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Sammy’s Disney Old School DIY Nursery

We just moved into our new apartment when we found out I was pregnant with our first. Loving design, I searched for inspiration on the Internet weeks before we knew if it was a boy or girl! As soon as we knew we we’re expecting a little guy, we started putting our ideas together and came up with a space that will grow with him and create great memories for years to come…

Baby’s neutral teal nursery

**Please visit my NURSERY POST on my BLOG if you are adding anything to a Pinterest board to link to the original source.  Thanks and much appreciated!** I wanted something fun, colorful, bright, but gender neutral.  It had to be somewhere I wanted to be since I knew I’d be spending a lot of time there and I tried to stay away from traditional “baby” themes.  More is viewable on my blog.

Mackenzie’s DIY Nursery

I never thought it would be so difficult to decide on a theme for my first child’s nursery! I wasn’t thrilled with any of the “bedrooms in bag” and I about passed out when i saw the cost of nursery furniture… so with a tight budget in mind and a somewhat modern/simple/clean/fun nursery as the goal, I decided to see what I could do on my own — and by on my own, I mean with the help of my incredibly sweet and talented group of family and friends! It’s still a work in progress, but overall, I love what we have created.

Bright Basement Playroom

When we moved into our house a year and a half ago I didn’t have much time to decorate the playroom, and over time it became a mish-mash of color, stuff, and kid clutter. Recently I revamped it with some paint, fabric, new storage, and new play zones (pretend, reading, legos etc.). All of the details can be found on my blog,

Emma’s DIY nursery

a yellow and aqua girl’s nursery, filled with handmade, DIY, and personalized touches

Locke’s Modern & Fun Nursery

Fun, colorful & modern nursery. White walls are the perfect backdrop for bright pops of color in the furniture, wall art & accessories. A bold blue navy wall helps to give the illusion of depth in the small space. It also makes the white crib pop. This room was created to stand the test of time & not need to be redone once our son is a “big boy”.

London’s Nursery

I wanted a modern, fun, memorable nursery that would grow with my son. I tried rearranging the furniture so many times! Finally, I found the best placement that allows room to play and showcases all of London’s toys and furniture.

Baby G’s Nursery

This is my daughter, Gianna’s nursery. I knew exactly what I wanted it to look like….Very girly, slightly modern and nothing babyish.

Bright and Colorful….Fit For a Girl

This room can function as a little girl’s room who’s spunky, yet chic. I wanted to create a room that was not too gender specific, that could also be used as a guest room.

Play Room for Ali Landry’s Daughter

This is a room I designed using my all time favorite manufactures and designers. For Ali Landry last year. Featured in People Magazine! I had so much fun working with this huge space in an amazing home I was tickled pink to see how amazing it turned out. The space is also used a a guest retreat for visiting family

Emerald’s Preppy Chic Nursery

Inspired by 80’s prep- think Lacoste polo shirts, coupled with 90’s Shabby Chic-think wrought iron chandeliers and water colored flowers, I designed my baby girl Emerald a nursery I believe she’ll really be able to grow up in.

Boy Nursery

Cute, comfortable, affordable nursery for our baby boy. After picking out the furniture and the bedding everything else just fell into place… Please comment and ask questions, I had so much fun putting together his room, I would love to help someone with their project :)