I wanted to create a feminine, soft, colorful, and classic space for my little girl and I to enjoy. My hope is that it can be a room she will enjoy growing into as she becomes a young lady. I work as an interior designer and architect – this has been my favorite project so far and one I am most proud of!
This project is of the nursery I designed for our first child, Letty Grace.
A fun woodland nursery for our baby boy! A reclaimed wood accent wall with bright colors and woodland elements create a unique space for our little one.
Calming cream and white gender neutral nursery with a hint of rustic.
A teepee tent that can be used to read books, listen to music or to hide away with her friends.
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!
A small home remodel required our girls to share a room. They wanted it bright, but I had to make sure it would be flexible because of their age differences, as well as allow them to grow in it.
Girly nursery with pink details. Focal point is the butterfly dandelion. I didnt want the room to be too pink thats why I decided for a white scheme with pink accents
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 beautiful big girl bedroom that will grow with our daughter and make her feel like a princess!
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.
This nursery was designed with lots of color. Pink reigned but was toned down with black and white as well as green and blue. Since the mother likes vintage things, we wanted to add some great pieces that she could appreciate while being in the space with her daughter.
I wanted to update my 2 year old daughter’s room to something more grown up than her nursery but not so childish that I would have to change it in a couple years again.
Being a tomboy as a child, I was so excited to find out that my first-born was going to be a boy. I mean, after spending my childhood, jumping out of trees and playing with matchbox cars, I thought I’d be at a loss if I had a girl (although turns out I do just fine!).
Up until late last year, we were renovating an older house with the view of selling it so poor Zeb didn’t really get a nursery. Seriously! All he had was his cot (and later toddler bed), some drawers and a bookcase! So, obviously we were both excited when it was decided that Zeb’s room would be the first room to be done.
A modern blue, chartreuse green and white baby boy’s nursery, with a touch of preppy pizzazz. Featuring a bold ikat patterned wallpaper, preppy stripes and lots of white accents – it’s a fun, yet calming space.
Check out more details in my In the Nursery with interview on the blog.
Decorating my first baby’s room was so exciting! I wanted to create a space that could grow with my child. Something that would not have to be changed when she got older. I began with a pink and white as the base colors for the room. After that, I chose furnishings that would work in a small space, items that provided good storage and would stand the test of time. We wanted a room that would feel truly special to her. I hope she enjoys growing up in it! Sources and more pictures on my and my baby’s blog:
I wanted to design a room that would be perfect to grow with our baby boy, nothing too babyish but still very fun. I love the neutral, gray color scheme and adding in a pop of color with the accents (that could easily be changed out at a later time). There is still a lot more I want to incorporate into the room (a rug and more DIY decor projects), but with my due date fast approaching this will be an ever-evolving project!
Sweet peach….it’s a girly room with soft gray walls, white linen, and peach accents. It was a DIY project and a labor of love for the entire family…my husband and I hand painted all the furniture (except crib), and I handmade the chandelier and mobile. My 13 year old daughter and I made the photo frames and other accessories.
A simple but sweet DIY baby girl’s nursery.