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Results found for "Nursery Door Tag"

  • 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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  • Baby Gate From Reclaimed Crib, How to make a baby gate for a large opening from a reclaimed crib!  Looks better then commercial gates!
For a detailed tutorial check it out at our website:, Nurseries Design

    Baby Gate From Recla...

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  • Baby boy nursery- light blue, white, and creams!, We wanted to create a very calming spot, that was boyish and childlike, but not too much so.  We chose a light blue wall, with white trim, and creams and browns for accent colors., Nurseries Design

    Baby boy nursery- ligh...

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  • Bedroom TRAINSformation for a 3 year old…., When we found out that we were having a boy, we started designing the nursery right away.  My husband built a ledge around the room for the toy train, and I started picking out bright, stimulating colors.  We chose a vehicle theme with trains, construction equipment, trucks, cars, and airplanes.  I purchased linens, rugs, pictures, and accessories from a variety of sources in an effort to avoid the theme overpowering the room.  Our goal was to have a vibrant, engaging, entertaining, and functional space for our little one.  The nursery has transitioned smoothly into a great space for a toddler.  Our son loves spending time in his room.  In fact, he hates traveling and often asks to go back to his room when he is away. , Boys' Rooms Design

    Bedroom TRAINSform...

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  • Baby Kate's Simple Nursery, My husband and I wanted to create a simple functional nursery that would grow with our baby girl.  It's a small room so we kept the clutter out of it.  , Nurseries Design

    Baby Kate's Simple N...

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  • Girl Nursery, This is our first try at a baby girl room after having 3 boys.  We wanted something sweet but elegent.  We made the lettering on her walls. (NOTE:  can't figure out how to rotate pics -- sorry), Nurseries Design

    Girl Nursery

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  • A's shared modern nursery, We live in a very small San Francisco apartment. A one bedroom, 420 square foot space is quite a challenge for 2 people, but now we are ready for 3. We did a lot of online research, and found inspiration through Ohdeedoh and Rate My Space in particular. Because we must share the nursery with our baby, we wanted something that we could sleep with every night. We tried to stick to a color palette to keep things pulled together. A modern palette of Orange, turquoise, gray, white and chocolate brown come together with a nature/ bird theme to make our space livable for baby and parents. , Nurseries Design

    A's shared modern nurs...

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  • Butterfly Garden, Our baby girl, Charlotte's room is pink and white with green accents and hand painted butterflies and garden swirls.  The mobiles and crib set are PBK.  I did the painting and my husband and uncle did the beadboard.  The chair was given to us and my aunt recovered the cushions and I painted it white. The bench was a yard sale find, and other furniture was my cousins. Reusing is a good way to be green.  The paint is from Olympic.  All their paints are no VOC., Nurseries Design

    Butterfly Garden

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  • Peter Rabbit Nursery, I designed my daughter's room to be unisex (just in case), cheery, and fun. I incorporated a garden theme and bright yellow walls, with the characters from Beatrix Potter., Nurseries Design

    Peter Rabbit Nursery

    12 photos, 1,208 Views, Flag

  • Fit for a princess nursery (continuing work in progress), This space was built for my new little princess it is done in different tones of a lilac. We didnt want to much pink only as a accent color. The chandelier is "mia" from pottery barn cribs. The furniture is by Munire and is called  "savannah". The bedding is "camelot" by kids line. The ceiling is blue and ready for white fluffy clouds. The floor is "antique cherry" by dream homes. All of the trim is mdf (very easy to deal with). That is a list of most the stuff i used. The closet was one of my favorites it is yellow which goes very well with the lilac and has stamped two tone lilac butterflys and starfish. well enjoy, it is still a work in progress alot more detail work to be done but right now my time goes to my little one., Nurseries Design

    Fit for a princess nur...

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  • Classic Victorian Nursery for a Boy, This is our nursery for our son who is due any day now.  We fell in love with the crib as soon as we saw it and designed the room around it.  We were going for a classic Victorian look that was appropriate for a boy., Nurseries Design

    Classic Victorian Nur...

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  • Nursery Fit for a Princess, A sassy twist for a nursery. Bold colors and whimiscal artwork on walls and ceiling provide a room that will be age appropriate for years to come., Nurseries Design

    Nursery Fit for a Pri...

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  • Baby Boy Nursery, This is my first child's nursery. It is still a work in progress. The wall paint is an avacado green with espresso furniture. The theme is Jungle animals and my husband also wanted to incorporate learning by adding alphabet cards as a border. Please feel free to rate my space and provide ideas!!, Nurseries Design

    Baby Boy Nursery

    6 photos, 1,976 Views, Flag

  • Elsie's Baby Nursery, This nursery  is a unique take on a girlie glamourous baby room! In a  Mt. Ranier blue accented by a bright red raw silk silver leaf and decorative painting make this room stand out! Original etchings framed on the wall as well as a beautiful round crib handpainted changing table and matching upholstered rocking chair/ottoman  are a visual treat. , Nurseries Design

    Elsie's Baby Nursery

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  • Little Isobel's Nursery, This is baby Isobel's room.  I was inspired to create a calm and cute space for our daughter with certain limitations.  It's a tight space and we were on a budget.  Let me know what you think!, Nurseries Design

    Little Isobel's Nurse...

    6 photos, 638 Views, Flag

  • Vintage Baby Girl Nursery made from a WEDDING DRESS!, This nursery bedding was made from a vintage wedding dress to create unique and genuine vintage style., Nurseries Design

    Vintage Baby Girl Nur...

    6 photos, 2,063 Views, Flag

  • Joselyn's butterfly nursery, A work in progress... The nursery is for our baby girl Joselyn  born on November 2nd 2007. The nusery colors were inspired by the Pottery Barn bedding which I HAD to have. We wanted something girly but not too pink  not too frilly and definitely inexpensive. The wall squares were my husband's idea... I designed Joselyn's name and the butterfly collection on the wall.  It's cheery and peaceful at the same time! , Nurseries Design

    Joselyn's butterfly nu...

    9 photos, 2,624 Views, Flag

  • Tinsley's Girly Nursery, My husband and I are expecting our first child a girl named Tinsley in about 9 weeks. We decorated the room in bright green pinks and white. The bedding is called Paisley Park by Trend Lab and the furniture is the Isabella Built to Grow collection by Young America.  Thanks for looking!!, Nurseries Design

    Tinsley's Girly Nurse...

    7 photos, 2,734 Views, Flag

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