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Gray, Pink and Gold Nursery

We wanted to create a peaceful and beautiful space for baby Sienna. We wanted something feminine, but didn’t want to do all pink. There’s no specific theme to the room, just a color scheme, we kept it simple.

Bela’s Room

I designed this bedroom for my eight-year-old girl Bela. We both got really trired of her pink walls and thought it was time to freshen up a bit. I wanted to create a timeless space for her. So I opted for neutral color walls, lots of geometric patterns, streamline furniture pieces, and colorful accents. The space feels so airy and yet very cozy.

Family, Play, and Laundry Room

I’d like to bring to you today a project that I’ve recently finished. This was a challenging project as the client had a very short period of time to execute it (It was done in 10 days), The budget was very limited, and the room needed to function as a Laundry room, Play room, and a Family room due to a baby being born into the family about 2 years earlier- now a toddler who needs her own informal space to play and thrive in.
The design needed to be functional, kids friendly, spacious looking, and colorful while serving all purposes.

The family wanted to conceal all of the laundry appliances, baskets, ironing table, and drying rack when not used and thus I designed a custom aluminum closet with perforations to allow the humidity to escape. The closets were made to match the existing wall to wall, floor to ceiling aluminum closets used for storage along the wall.
The walls needed a lot of work as it had a lot of cracks, peeling plaster, and leakage marks so we had some plaster work to be done that was then followed by primer and a beautiful sky blue paint.
The dining table and chairs were already in the house, we just moved them over from another space in the villa so that they serve a better purpose in this room.

Jacks Dream Rug/Room

This was all about creating a space he wanted to spend time in. We wanted him to play a part in making some of the decor choices which makes him love his new big boy room that much more.

Girly Gold Alphabet Wall

Girly Gold Nursery

Lennyn’s girly gold nursery is a sweet soft space accented with gold antique and chic details. Burlap, Lace & Gold, oh my!

Green, Gold and Pink Nursery

Leighton’s Green, Gold and Pink Nursery

Leighton’s green, gold and pink nursery is colorful, fun, and personal — a space I think she’ll enjoy being in and that will grow with her for many years. We incorporated special pieces from family and friends, custom artwork, and some great color to make it a unique space for her.

Automotive Junior Room

Boys & cars go hand in hand. When designing for a 4 year old boy, we didn’t have to look far for a creative theme when transforming this space into a cool & contemporary junior room. From a chain-link lamp, a headlight pendant, and your classic black and white racing pattern, there was no shortage of details for the littlest of car lovers.

Woodland Glam Gender Neutral Nursery

Gender Neutral Nursery for Twins, Woodland Glam

I wanted to create a woodland nursery, but wanted it to be more sophisticated and of course gender neutral. I fell in love with gold rub and buff and realized how easy it is to make anything inexpensive look a little more upscale (even plastic!). I was definitely sticking to a tight budget so I DIY’d as much as possible and working in a tiny space for twins.

Vintage Cottage Nursery

We added DIY wainscoting to give a cottage feel. We went with a gender neutral pallet before we knew the sex of the baby. The walls are painted moonshine by Benjamin Moore.

Gray and Yellow Elephant Nursery

Madalyn’s Gray and Yellow Elephant Nursery

When we were deciding on how to decorate my daughter’s room, I knew I wanted something relatively gender neutral with just a slight girly flair.  I wanted the space to feel put together, but still have a touch of whimsy.  We were working with limited square footage so everything had to do double duty and be functional, as well as, add to the overall look and feel of the room.

Dreamy Vintage White Nursery

Dreamy Vintage White Nursery

A dreamy vintage white nursery was my hope for our third baby. I knew I wanted to use special keepsake items from both my childhood and my husband’s no matter the sex of the baby. A grey and white color combination was the perfect base in creating the calm atmosphere I craved. This being our third child I wanted a serene place for the two of us to connect and enjoy — away from the hustle and bustle of a house full of giggles and two-year old temper tantrums. I wanted to keep the nursery simple yet full of special personal details.

Aqua and Gray Nursery

A Perfectly Pretty Bird-Themed Nursery for Less Than $150

Being a second child doesn’t mean your nursery hand-me-downs have to look like it. This perfectly pretty turquoise, yellow and pink bird-themed nursery, featured on A Happy Hue, cost less than $150 to put together and the results are stunning.

The Nursing/Reading Corner

Aqua, Navy and Yellow Nursery

We created this aqua, yellow and navy nursery to be a calm, happy space for our sweet baby boy! My husband and I both poured our hearts into this little room, and I’m so happy with how it turned out! My husband installed crown molding and painted furniture, and I sewed/crafted various things (curtains, mobile, changing pad cover, lampshade, etc.) and picked out meaningful art pieces to go in the room. It’s a nursery built with lots of love!
Oh, and we did it on a very small budget! :)

Ava Kate’s Peaceful Nursery

We worked very hard to create a warm, cozy room for our baby girl. I knew we would like to incorporate pinks and grey into her room, since they are very calming colors. We began with grey wall paint and worked from there. Our ideas soon just went from one to another, creating a perfect room for Ava Kate who is due in August!

A Brave Little Girl’s Modern Aztec Nursery

This modern aztec nursery is a perfect place for a sweet little girl to call her own. With a modern, aztec feel to the space and the addition of bright colors in an otherwise black and white space, we love bringing the unexpected into her room through color, texture and meaningful items.

Elena’s Mint and Pink Nursery

I wanted something soft, classic and neutral that would eventually transition to Elena’s big girl bedroom.  Initially I had painted her walls a medium gray with aqua, light pink and dark pink accents.  As time went on I grew to dislike the gray walls more and more.  My husband kept telling me that it needed to be something softer, more feminine (this coming from a guys guy!).  I chose a soft mint color for the walls and added in gold, white and pink accents.  I transferred the decor and furniture that wasn’t used in the new design to her playroom.  Not only does my husband love the transformation, but Elena does too!

Coastal Toddler Room

Tatum’s Coastal Toddler Room

I loved my daughters nursery, so when we found out we were expecting again I knew I wanted to keep the decor and transform it into a toddler room for her.