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Results found for "Gray nursery"

  • Jillian's Haven, I designed a timeless nursery that my little angel can grow with.  It's not too babyish nor too grown up, it embodies elegance, grace and femininity. I hope you will enjoy looking at the nursery as much as I enjoyed creating it. 
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    Jillian's Haven

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  • Welcome Home - Nursery & Guest Room Redesign, Ready to welcome home baby, big brother and guests! , Nurseries Design

    Welcome Home - Nurse...

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  • Peeper's Place, A sweet, neutral nursery created with lots and lots of love for our first baby, "Peeper". I love neutrals. I wanted a neutral, clean, crisp, contemporary but warm space all wrapped up into one big ball of awesome. My inspiration for this entire room was the knowledge that I wanted gray walls, and that precious raindrop mobile! I based all my colors from there, using the ones I loved most as pops of color throughout the rest of the room., Nurseries Design

    Peeper's Place

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  • Vibrant Orange, White and Gray Baby Room, I was looking for a vibrant gender neutral color scheme to decorate my baby boy's room. I also wanted a room that could grow with him without loosing its playfulness. And I wanted to use a vibrant color like orange. The alphanumeric wallpaper is the focal point of the nursery. Its black and gray pattern gives a special touch to the space. It just catches your eyes when you enter there room, and I think it makes a beautiful contrast against the bright orange bedding set and hot air balloon mobile that hangs from the ceiling. The result is a gender neutral, vibrant and colorful baby room., Nurseries Design

    Vibrant Orange, Whit...

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  • Annie Rae's Room, This is my daughter Annie Rae's nursery.  She was born in May of 2011 and I wanted a super femme antique feeling space for her.  I love old vintage finds and incorperated them with furniture I found on craigslist to create a one of a kind space for my baby girl.  , Nurseries Design

    Annie Rae's Room

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  • Gray and Coral Nursery , Nurseries Design

    Gray and Coral Nurser...

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  • Gray and Yellow Nursery, This peaceful gray, yellow and white nursery was created for my daughter Avery. Aside from the furniture, the majority of the work is DIY or repurposed. For more detailed information please go to http://thedomesticproject.blogspot.ca/2012/03/averys-nursery.html ., Nurseries Design

    Gray and Yellow Nurse...

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  • Halston's Room, This is the last available room in my house but needs to double as a guest room when someone visits so I wanted to room to be more mature in decor. I went against my mother's recommendation and I chose dark charcoal on top and super light gray on the bottom on the walls, glad I did! It is Aura paint from BM, by far my fav to paint with though it is a pretty penny.

Mint/aqua, yellow and white compliment the navy. Most of the items here I got from Home Goods including the Safavieh rug. Changing table and crib were from my daughter's room. Drapes from World Market. Glider (my daughter's as well) from Walmart. I hope you like it!, Nurseries Design

    Halston's Room

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  • Charlee's Pink and Gray Oasis with a Touch of Antique, When we started the room we knew we wanted colors and furniture that would grow with Charlee. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as we enjoy the room., Nurseries Design

    Charlee's Pink and Gr...

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  • Pink & Gray Alina's Baby Nursery, Pink and Gray Nursery for my Baby Girl, Nurseries Design

    Pink & Gray Alina's B...

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  • Ayana's Sweet and Modern Nursery, I am a lover of contemporary living. Ever since I thought of making our daughter's nursery I was looking for something that looks modern and contemporary. After my rigorous research I finally settled down to "Gray and Yellow" theme, Gray was to give the room that elegance and Yellow was to diffuse that freshness and incandescence for a girl's room. I loved how the combination was vivid as well as graceful.

However, I wanted to keep a balance between splurging for the nursery and 'thinking too much'. I think I was able to get to it finally!

I got my inspiration from all the beautiful projects that have been submitted already. I had previously done my son's room, and I also wanted Ayana's room to be as pretty as she herself is.

Room Details-
1.	Wall Colors-  Behr (Twenty Carat, Cathedral Gray, and Manhattan Mist)
2.	Crib- Baby Mod
3.	Dresser- IKEA
4.	Changing Table- Pottery Barn
5.	Chair- American Furniture Warehouse
6.	Curtain- Bed Bath and Beyond
7.	Poms- Ebay
8.	Wall Decals- Etsy
9.	Birdhouse Lamp- DIY project
10.	Small Birdhouse- DIY project
11.	Door name tag- DIY Project
12.	Wall name letters-  I bought wooden letters off of Etsy and then painted and decorated them so it was partial DIY project.
13.	Wall shelf- IKEA
14.	Round Mirrors- Target
15.	Butterfly Mirror- Michaels
16.	Nursery Art- Gift from a friend
17.	Yellow Lamp- IKEA

**Thanks to my husband AJ Kumar for taking wonderful shots of the nursery!, Nurseries Design

    Ayana's Sweet and Mo...

