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Results found for "glider"

  • 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

    6 photos, 888 Views, Flag

  • French Parisian Girl's Nursery, This nursery was initially designed as a gender neutral nursery as the client was in the process of adopting a baby and wasn't sure if she was going to get a baby boy or a baby girl. Once a birth mother was selected and we found out she was having a girl, we added sweet feminine touches to make a sophisticated french inspired nursery. The client loves Paris and everything French and the rest of her home reflects her love of french decor, so the theme for the nursery was evident! We selected 100% dupioni silk bedding, chose beautiful French themed nursery wall art and added sweet gems and jewels to the nursery wall hanging and canvases. The pink poodle rocking animal was a fun and playful touch and the mocha crystal nursery chandelier is accented with a hand made chandelier ceiling medallion that says "Anything is Possible"...a phrase the mom-to-be used during one of our conversations about her adoption process. I found that quite fitting for this wonderful love story!
Portrait photography by Portrait Artistry by Linda Marie of New Jersey
Mural by April Heather Art, Nurseries Design

    French Parisian Girl'...

    5 photos, 3,869 Views, Flag

  • Baby Girl's Nursery, Peter Rabbit Nursery bedding- meets little girls dream nursery. Classic, yet elegant!, Nurseries Design

    Baby Girl's Nursery

    16 photos, 2,424 Views, Flag

  • Boy Nursery on a Budget, Baby blue boy nursery with Safari accents done on a budget!, Nurseries Design

    Boy Nursery on a Budg...

    10 photos, 36,977 Views, Flag

  • pink and green classic nursery, Pale pink walls with white furniture custom made bedding and window valance. Jenny Lind crib wardrobe from antique store buffett converted to changing table bookcase made from old shutters cabinet made from old window Best Chair glider in lime green chenille ottoman made from an old drawer., Nurseries Design

    pink and green classic ...

    10 photos, 2,581 Views, Flag

  • Avery's elegant nursery, This nursery for our baby boy Avery was inspired by the mirrored changing table .  This room is a simple yet elegant space which will be easily transformed to a toddler space in a few years., Nurseries Design

    Avery's elegant nurser...

    6 photos, 3,256 Views, Flag

  • It's a Boy! An Owl Nursery for Landon, This nursery was the first room I really designed and was truly a labor of love!  My mom and I created almost everything ourselves...the rest of the items were ordered on Etsy.  I really like unique items and tried to stear clear of mass produced nursery bedding and decor.  I originally chose the owl theme thinking how unique it was, but quickly found out how popular owl decor is now!  
I originally wanted to paint the room a bright aqua color, but then I found a wall decal that I loved and wanted to showcase that.  Not sure if you can tell from the pictures but I had the ceiling painted a pale blue color instead. I am open to any suggestions and/or questions!  Thanks for looking at my space! :), Nurseries Design

    It's a Boy! An Owl N...

    15 photos, 1,724 Views, Flag

  • Glider Swing, Double seat glider swing with table between swings.  , Other Spaces Design

    Glider Swing

    2 photos, 365 Views, Flag

  • Tiny Toddler Transformation, This room was put together over the course of a year and with a very small budget (less than $800 total).  Every inch of the room was painted during my pregnancy with my third child.  The furniture was reused from our son's nursery, Craigslisted, or diy-ed.  If there was anything that could be reused, refashioned, re-imagined, it was. This tiny 8.5' x 11' was a labor of love.  Our daughter enjoys her room very much and most things are just her size.  You can see more of this transformation at the blog, DecorumDIYer.wordpress.com  : http://wp.me/p12yAb-wO , Girls' Rooms            Design

    Tiny Toddler Transfor...

    11 photos, 967 Views, Flag

  • Baby Boats Nursery, Our Son was born on 8-9-07 and this is his room.  I love blue and green together and used his bedding as a jumping point for the rest of the room., Nurseries Design

    Baby Boats Nursery

    7 photos, 3,053 Views, Flag

  • new home front, this is the outside of the house. someday my bushes will grow but until now.., Home Exterior Design

    new home front

    15 photos, 2,643 Views, Flag

  • Jackson's Nursery, Baby boy's room with a jungle theme and unconventional color scheme of greens and browns.  This nursery incorporates bold espresso furniture and fun zebra print rug.  I hope our baby likes it :-), Nurseries Design

    Jackson's Nursery

    5 photos, 10,107 Views, Flag

  • Our Sweet Baby's Room, We have been working on our baby's room since we found out we were having a girl!  We wanted something girly and sweet but not too frilly or overly themed.  We hope it is a room that will grow and change with her.  Our home is a 1930's bungalow so there were a few furniture and decorating challenges.  Most of the room is the result of serious bargain hunting--Target Homegoods Christmas Tree Shop etc.  We splurged on nicer furniture the rug and a few other itmes., Nurseries Design

    Our Sweet Baby's Roo...

    12 photos, 11,150 Views, Flag

  • Bright Alphabet & Animal Nursery, We're less than one month away from the birth of our son and the nursery is complete! We wanted to create a bright cheerful space that said "nursery" without being too baby-like. My husband made the shelves over the changing table and in the corner and I made the artwork. We can't wait for our little guy to get here!, Nurseries Design

    Bright Alphabet & Ani...

    5 photos, 2,110 Views, Flag

  • Jungle Rainforest Animals Learn their ABC's!!! Boy or girl nursery with sage walls , Our guest bedroom already had light sage walls and as a "wonderful" painter I decided to just make the nursery work with the wall color that already existed.  The nursery is intended for a boy but can be used for a girl.  I wanted to do a Rain forest or Jungle theme but not too over stimulating.  The bedding is called alphabet soup by cocalo and it provides some fun colors that ties in the theme without over whelming the room.  , Nurseries Design

    Jungle Rainforest Ani...

    5 photos, 1,692 Views, Flag

  • Evan's Modern Blue and Brown Nursery, We wanted to create a room that could easily grow with our new son. We loved the blue and brown alphabet pattern on the sheets so opted to incorporate the colors into the décor. We chose orange as the main accent color. To keep the room from being too dark and to match the existing white trim we added some additional white elements. For texture we put a lambskin rug in front of the crib. We made the window valance from the crib bumper which would otherwise go unused., Nurseries Design

    Evan's Modern Blue an...

    9 photos, 11,181 Views, Flag

  • Work in Progress - New Colors for an Old Glider, I was blessed to find these pillow shams bolster and checkered cloth at a Thrift store and then found some OOPS paint in the perfect muted gold to go with these fabrics.  I still have to paint the yard sale glider and make a real seat cushion.  I'll update this as I go along.   Please give me your opinion about painting the glider - my sister thinks it should be left alone for the rustic look.  What do YOU think?, Yards Design

    Work in Progress - Ne...

    8 photos, 2,960 Views, Flag

  • Eek to Chic Glider, This glider has been in my family since the 1920's. We didn't want to buy a new one because it is so much bigger and more sturdy than anything you can find in stores. My dad was going to refurbish it this summer but he passed away in November. So I decided that while I was home preparing for my wedding (we got married on June 6th!!) I would renovate the glider as a gift to my mom. Cushions: $40...Spray Paint: $15...Total Cost for Project: $55. Let me know what you think! :), Porches Design

    Eek to Chic Glider

    13 photos, 1,400 Views, Flag

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