Girls can like planes too! Our littlest lady has aspirations of one day becoming a female fighter jet pilot just like Phoenix on Top Gun Maverick! She asked for a Pink Fighter Jet themed birthday, and I searched high and low to meet those requests! It was a great way to celebrate both her birthday and passion! FLY LIKE A GIRL!
My twins love lights and sounds so created the room with lots of sensory items .
full fibre optic ceiling
magic window , blossom tree , voice activated lighting and audio systems . All custom one offs and made by myself with nothing store bought .
hopefully a special room for two very special girls 💕💕
This project was inspired by Modern and Traditional elements. I really wanted to feel reminded of my childhood nursery for my daughter, while pulling in fresh and more modern furniture silhouettes. I chose to use houses as an influence in her room. Being an Interior Designer, this really resonated with me personally. Before we ever knew we were having a girl, we purchased the two art pieces above her bookshelf. I fell in love with them at a local art show and had to have them. Once we found out that we were going to have a little girl, the colors in these pieces became the beginnings of a color scheme for her room.
Advice to readers: I would say that a room design is a fluid idea. Find those core pieces first (crib, dresser, etc.) and let your design evolve as you build on to it. Also, find things that you love and want to see every day. You will be spending a lot of time in this room, so find things that spark joy!\
Photos by Jolie Jo Photography
We painted the ceiling a navy blue, and the walls more of a teal color. We wanted a dark and cozy room. This was an office-turned bedroom, it has vaulted ceilings and wall was added to enclose the room.
The nursery was designed to be cheerful yet calming with its warm tones, wood/rattan pieces & floral wallpaper. We absolutely love how the daisy wallpaper brightens up the space and adds a splash of color to the previously all gray room, not to mention it was SO easy to install! We chose neutral furniture pieces so that when baby #2 arrives someday, we can easily modify the room to a baby boy nursery if need be.
This interior project is near and dear to my heart, for my little one. Both baby’s father and I have loved to surf and spent many vacations in California on the beach and cannot wait to share that with our baby. It started as a mood board for the nursery design and then we decided to go with waves and natural woods.
I want a calming, neutral nursery with some nature aspects in it. Since I live in Arizona, I was instantly drawn to cacti so I opted to go with neutral furniture with touches of greens and cacti all around.
I wanted something that would age well from baby to older boy. I’ve always loved “library vibes” and horses. So we created this space to embody that for my youngest son, Nash.
Warm tones, deep accents, all the vibes we love.
The perfect gender neutral and modern boho nursery
And on the 12th day.. before Advent.. Momma Elf was busy preparing the Advent Calendars and Gift Boxes to kick off the season on December 1st! I always begin with the sweetest seasonal pajamas, new ornaments based on new interests, seasonal books, and a few extra special items to add in some extra Christmas Magic 💫
Every child deserves some holiday cheer in their room. I decorated my daughter’s room in a whimsical pastel color scheme! There’s tons of glass trees, a pink village, velvet reindeer, cute signs, a nutcracker and even a car!
All of these knick-knacks were purchased from Target’s bargain bin this year, accept for the pink car — That was 60% off at Hobby Lobby.
We had a Spooktacular time enjoying our Boo Basket celebration!
I wanted to create a space that will grow with my son through many stages of life, not just the baby stage. We used a hand-me-down crib that was gifted to us by family, shelves were made by his grandpa, initial canvas was a DIY project by me, dresser was a clearance find at a local furniture store, mirror is from HomeGoods, rug is from RugsUSA, and glider is from target. I feel like we delivered a room that he will love for years to come!
Neutral-colored boys’ nurseries are few and far between. Often times they’re contrasted with dark, stark colors. I wanted to do something soft and, while I love a theme, something that was subtle. This room is one of my favorites in the house now.
This project was purely a labor of love. This room incorporates our love of nature with some newly sourced pieces, as well as, some vintage finds. Even before our little one was a reality, we had been collecting items for this room throughout the years. The room is modern, yet rustic and the aesthetic is consistent with other rooms in our home. We hope this baby loves it as much as we do and can grow into it throughout the years.
Space and space exploration have a special place in both my and my husband’s hearts. Our wish was to share that with our child as soon as he enters the world and what better way to do it than to bring space into his nursery.
This is a DIY project, with the wallpaper and knot pillows sourced from Etsy, the furtniture set from Little Guy Comfort, the shelving and rug from Crate Kids and the handwoven rug from Love44. The glider is from Babyletto. The wall hanger is from West Elm. The window treatment is from the Shade Store. The wall, ceiling and trim paint is from Clare.
The nursery is the perfect space for our son – both are a labor of love and dedication towards building a thriving and loving family together.
Welcome to Maevery’s boho inspired nursery! We started by picking the perfect peachy pink then decided to paint a floral accent wall by using a stencil instead of paying for wallpaper. A lot of my shelf decor was gifted to me or thrifted but I did include the stores and/or links to everything I could above!
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I really wanted to create a neutral space that my baby girl can grow into. Other than the crib I used furniture pieces that can be used when she grows up as well as other places in the home. I wanted to stay away from the typical pinks and try some yellows with pops of powder blue. I still managed to make the space look extra cute and girly despite the colour palette. Im in love with how it turned out and it suits our baby girl so well :)
Design by: andreagrbic_
Photos by: @elzaphotographie
I was able to build almost everything in this nursery myself for our rainbow baby boy. My inspiration came from living in the southwest while also being fascinated with the moon.
My favorite color is pink! I was on a pink and gold kick and really wanted to create something special for my little girl on the way.
My husband and I love DIY…we found this dresser at the goodwill…sanitized, sanded and painted for the perfect pink dresser. Our floor lamp was another free find. We were able to refurbish with some good spray paint.
This particular crib style is discontinued, but I linked a similar option.