This nautical nursery is for our son due in early July. Our house is coastal inspired and I wanted to keep the trend with his nursery.
A big top birthday party for our 1-year old twin boys.
After moving into our new home, it was time to put together the perfect room for my little ladies.
We live in a large formal Victorian in New England. The room was previously the guest room, and had just been re-decorated 2 years before Oliver’s arrival. While lovely, the drab green walls weren’t very fun so we painted the thick aqua stripes on one wall to cheery it up. We wanted the room to be fun and whimsical, but also work with the character of the house.
We turned our first floor “formal living room” into a fun entertainment room for our family of three.
A teepee tent that can be used to read books, listen to music or to hide away with her friends.
A Parisian inspired baby shower. Colors used are pink, black and white
A Parisian inspired bedroom fit for a little girl
We wanted a nursery that could work for either gender in case our next child is a girl. My favorite color is yellow, so we painted unique stripes around the room. The inspiration for the stripes is an actual paint chip. We chose a gradient from dark on the bottom to light near the ceiling with small white stripes between. I think it makes the room feel larger and taller.
Since the the walls are so bright and modern, we wanted the rest of the room to feel classic and traditional in contrast. Most of pur accents are whites and neutrals to balance the bright walls.
A nautical nursery for our ocean state baby.
Hugo is a vibrant and curious 4-year-old with a strong point of view on what he likes. We set out to create a fun and unique room for him in our new home, letting him help with the design process in every step. We wanted him to feel creative and comfortable in the new house and by letting him have control over his own space, we knew he’d be right at home.
Previously, the house was decorated in a pretty simple style so when we bought over the place, we decided our elder child should have her own room and space.
I went looking around finding things are relatively expensive over here and there are not much hardware stores for me to get what I really need. So most of the stuffs are either via ikea (the reading corner books display, shelves and standing lamp), repainting / upholestry some of our current furnitures or pottery barn kids (sales section).
Wallpapers are not really practical over at this country hence instead of using those. So the walls are actually painted into pink and white stripes to lengthen the low ceiling.
A classic Star Wars motif with a modern feel for a young boy that loves Star Wars.
Stripes, pom poms and a simple wood monogram work together to create the perfect space for my one year old.
When my family moved to a new home last summer, I took the opportunity to evolve what had been “Quinlan’s Yellow Submarine Nursery” (also on Project Nursery) into a room that would grow with my son as far into childhood as possible. I incorporated many of the decorative items, most furniture, as well as the overall color scheme from his original nursery, but toned down the wall color to gray and added a black and white “base” to anchor the multi-colored accents.
Taylor’s mom decided to surprise her for her 11th birthday with a sophisticated new space featuring her favorite color.
This year I set up a little Thanksgiving feast, to help get my toddler in the spirit of thankfulness. I displayed store bought treats, created Pilgrim & Indian printables, and set up a cider stand. Turkey sandwiches, and corn coblettes were on the menu. The no-cost tee pee that I constructed was a hit, and a fun source of entertainment & imagination!
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This is my version of a modern Star Wars room. I wanted to incorporate my love for the orange and teal color combination and my son’s love of Star Wars.
I am excited to finally have a daughter and creating her nursery was the first on my to do list. Unfortunately due to my limited activity from being on bed rest, I was not able to do all the shopping I wanted, so most of my purchases were made online. I was able to complete her room before my stay at the hospital for the duration of my pregnancy after 32 weeks. I’m so excited her nursery is complete and waiting for her arrival!
I have always loved the color combination black and pink and to add a little bit of change, I’ve added different shades of blue to her color pallet. I started with the custom bedding from Etsy with JDesigns and used the damask, chevron, and minky in hot pink, black, white, and teal color scheme. I found a wonderful damask rug at Garden Ridge which enhanced the black chandelier. I already had the antique mirror and vanity in the room so in order to coordinate the existing furniture I decided on a white crib and changing table. The only thing missing is a recliner. Unfortunately my husband was not a fan of the gray glider I purchased from Target and we are still in search of a comfortable gray or black recliner to complete her room. In regards to accessories, I purchased most of the storage bins at either TJ Max or Home Goods. I am a fan of elephants lately and one of my close friends purchased the blue elephant for her shelf and we purchased the gray floor elephant from Costco which looks very similar to the Hardware Restoration version.
I’m excited about her arrival and I hope she enjoys all the hard work that went through completing her room.