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Modern Koala Cuteness

I wanted to create a space that was modern and sophisticated so it would appeal to me and my husband yet still be fun, cute, and childish so our baby boy would grow to love it.

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Dolls & Owls Girls Room

I wanted a nursery that was original, peaceful and of course a little girly.  I started to research for ideas and inspiration the minute i found out i was pregnant. The furniture is pretty simple. It’s the little pieces and accessories that  my husband and i loved finding and incorporating in the room.

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Owen’s Room

Inspired (and intimidated!) by all the great nursery designs on the web, I decided that it really is possible to create a great, personal space on a tight budget.  Owen’s nursery is filled with lovingly DIY’d, thrifted, and gifted objects that we’ve collected and arranged in little ways that make us happy. We aren’t allowed to paint our walls, so it’s been fun trying to figure out other ways to bring some color to the room. I know it still needs some work (need to get an area rug!!), but this room is now the most loved corner of our little house!

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Asher’s Nursery

Nursery for our first child, which he can grow into with minimal updates

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Modern Cherry Blossom Nursery

I focused on a modern nursery that would easily transition with Audrey as she grows.  A baby’s room that wasn’t too “baby” or overly girlie.   Her parents are young, cool, and hip…and that’s what I wanted to convey in the design.  Baby Audrey did her best to let me know what she liked too–lots of swirls and lots of kicking.  

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Amelia’s Bird Nursery

This a colorful and cheerful bird themed nursery for my baby girl with a wall of built in bookshelves and window seat. I wanted this to be a room she could grow into and not make it so ‘babyish’.

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Ellie’s Nursery

Ellie’s room is full of love! Her father and I chose each piece and aspect of the room! We are on a small budget and wanted something cozy and not the typical pink.

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Baby Grant’s Nursery

For a reason unknown to me, this is exactly what I automatically pictured in my head when imagining my son’s nursery.  I wanted a soft yet noticeably gray color for the walls with popping black furniture with accents of baby blue and white.  I didn’t imagine any characters or theme, just something I thought we would all enjoy for years to come.

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Pretty in Pink Nursery

This Project has become a labor of Love! Most of the room is DIY and incorporates old and new peices of furniture. I wanted to have a little bit of a vintage feel but with a simple look. This room is still a work in progress, so any suggestions would help!

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Pink & Purple Princess Room

My husband and I are adopting a beautiful, sweet, and loving little girl from the foster care system. She has never had her own room so we wanted to make it extra special! We always felt called to adopt before trying to have biological children and we feel so blessed by our happy, kind-hearted, and gorgeous little girl!

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Emma’s Room

We wanted to create a room for our new baby that would be calming and pleasant to be in.

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Dean’s Nursery

This is my second son’s nursery so it was great to re-use all of the decor and combine it with new items.

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Colorful Nursery on a Budget!

We originally weren’t going to find out the gender of out little one, so we set out for a gender neutral room at first.  Then, we buckled and opened our sonogram to find out we’re having a boy!  Needless to say, we tried to stay true to gender neutrality but it’s hard knowing a little boy will grow up in there! I really dislike themes, matching sets, and spending a ton of money on furniture that has a short lifespan.  We bought all the furniture used, I sewed everything in the room except the quilt hanging on the crib – which my mom made for us.  All in all, we created a room that we love for less than $300.  The best part, most of these items will be re-purposed/reused as he grows.

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Phoenix’s Aqua and Orange Nursery

I created an aqua and orange nursery for our baby boy, Phoenix, using modern furniture and animal decor. I can’t get enough of the owl theme, so I included a lot of owls, but tried to tone it down for my hubby. Although I wish I was, I am not a do it yourselfer; instead I scoured the internet to find what I wanted. Some tidbits: I fell in love with the two tone furniture. The french and english bulldog artwork look exactly like our dogs, He-man and She-ra. The Phoenix decal above the dresser was my hubby’s addition to the room. You can’t see it well, but the print above the bookshelf is of San Francisco, which is close to where my husband and I lived when we first met. I copied the P in the orange frame from another project nursery profile, Vera’s nursery, where she had it in yellow. Oh, and that glider is expensive, but it’s the most comfortable one on the planet and it’s cute.