An elegant baby nursery room reveal for little girl in elegant cream and gold with classic decor elements.
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.
This nursery space started off with just the green striped wall. Once Jess had her little boy, she introduced the blue and the red colors into the room for a more masculine feel.
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.
If I had been too scared to paint those trees myself, I probably would have regretted it. It was fun and meaningful.
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 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
Australian interior designer Belinda was still living with her parents while her house was being built. She was checking out websites for inspiration and decided to make a blue room featuring trees and owls.
Decorating the nursery was one of the most exciting parts of the nesting process for Lucy. In the end, it all sort of melded together into a vision of a room that was babyish, boyish and bachelor pad all in one!\”
Expecting twin girls, Lindsay designed a girlie nursery. \”It was easy to use purple as our accent color to the green because it is so girlie. Had they been fraternal boy-girl twins, the room would have been much more gender neutral.
Julia wanted was thinking a bright and airy space of white with subtle pops of pink and green. But but more pink and green \’Trina Turk Palm Beach\’ than pink and green \’Lily Pulitzer preppy.\’
Jennifer loves aqua. Since it\’s such a lovely, bright color, she knew even before she found out the gender that the room would be aqua and that it would be accented it with lots of different colors.
She wanted Kingston to have a bright, fun and happy nursery, with a retro vibe. The bold color combination started when she found the vibrant curtains and worked the rest of the room around the lively patterns.
Blues and greens are pretty much standard for a \”sea\” room. Jessica wanted more color so she used a whole rainbow with an emphasis on the orange for the contrast.
I wanted something clean and modern for the nursery. That is what inspired me to select the fabric I choose to design the room around. I am not a cutesy theme kind of person. I like clean and simple.
As a graphic designer, using modern pattern and mixing color is where Erica finds a lot of joy in her day. When it came to decorating her daughter Leighton\’s nursery, she didn\’t want the typical pink/brown nursery that she sees so often.
Peek into Porter\’s nautical baby nursery. Navy blue and white stripes race around the nursery, complimenting the white, beach cottage-style crib and rocking chair.
Melissa was the winner of a contest giveaway for the complete interior design services. Since Melissa was pregnant, she put this boutique design agency to work to create a sophisticated and eclectic nursery
Amy began redesigning a guest room into a nursery for her son, she knew that she didn’t want the room to look typically \’boy\’—no sports or car/truck motifs—so she stayed away from blues and created this bright, playful room.
The inspiration for Jillina\’s daughter Katherine\’s watermelon pink nursery started with curtain panels from Target.
Once the sonogram revealed a little girl would soon be sleeping here, Lindsay broke out the pink paint cans and girlish details fell into place.
Asked by friends to create a gender neutral nursery, she was prepared for them to say \’we just want neutral colors\’. But when the mom mentioned she liked red, then it was on!
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All the colors of the room, the pinks, browns and blues can be found in Amanda\’s childhood collection of Beatrix Potter figurines, which served as inspiration for the room.
Hints of nature were accents for this baby nursery. She loved the simple, minimal appearance of her grey and white room and wanted the space to easily adapt to either gender
the biggest dilemma in creating Emerson\’s nursery was deciding how much pink. I wanted pink. Just to have that little girl rite of passage, her room is pink experience.
Malone was the third child for Ashley, and he was a surprise all the way. The challenge was to create a gender neutral space for our sweet new baby boy.
What makes this nursery so special is mom tied in so much from when we were growing up. Every time we look at things in there, it brings back memories.
A dreamy forest of birch awaits this lucky little boy. So Ruth said goodbye to Africa, and ushered in a stark forest of birch trees and owls.
\”I fell in love with the bright primary colors and zoo animals in the crib bedding. The rest of the nursery room was planned around the bedding.\”
Jessie knows that a nursery calls for more fabric than most rooms. As soon as she found out she was expecting, she began planning her baby girl Zoey\’s nursery.
creating her own masterpiece for daughter Paisley, \”I was really inspired by my niece’s nursery that my sister designed. I loved how so many family pieces were included.\”
Expecting a girl, she started thinking about decorating her baby\’s nursery in the style she loves, white, rustic and antique looking.
As a huge fan of Amy Butler feminine designs, Kari was thrilled when she found she was expecting a girl. \”I really wanted the room to be soft and feminine, just like our baby girl would be!
After struggling with infertility for years, Sara and her husband Josh are on the waiting list to adopt a baby. This beautiful vintage inspired nursery was created in preparation for their home study.
The Care Bears\’ ultimate weapon is the \”Care Bear Stare,\” combining to form a ray of love and good cheer which could bring care and joy into the target\’s heart. Doesn\’t that sound like a fantastic idea to have watching over your child\’s nursery?
With a degree in interior design and a decade of design experience in her repertoire, it\’s no wonder that Rebekah\’s most prized-project is her daughter Lauren\’s pink nursery.
It was if it was to be a girl, I wanted the room to feel cheerful, happy, friendly…and I decided yellow was just that. It turns out that this is a nice gender neutral solution as well.