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Baby Diego´s Nursery

I want to share my newborn nursery project with all of you!!! My goal was to create a space for Diego to feel safe and calm, thats why I used grey, white and a light touch of blue to make it his safe place.
When I was searching for wallpapers, I found Livettes Wallpapers on Instagram. I immediately felt in love with the different patterns and designs they have. What I loved the most was that any design you can personalized it to make it you own. I used the Botanical Foliage with white background and the leaves in fog color. The result was PERFECT!!! Also the service at Livettes was amazing, always answering my doubts and concerns.
I hope you guys like my project as much as Diego and I do.

Boho Spring Baby Girl’s Room

Spring is here and our little one was transitioning into toddlerhood. We wanted to give her a fresh new space she could enjoy and grow into. Spring is absolutely the best time to update an interior space because we wanted to set a new outlook for the coming year. The best way we could think of to give the room a completely new look – is wallpaper! Our vision was soft shapes, light colors, natural wood furniture, and floral wallpaper. The wallpaper used for this project was Livette’s Wallpaper Fern design in the custom colour Clay.
When planning this project we wanted a fresh but boho, vintage vibe. The light wood baby crib and beautiful rust coloured star map ties in together with the boho lamp and decor pieces creating this warm and relaxed look. Adding some greenery livened up the room and created a special touch. The color scheme was neutrals with some pop of colors.  It’s so important to create a safe space for our baby because she will spend most of the time in this room as she grows. We made sure the overall feel was inviting, cozy, playful yet sophisticated.
 

Simple, Cozy, Chic Baby Girl’s Room

I love everything about our baby girl’s nursery. I wanted to go for a sophisticated, cozy, chic feel for her room. I was able to “shop my home” and use a lot of things I already had. This space was previously her brother’s nursery, so I was easily able to use a lot of the same furniture. We can’t wait to bring her home and watch her grow in this space. 🤍

Cloud Neutral Nursery

On Cloud Nine Nursery

Because having a baby is like being on full time cloud nine. We designed this space for a gender neutral nursery that will grow with sweet baby, Jagger. We love the muted tones of gray and blue with black contrast. Our favorite part… definitely the cloud wallpaper on the ceiling with the cloud-like light fixture. It is the nursery that dreams are made of.
Designer – Megan Gribble Home | www.megangribblehome.com | @megangribblehome
Photographer – Tina Blanco | @tinablancophoto
Project – Devino | #LakeLifeProj

Modern Organic NYC Nursery

We did not necessarily want to choose a “theme” for baby boy’s nursery, but rather incorporate worldly, natural & earthy elements to bring a calming & grounding effect to his sacred space.
The primary focus was on mixing textures and elements. We went with high quality pieces that would last for years to come and be able to transition with our son as he grows.
The biggest inspiration for the project was all of our worldly travels – on our babymoon, we traveled to France, Morocco, and Italy and wanted to encompass some of those aspects into his nursery.

Abstract Nature Nursery

We are big DIYers and over the last few years, have DIYed a lot of the renovation on our 1960s house. When we found out we were expecting our first child, I knew I wanted to do something fun and special with her nursery. Before we got to the fun stuff like decorating however, the husband did a bunch of research on some bones-work on areas he wanted to improve on the room (things like removing the popcorn ceiling, adding sound-dampening measures to the room etc) and he got to work!
We were gifted a dresser from some friends that had used it with both their kids, so we knew it would be a great project to refresh for our own nursery!
Then, after all that work, it was finally my turn to have fun with designing and painting the nursery (at 33 weeks pregnant too!!)
While I love “themed” rooms and have done my fair share of them in the past, I wanted to design something that would be easy to buy accessories/items for, and not box ourselves into a corner with a too-specific theme. I also wanted to try to design something that in 3-5 years from now, she might still enjoy having as her room.
We are big gardening/nature people, and we also love the feel of mid-century-modern decor, so I took those areas of interest and loosely designed the room around them. I did a combination of MCM and plant shapes for the mural, picked a warm color scheme (most of our house is a combination of warm yellow/green/brown colors as well) and carried that theme throughout the room, by designing and painting some art and unfinished wood decor items to tie the room together!
We’re thrilled with the end result, and it’s been so easy to add items to the nursery, as the colors I used for the mural are very common to find in crib sheets, changing pad covers, baby clothes, stuffed animals etc.
Here’s all the DIY work we did before decorating the nursery
Here’s what we did to turn an old dresser into a modern-looking changing table
Here’s some behind-the-scenes pics on the nursery mural I designed and painted