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Results found for "Poms"

  • 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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  • EM'S ROOM (2 YRS OLD), My mom handpainted the dresser that I used when I was young. We painted the bed that my husband had used when he was little. I added the poms to give some different depths and color contrasts to the green - you never can go wrong with green and pink! The framed drawing at the foot of the bed is her "take" on her brother when I was still pregnant with him - it is called "Mommy's Baby." The curtains were made for her original nursery but I thought they were too cute to pack away! , Girls' Rooms Design

    EM'S ROOM (2 YRS ...

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  • Pink and Brown Chic Nursery, I wanted a nursery that my daughter could sleep and play in but that I enjoyed being in as well.  This space is something she can grow in.  I love coming in here because its just so comfy!  The furniture is pottery barn and partially inspired the decor.  All of the paint is Ethos but matched to Benjamin Moore colors.  The wall paint is Pink Cherub, the ceiling is candy stripe, the wall behind the crib, animals and polka dots are Kona.  The hot pink accents on the mural are rhododendron.  I found images for the mural from etsy and then projected them on the wall and traced them and painted them.  The pom poms are from etsy as well.  The glider is used but I found slipcovers online for $200 so now its Ivory!  The shelves are from Home Depot.  If you have additional questions as to where I got something, just let me know :) , Nurseries Design

    Pink and Brown Chic ...

    10 photos, 4,315 Views, Flag

  • Riley's Nursery, Nurseries Design

    Riley's Nursery

    5 photos, 1,575 Views, Flag

  • Max's 1st Birthday Party, Vintage Americana & red wagon themed 1st birthday party., Holidays Design

    Max's 1st Birthday Pa...

    5 photos, 432 Views, Flag

  • Emily Grace Sweet Dreams, A little girl's nursery with a soft pink and sage color scheme.  Accents include heirloom pieces from women in her family from her mother to great grandmother.  Soft elegance and whimsical accents calm cries and offer an imaginative play place., Nurseries Design

    Emily Grace Sweet Dr...

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  • Emmy's Room, i wanted to create a space that my little girl would love being in. i found a crib bumper from pottery barn that i liked and based the color scheme around that. then i decided to tie in a little bit of a birdie theme as well...and this is what we ended up with!, Nurseries Design

    Emmy's Room

    6 photos, 17,895 Views, Flag

  • Nursery for baby boy, Nurseries Design

    Nursery for baby boy

    10 photos, 1,322 Views, Flag

  • Ella Jayne's Room!!, It is a whimsical girly nursery! Full of DIY projects and personal touches! , Nurseries Design

    Ella Jayne's Room!!

    9 photos, 1,056 Views, Flag

  • Anna's room, This is our nursery for baby Anna due February 2012!, Nurseries Design

    Anna's room

    17 photos, 5,831 Views, Flag

  • Clean and Neutral Nursery, Even though we knew we would be having a boy, we wanted a clean and neutral nursery for our little bundle of joy. The idea for the stripes on the wall came from a user profile on The Nest's D&R board. The rest of the room came together little by little over the course of my pregnancy. , Nurseries Design

    Clean and Neutral Nur...

    3 photos, 1,680 Views, Flag

  • Diva Paris zebra room, Girls' Rooms Design

    Diva Paris zebra room

    5 photos, 7,326 Views, Flag

  • Dylann's Dream, This room is for my 4 year old daughter who is in LOVE with the color pink. If it's not pink she doesn't want anything to do with it : ) So we went with a shabby chic theme. All bedding and most accessories are the Rachel Ashwell- Simply Shabby chic line from Target. The wall color started out as TUTU PINK-Dutch Boy but it was too bright so I hand mixed in some white tone it down. If you like this color then I suggest getting it a 50% not 100% like I did.

, Girls' Rooms Design

    Dylann's Dream

    9 photos, 1,654 Views, Flag

  • Our First Nursery II, I posted this room a few days ago, but have since then added colorful flower pom poms over the crib. Also, to the right of the pink hippo (on the dresser) is where the changing pad will go. This room was done on a budget. I did the  artwork myself, got the crib bedding for $25, and painted the wall circles. We wanted a room that said "baby" without being fru-fru. I wanted it to be sophisticated and classy -- but still fun and colorful. I hope I've achieved that. Any and all opinions welcome!, Nurseries Design

    Our First Nursery II

    16 photos, 3,130 Views, Flag

  • Breathe in Blue, Relaxing blue bedroom with white, silver and black accents. Perfect for a girly girl or just someone in need of a calm oasis. (Note:this is a rented apartment and the walls couldn't be painted), Bedrooms Design

    Breathe in Blue

    3 photos, 757 Views, Flag

  • Natalie's Nursery, I helped some friends create this space for their 2nd child, 1st daughter, Natalie. Their budget was small, so there are plenty of handmade and homemade decorating ideas to be found!, Nurseries Design

    Natalie's Nursery

    7 photos, 842 Views, Flag

  • Living Room Coastal Style, Living Rooms Design

    Living Room Coastal ...

    11 photos, 722 Views, Flag

  • Dylann's Dream in Daylight, The last photos I took were at night when I had finished the room. I painted the tree and made a few slight adjustments to the room. I hope you all like them : ), Girls' Rooms Design

    Dylann's Dream in Day...

    7 photos, 939 Views, Flag

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