Portfolio : Quinn’s Big Boy Room
Max’s nursery is our cozy spot- dark blue/navy with gold accents and animal-themed artwork.
Penelope’s nursery is calming and cozy in soft tones of grays and yellows, yet the woodland fairy tale elements make it an inspiring space that will encourage her to dream and use her imagination. A combination of new objects, like her gray suede rocker and white jenny lind crib, combine with old heirlooms and found objects, like her antique bird cage and yellow vanity, to create a timeless and comfortable feel.
This nursery was designed for our son or daughter – who we are expecting to arrive in early October! The nursery is full of colorful textiles, DIY projects and sentimental reminders of good times my husband and I have had together as a family of two!
Small room thats fun, bright and not cluttered. Still shopping for a nice mirror above the dresser. The wall color is antique silver and I incorporated yellow, white, gold, blue and pink.
I worked with an existing wall color and started with the main colors of bright blue, magenta and yellow. I wanted the “theme” to be cheerfulness captured through patterns. For the most part the it was a DIY project.
I designed this nursery especially for my daughter Marann. She was born February 19, 2013. The nursery is vibrant and full of life just like her. A little bit modern, a little bit whimsical, and filled with so many things we love!
Lots of DIY and sentimental pieces all in one place for my little girl
A nursery for our first little guy that felt more grown up. This was previously our guest room and was already painted this color and I really wanted to leave the walls neutral. I brought in color with accessories that include a lot of items we love.
This used to be our home office and when we found out we were expecting, we knew it would be the perfect space for a nursery! We started cleaning it out right away and found the most amazing light mint green paint from Valspar, which was the first thing we did.
Fun, bright nursery with a girly twist. The room is pretty tiny though, with 2 windows so it was challenging getting everything to fit! It’s cozy but we like it.
Vintage Modern nursery for baby girl.
We live in a townhouse on a lake. The whole house has floor-to-ceiling windows that feature the beautiful water and forest around us. I wanted to put together a nursery that would keep that calming feel of the outdoors, while still feeling feminine and fresh.
Vintage inspired, afternoon tea party honoring Carrie and baby Charlotte, who is due to arrive September 27th!
We didn’t know if we were having a boy or a girl so we set out to plan a nursery that kept all the larger design elements neutral and allowed us to bring in lots of colour through accessories and art once we met the baby. We happily had a baby girl and have since had lots of fun personalizing her room for her. The focus has been on colour, handmade elements and a few items that have been passed down to her from generations past. All in all it’s a cheerful room that we hope she’ll be happy with for the next few years.
When thinking about my new son’s nursery, I wanted to incorporate some sort of canopy aspect over the crib… the obvious inspiration, a circus tent. I designed the whole room with a vintage circus theme.
Lilly Pulitzer inspired nursery.
I knew I wanted something bright, colorful and fun. We eventually found out we were expecting a boy, however, this room is still pretty gender neutral and most of the elements could work for either a boy or girl.
I wanted to create a peaceful, dreamy and cozy room for my baby girl (not born yet, my due date is in august). Something modern, pure and simple, with few touches of bright colors…
I had a little space challenge in this room that is quite small (8 feet X 9 feet) so I made a diaper changing station in the wardrobe.
I love neutrals and thought calming gray walls were a great place to start. We slowly added all the colorful accents and the room came together in a really great way. The changing pad and bed skirt still need to be completed, but I am really proud of our nursery that is almost complete!