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  • Modern Glam Nursery in OC Residence by Little Crown Interiors, Interior Design by Little Crown Interiors
Photography by Full Spectrum Photo Studio, Nurseries Design

    Modern Glam Nursery ...

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  • Maggie's Soothing Gray Nursery, My dad put up the white wainscotting. My mom and I made the curtains and recovered the rocking chair, which was a hand-me-down from my parents. My grandfather made the changing unit based on a design from pottery barn kids. I made all the pillows and we ordered the vinyl decals online., Nurseries Design

    Maggie's Soothing Gr...

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  • Hadley's Pink and Gray Nursery, While I must admit that this isn't 100% finished, it's close enough!  I did a lot of it on a budget and am happy the way it turned out.  If anyone has any suggestions or would like to know where I purchased anything, let me know!, Nurseries Design

    Hadley's Pink and Gra...

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  • Fresh and colorful nursery, We designed this fresh and colorful nursery for our (soon-to-be) baby boy. We choose to use lots of color and patterns in the space against a calm grey and white backdrop. The result is a space that is both calming and stimulating, relaxing and energizing.

More details on sources available here: http://theb-line.blogspot.com/2010/05/baby-ready-nursery-reveal.html, Nurseries Design

    Fresh and colorful nur...

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  • Isla's Pink & Gray Nursery , This space started off as just an empty room in a new construction. We started by installing a chair rail and painting the lower half a semi-gloss white and the upper hald Glidden's Pebble Gray. The furniture is Bonavita Hudson purchased from a local specialty store. The glider is from the Best Chairs Storytime Series and wall hanging book case from The Land of Nod. Bedding is from the Glenna Jean Zoe collection. Hanging on the wall is a custom photobox frame by Sugarboo Designs. Our goal was to keep the space simple and not too babyish. , Nurseries Design

    Isla's Pink & Gray Nu...

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  • Pink and Gray Nursery, Nurseries Design

    Pink and Gray Nursery

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  • Baby Flo's Natural Nursery, We were so excited when we found out we were having a boy! I'm really not into the traditional baby blue thing and I wanted to stray from the traditional color palette, so I chose orange, grey, and brown. It was also important that the nursery was one of a kind and super unique so we did a lot of refinishing and creative thinking.

We are really excited about our nursery design the only furniture that was bought new was the crib, polar bear rocker, and glider everything else was refurbished or hand-made. 

The dresser is one of my favorites it was an antique find from Good Will. My husband cleaned it up and fixed the broken parts. The changing table on top was a hand-me-down which we repainted and attached to the top of the dresser. Because the changing table was not a standard size we ordered a custom pad and cover.

The grey diaper caddy on the side is great; it holds a fair amount of diapers and has a little place for the wipes.

The orange book shelf was a 50 dollar treasure from an antique store! It was in pretty rough shape so we sanded it down, added a few coats of paint and distressed the wood. I love it! The orange baskets were on sale at Hobby Lobby.

The hanging book shelves we constructed out of wooden palates that we picked up from a warehouse. My husband built them using DIY instructions from the internet. Then we stained them to match the bottom of the crib and the dresser. I really like these shelves because I don't have to  worry about heavy books slipping off them and bopping the baby on the head.  

The dog prints behind the crib, are special to me. I found three silhouettes that looked similar to our three favorite furry friends (our dogs). I then had friends of ours that own a print shop print and stretch the canvas around a frame. Oh and a wonderful designer at Alphagraphics printing made sure the colors and silhouettes looked just perfect before sending them off to print. You can find canvas printers on-line and customize your prints too.  

Some of the art hanging behind the orange storage shelf is very special to us. The horse and the bird where both painted my husbands late Grandfather. We duplicated the pictures at a local print shop. I love mix and match frames so I went to Michael's and picked through the sale frames.

The pinwheel mobile we hand-made out of some fun scrap book paper and wooden dowels. There is tons of DIY pinwheel mobile instruction on-line. It cost only 5 dollars and took about 20 minutes to make. 

The Crib is from Wal-Mart online! I know Wal-Mart! It was only $300.00 and I think it's really well made and does not look cheap, it is a great option if you are looking for a modern style crib. 
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Baby-Mod-Olivia-3-in-1-Crib-Amber-and-White/8810319

The gilder is the Gus Sparrow, and I absolutely love it. http://www.gusmodern.com/products1/chairs/sparrow-glider/sparrow-glider.shtml

The rug is West Elm's sweater rug and what a perfect name because it feel just like a soft sweater. http://www.westelm.com/products/sweater-rug-r717/

The Netto Polar Bear Rocker was so cute I could not pass it up! 
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    Baby Flo's Natural Nu...

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