the entire space for under $350, and that’s including the major furniture pieces as well!The lovely http://mcchillinphotography.com/ captured all of our pictures for us!
A big boy room with bunk beds, built-in’s and playspace on the floor!
Bright, contemporary and fun was our goal! We wanted to include a little but of “London” as well as “travel themed” elements throughout the room. Lots of love went into every piece of this nursery, we love the final project!
We wanted a girly nursery, for our daughter Bexley; just not pinks and purples!
I’m not a fan of matchy-matchy, so we just pulled fabrics and colors together that we loved and her nursery “theme” was complete!
My husband and I wanted a nursery that didn’t really have an established theme, but rather fill the room with things that are important to us while still creating a baby friendly nursery.
Sweet and girly.
For the last few months we have been working with the amazing Newport Cottages, The Land of Nod, Serta, Serena & Lily, Annette Tatum, Belle Patri, Drawstring Studio, Name Your Design, The TomKat Studio Shop and lots more amazing companies to create the perfect space for our latest cupcakeMAG home makeover project! You may recall our last one here, which created quite the buzz here, on Project Nursery. It is all about focusing on the small spaces trend – creating a wow factor in a small space with big things. Our canvas is a blank 10 x 8 room which we created for 2 sisters.
Our first baby’s nursery
Blake’s nursery is bright, modern, and clean with lots of storage and cozy furniture. The colors are shades of blue, green, khaki, and chocolate brown with a few accents of alligators as a nod to our college alma mater, the University of Florida.
We have been working on this nursery for almost the full nine months I was pregnant. Early on we purchased the bedding and crib to get an idea of how to place the furniture and figure out colors. From there we added elements as we found them to the room. My husband and I had a lot of fun decorating this room.
In anticipation of his baby sister’s moving into the nursery, we created a big-boy bedroom for my son. Some of the items moved with him from the nursery; others were thrifted; others were purchased new and one iconic feature, a reverse-stenciled dresser, was DIYed.
Instead of choosing one theme, we decided to fill Jonah’s room with a mix of our favorite things. We wanted a warm and cozy environment for our new little one, but also a room he could grow into.
I needed to design a space for Josh, a 7 year old boy. The mother wanted the space to be somewhat transitional. The colors should work well with more than one theme, and he should feel great in there when he is 7 as well as when he’s 13. Josh wanted lots of photos of past events on the wall.
I was so excited when I found out I was pregnant! I couldn’t wait to start the Nursery. When we found out we were having a girl… I knew exactly what I wanted. Something she can grow into!
This is our sweet baby girls nursery. My husband and I had so much fun putting everything together for baby Sally. We hope she loves it as much as we do. Check out my blog for a video tour and a list of vendors. http://moskemonkeybusiness.blogspot.com/2012/01/nurseryall-details.html