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Grant’s Nursery

I wanted a nursery that felt traditional & vintage— something he could grow into when he’s older. A room where I felt comfortable and at peace, this nursery reflects my favorite colors & things I’ve collected over the years for my boys, as well as coordinating with the rest of our home.

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Quinn’s Garden Nursery

Our garden inspired us! The room we chose for our baby girl’s nursery faces our back yard and our raised beds. The room also gets beautiful sunshine in the morning, making it a very peaceful space – just like our garden. I wanted to pull in floral/botanical accents, which is why we chose an accent floral wall paper with greens, yellow, and blush/peach colors. The rest of the room is finished in a green grass cloth wallpaper to add texture and to ground the room. I selected gold accents for framed prints and our window treatment to warm up the room and give it a sophisticated feel. We also incorporated woven textured accents around the room to warm it up, such as baskets to hide toys, diapers, and burb cloths. I wanted the nursery to feel personal and the details to feel special, so it was important to me that we collected the items on the shelves over time instead of just one big shopping haul at Target. I found some beautiful wooden toys including one personalized in her name, the books and stuffed animals were gifts or handed down from family, and I purchased the sun hat and wicker doll purse for when she is a bit older. We included some framed photos of a maternity session we did at the beach a few weeks ago.

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Adventure Awaits

For our baby boy Maxwell’s nursery, we wanted to capture a love of the outdoors with a whimsical flair. His room is full of antiques and furniture that we refinished ourselves. We repurposed some furniture from our daughter’s nursery and we were able to give these items even more love.

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Wildflower Mermaids

Combined my daughters two favorite things to create her first big girl room of her dreams!!