Amy had decided on a puppy room for a boy or a kitten room for a girl while she was still pregnant. When she discovered she was expecting a son, instead of blue she thought woof!
Jennifer had never really worked on nurseries before but had always wanted to. When her girlfriend asked if she would design their nursery for son Michael, she jumped at the opportunity!
When Sarah started decorating Charlotte’s nursery, she wanted it to be whimsical and sweet without being overly feminine.
In looking through nursery room designs for inspiration, she found that she loved nursery rooms that were full, but not too busy. “The ones that appealed to me the most were the ones that had the walls filled with interesting details.
Yaxy’s home is decorated very modern, however lately her style has been leaning towards Hollywood glamour. Case in point this fantastic nursery she created
As a lover of eclectic and antique designs, Justina starting collecting things she liked from thrift stores, antique stores, and yard sales for her daughter’s nursery room.
Once Shanna she was expecting a girl, it was all about Shabby Chic for me. I wanted dainty florals, muted colors, and a vintage feel.
The game was a fun memory of Sasha’s when she was little. When she learned she was pregnant with a girl, she remembered playing the game and thought, why not? And designed her daughter’s nursery into a delicious atmosphere.
With the Father of the Bride 2 nursery serving as inspiration, Amy strived for a classic, serene, non-themed nursery that appealed to her love of French.
As soon as she found out she was pregnant, she decided she wanted to do a turquoise nursery with a white tree silhouette on the wall.
Saying goodbye to your first child while welcoming your second child into the world is such a mixture of grief and joy, making decorating son Levi’s room bittersweet for his mother Jess.
I liked the contrast of white against the aqua. I’m in love with the growth chart tree I painted. It’s a fun, personal touch that we’ll enjoy adding to as she grows.
I loved how classic and timeless Peter Rabbit is. The finished product is a nursery that is as timeless as the Peter Rabbit Beatrix Potter character.
Brooke had neutral and calming colors picked out early on for her son Owen’s nursery. I love the neutral of a grey and I had a yellow crib when I was a baby.
Now that their son Hunter’s nursery room is complete, Megan and Chris find themselves standing in the doorway and smiling because they are so happy with how it turned out.
While Emily did not set out to do Georgia’s nursery room on a budget, repurposing, gifts and DIY projects meant the room cost a mere $163!
“I love modern design so really wanted clean, modern lines, but still wanted personal touches like the custom artwork and fun little toys from our travels while I was pregnant.
Designing a nursery has its challenges, but decorating for twins ups the ante. This is what Kristen faced when she discovered early on in her pregnancy that she was expecting double trouble.
When it came to decorating daughter Ava’s nursery, Jamie was not above shipping fabric in from Europe. It was a bit extravagant to ship a couple yards of fabric across the ocean, but worth it.
From the moment she found out she was expecting, planning the perfect nursery for her new addition occupied Mary Catherine’s thoughts, dreams and time. She envisioned a nursery before she knew if she was having a boy or girl as simply elegant, soft – a breath of fresh air.
Sarah planned on putting a lot of time and effort into her baby Asher’s nursery, she went with a traditional-eclectic gender neutral look, allowing it to easily adapt for all of her children.
For Owen’s nursery, Kate started with the color. She wanted soft blue walls with pops of orange and chocolate brown for a boyish, but not babyish feel.
Interiors designer Lindsay wanted to keep things clean, airy and modern for her son’s baby nursery but still include some vintage finds and family heirlooms.
Her original nursery was the existing lime green mixed with blush and pops of hot pink. It was very sweet, but seemed a little baby to me, so I wanted her to have a room that worked for her as a toddler.
The DIY project I’m most proud of is the artwork over her crib. While I was making it, it began to dawn on me that I was really and truly going to be a mother.
I didn’t want a color that was too overwhelming. I also didn’t want to go with the traditional blue for a boy. So, we decided on a nice gray with a tiny hint of blue. I absolutely love it!
If I had been too scared to paint those trees myself, I probably would have regretted it. It was fun and meaningful.
This beautiful and elegant room is a completely different vision from it’s original planning, with the idea stemming from Kelly’s husband tattooed sleeve, inspired by the artist Alphonse Mucha, an Art Nouveau painter.
I wanted to accent the neutral pallet with oranges and browns, and this bedding was perfect! I never would have thought of owls but everything in the room took off after we decided on the bedding!
Melissa wanted to do something out-of-the-box and unique for her son Camden’s nursery room. I love the raw wood elements mixed with the clean and modern feel.
“I grew up on a beach and thought a beach/surfing theme would be fun for a little boy. I was so excited when everything fell into place.”
“My heart is happy every time I walk past Audrey’s nursery. The colors, the patterns, the fact that it is the girliest place in our house.”
I wanted to create a space for Sofia that was going to be serene and calming but beautiful at the same time. I added splashes of color to stimulate baby and make it feel more like a child’s, specifically, a girl’s room.
The happiest room in Brittany’s house is the room her daughter Lola sleeps in. Filled with bright colors and cheerful flowers, it’s difficult not to feel the love in this room.
From the beginning, Paige had a shabby chic nursery in mind with a touch of elegance so that her little girl could grow into it.
Days before discovering she was having a boy, she found adorable red, scooter fabric that launched the design for her baby boy Emerson’s nursery.
I couldn’t wait to make my nursery dreams a reality. I couldn’t be more thrilled with how everything turned out. It is exactly how I envisioned her nursery in my head!”
As a lover of all things vintage and for cats and owls, Laura wanted to incorporate those elements without going overboard. “I think the room has a pretty happy balance overall. The turquoise blue color is actually my favorite color.
Krystal fell in love with the romantic, whimsical feel of faux paneling and knew that she wanted to recreate that in for her daughter Ava’s pink princess nursery.
I love white. White is easy to work around. I felt a baby boy’s room would be a perfect, small space to be able to do modern in