This little nursery is such a perfect blend of modern and rustic elements. Things like reclaimed wood and unique worn metal details are mixed with bold color and a faux taxidermy too. We designed this room the grow with the baby boy so we choose some more mature items that could be used later on.
I had a blast making these EOS lip balm favors for a sweet mama-to-be’s shower festivities.
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This is for our little girl that is due in June. I created a travel theme nursery with mostly grays, blues, and whites.
A woodland picnic to celebrate my son’s first birthday! Be aware of the bears, they might join us.
We wanted to create a vibrant room that can grow with Isla. We selected fabrics from Carousel Designs and paired them with white furniture pieces and an ivory glider and textured rug.
I think every single mom gets crazy about her first child. Guess what would be the prettiest room in the whole house… Of course “The Nursery”. And I was there, to make all my sister’s wishes come true. Painting, sewing, installing, etc. I loved it… Don’t you?
We adopted and weren’t sure if we were getting a boy or a girl so I designed a gender neutral nursery!
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A Simple and Masculine Parisian Nursery
A sweet and classic Parisian Nursery
My little baby Lucas is coming 4/15/15 and I wanted an extra special place for him. I love mixing old treasures with newer retail finds. From flea markets, to Amazon we built this nursery from scratch and found everything we need! ( And, affordably) It was really bad when we moved in, but with style, love and design we brought this together.
Hope you enjoy!
Henry’s first birthday party at Creative Discovery Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee! Designed by Interior Designer Nicole Brodniak.
A vintage inspired room that I painted, embellished, repurposed, or handmade almost everything you see. The quilt, pillows, curtains & window seat cushion were all made by my fabulous mom.
This blue and gray nursery is for my firstborn, Zavian, who is due this Spring.
We went a little overboard with the pink, gray, white and elephant theme, but we absolutely love how the nursery came out.
So it all started with our client wanting a wish upon a star theme. We knew right away we would make this a more hip and cool up to date theme by adding in the rustic elements . This party was all about diy. We hand made all the centerpieces, spray painted the letters, hand made the banners, candy labels, thank you bags and the list doesn’t end there. one of our favorite elements of the event was utlizing the custom rustic wood bar that we designed with the contractor, Adam Mayer. The built-in bar added just the right amount of added rustic we needed for a side backdrop. Being that my business partner and I are both new moms we knew exactly what its like to have a baby shower. We wanted to make this a stylish yet relaxing event for our client. There were tons of food and candies for everyone to munch on and we loved the cake pops and cake that we designed with Vani… The paper brown “About to Pop’ popcorn bags were hidden around the corner for a nice little surprise treat. The gold made everything bling and sparkle while working magically off the teal color.
We created a geeky nursery inspired by our favorite things for our baby boy. A gray, blue and white cozy space that fits our home and personal style perfectly with minimal decor with a touch of geek love.
When I found out I was having a girl I knew what I wanted her room to look like. Neutral with splashes of peach and gold!
I was having a GIRL! and after 3 years of boy stuff I was so ready to make a very girly little girl’s nursery!