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Results found for "fairy tale"

  • VICTORIAN  FARMHOUSE RENOVATION, This is my old Victorian  farmhouse redo. It's a sort of recycled repurposed story.The colors I chose were from Pratt and Lambert paint. The roof is a steel  cedar shake molded interlock system with a copper finish. The weather vane and lightning rods are all copper with glass globes., Home Exterior Design


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  • Fairy Tale Vine, Pretty pink and green bedding and window treatments are accented with painted vines, fairies and a tea party space. For more rooms go to, Girls' Rooms Design

    Fairy Tale Vine

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  • Lorelai's Room, This was my daughter's room in her first home... our previous apartment.  (We're moving in a week).  We wanted the decorative items to be both nursery and young adult friends, with a few things able to be kept throughout adulthood.  With the butterfly and fairy theme, the artwork and figurines were the items I'd like her to carry on through her adulthood - these were actually mine that I decided to prematurely pass on to my daughter when she was born.  The quilt on the glider is handmade by one of her grandmother's and is definitely going to be something she will keep for years to come.  Everything else is perfect for a baby or young child.  The crib will eventually transform into a headboard for a full sized bed and the dresser is big enough for an adult (as long as a closet is also accessable).  I think that even though this is an apartment that we are leaving behind, and the layout of furniture will change, the items we used will be able to move into any space and still reflect the same tranquil, romantic, fairy-tale feeling, and yet, as the years go on, still grow with our daughter., Nurseries Design

    Lorelai's Room

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  • Fairy tale room, This is a 5 year old girls room. Loves purple and fairies. The panels where painted on the wall neighboring the bed added real jems to the center of flowers for affect of whimsy. The word art is projected on the wall and tinkerbell hides behind the cork board to keep her special photos or notes. Alot of silky textures on chocolate tea table and bedding verrrrrry girly!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Fairy tale room

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  • Daddy's Lil Princesses, my new baby and her 4 year old step sister share a room - wanted it to be girly but not TOO pink - love the themes but not too over the top - and finally I wanted it to be comfortable and not too fussy - so the girls can play dress up and not worry about messing anything up., Girls' Rooms Design

    Daddy's Lil Princesse...

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  • Fairy Tale Princess Room, Room with a castle for our princess., Girls' Rooms Design

    Fairy Tale Princess R...

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  • Christmas at Crickhollow Cottage, My potting shed has transformed into a candy decorated Santa's Workshop on Candy Cane Lane. Santa's laundry hangs behind the cottage. The reindeer barn a garlanded gazebo and tiny houses for the mice are also seen around the outside., Gardens Design

    Christmas at Crickhol...

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  • Little Prince Fairytale Nursery, We painted this nursery for my first born baby boy our little prince. We used fairy tales and nursery rhymes for inspiration. , Nurseries Design

    Little Prince Fairyta...

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  • Princess closet, so precious!!!, Pink princess closet complete with a castle and working doorbell!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Princess closet, so pr...

    6 photos, 1,882 Views, Flag

  • Fit for a Princess Girls' Room, We hand painted all the mural panels, made an amazing canopy box for the bed, and it came out awesome!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Fit for a Princess Gi...

    10 photos, 1,834 Views, Flag

  • Fairy tale cottage envy, My home  my pride and joy. I still have some work to do., Home Exterior Design

    Fairy tale cottage env...

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  • My Artistic Creations Faux Work, Faux Applications, Tuscan, Old World, Venetian Plaster, Living Rooms Design

    My Artistic Creation...

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  • Princess Perfect, I did this room as a birthday present for my 3 year old. I used disney paint from home depot and a princess theme., Girls' Rooms Design

    Princess Perfect

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  • Fairy Tale , When I decided creating this room I did not want to use the common "baby" colors. I wanted to keep it simple, but simple with a twist. I even did not have a theme when I started decorating. My idea was to create a girly, romantic space, that could grow with my little baby. I also knew I wanted to use  white as the predominant color with touches of bright pink and soft green to add some fun to the room. I also wanted to add hand made products to create the "romantic" atmosphere I was looking for and had all the crib bedding and windows treatment sent from artisans in Brazil. This is the room I wanted to have if I was a baby right now :-), Nurseries Design

    Fairy Tale

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  • Dream bedroom, This is the bedroom of a 3 year old girl. I painted the furniture and the mural. The little girl wanted a purple and blue room. She is allergic to cats and dogs, so I decided to give her the animals to be her companions. The fairy also has her hair and eye colors.
, Girls' Rooms Design

    Dream bedroom

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  • Sepia Neutral Nursery ...,   No, not pregnant yet but a Decorating Diva is always prepared right??? I transformed one of my Shabby Chic Guest Rooms that was previously posted into a expectant Nursery. We are hoping this next year to be using it :) 
   I have used color in most spaces but have always desired to use serene Sepia tones. I have also been told blacks & whites are a great Nursery color because the contrast helps babies see better as eyesight is developing. At least that's what Mom-In-Law tells me and who is a nurse in a new born unit.
  I tried to use decor that will either grow with child or can be re-purposed some- where else in home for decor. 
  Hubby and I prefer Nursery Decor a little more on the elegant side than babyish, maybe that's because we are pushing 40ish :)
  This space is a reflection of who we are and what is important to us; God & Family. And yes, I realize some of the decor has to change as baby grows for safety so no nasty comments concerning safety please :) Right now it's for fun.
I hope you enjoy!!!, Nurseries Design

    Sepia Neutral Nursery...

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  • Reed's Nursery Rhyme Nursery, This mural includes children's songs, fables, nursery rhymes, and tons of tiny critters and animals to keep a baby entertained.  I created this nursery for my first born son Reed.  I was 8 months pregnant when I began painting it.  This was my favorite project because it was the first time I got to create a project for my own child.   , Nurseries Design

    Reed's Nursery Rhyme ...

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  • Bella's FairyTale Room, We painted the room with a weeping willow and various butterflies and bees and a white picket fence to go along with her cottage bed. It's a bright and fun room perfect for our little princess!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Bella's FairyTale Ro...

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