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  • Walt's Tropical Oasis Nursery, Lofty ocean beach hut nursery design for baby boy in aqua, orange, green, black & white., Nurseries Design

    Walt's Tropical Oasi...

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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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  • Surfer Room, I wanted a space that could grow with Jackson.  The beach surfer theme was something that both my husband and I thought would be perfect for our little boy.  , Boys' Rooms Design

    Surfer Room

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  • Linley's sweet dreams in black, white, and pink, Not the typical pastel nursery. I wanted a black and white nursery for my 4-week old daughter's room, but wasn't sure about the wall color. I didn't want pink, but ended up with pink anyway! It is more of a salmon or melon pink. The room also has damask and polka dots., Nurseries Design

    Linley's sweet dreams...

    14 photos, 1,395 Views, Flag

  • Whimsical Flowery Girls Room, This is my 4 year old daughter's room.  I decided not to go with the traditional pink or purple walls and go with a color called Summer Picnic from Home Depot.  , Girls' Rooms Design

    Whimsical Flowery Gi...

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  • Chapin's Quarters, I tried to make a space that felt soft and cozy, elegant and sophisticated, yet had the sweetness of a babie's room.  I used Tans, creams, chocolate brown and pale blue to create warmth., Nurseries Design

    Chapin's Quarters

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  • Nautical, I decided to decorate using a nautical theme.  I painted wooden shades and glued them to his name letters.  I put thrww shelfs up on the wall for books, pictures, and stuffed animals., Nurseries Design


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  • The Birdhouse, I had so much fun decorating the nursery for my daughter.  I used the corner tree with birds as the focal point of the room and tried to incorporate birdies throughout.  I glued a birdhouse to the top of a coatrack so she can someday hang purses, scarfs, bookbags and hairbows from here.  The "dream" decal above her crib also has a bird on it.  And the bedding is just all around girly and completes the look I was going for., Nurseries Design

    The Birdhouse

    6 photos, 4,266 Views, Flag

  • Elaina's Shabby Chic Bunny Room, We wanted something different than the standard cartoon characters, and I definitely wanted it to be girly!  I think we have accomplished that in this room.  We love bunnies, and we think the mural that her aunt painted on the wall makes the space!, Nurseries Design

    Elaina's Shabby Chic ...

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  • Gigi's Vintage Room, Welcome to Gigi's Room.  For my first and only girl I wanted to create a vintage shabby chic room that used elements from my family's past.  I did not have the budget to buy all new furniture nor did i want that feel.  The rest of my house is modern so I wanted the experience of stepping back into the past with this room.  

I started with selecting a vintage rose pattern from the Shabby Chic bed linens from Carousel Designs - and went from there.  I searched craig's list and ebay for an iron crib till I found the perfect one.  We nabbed this crib for way below what they retail for.  We wanted to keep a queen-sized bed in her room to accomodate me while nursing and also be a place for grandmothers to stay when they come to town.  We figured she would use this bed as she grows older.  My mother made the quilt from assorted fabric squares from the 1920's collection found at a local quilt shop.  The quilt is absolutely stunning in person and is really the element that pulls it all together.  

I bought the changing table (a 1950's dining hutch) and the cedar chest from a local antique mall for a total of $300 (a steal!)  The hutch works well for a changing table and has drawers and cabinets to store all the assorted diapering needs.  I plan to use the cedar chest for her toy box.  The nightstand is hand-painted from the Horchow/Neiman Marcus outlet - another steal!  I also bought the crystal lamps from there - they are stunning crystal lamps with silk shades. The little rocking chair was my mothers and features a rose on the cusion, needlepointed by my sweet grandmother.  There is an antique magazine rack that belonged to my grandparents and I plan to use this for her little books.  The dolls on the cedar chest were mine as a girl. They are Madame Alexander dolls but are very raggedy. I hope Gigi loves them as much as I did.  The picture hanging by the crib is a vintage print I had reframed.  It hung in my mother's room as a little girl. There are several sweet trinkets sitting on the shelves of the hutch that are very special to me and someday I hope special to her: my first ballet shoes, another madame alexander doll I loved, my family's silver baby cups, a porcelin bunny given to me from my grandmother, etc...

The paint color is called Pink Kiss and is barely barely pink.  It goes well with our creamy trim and mouldings.  

Yesterday we hung the finishing touches - creamy iron letters with matching grograin ribbions above her crib.  

All we need now is a baby!

Any comments..., Nurseries Design

    Gigi's Vintage Room

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  • Slumberland of Beatrix Potter, I was trying to create a whimsical and peaceful atmosphere; something a little out of the ordinary.  Thinking back as a child, I wanted to bring imagination to life! , Nurseries Design

    Slumberland of Beatri...

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  • Connor's Nursery, This is Connor's ( 7 months) nursery.  It's a low-budget nursery to be sure!!  The dresser is on it's 3rd owner (my grandma had it, then I had it, and now my kids share it). I repainted it (it's not that great...haha) yellow because we don't have great lighting in our apartment, and I wanted something bright in the room.  I really wanted yellow curtains, too, but apparently those don't, I went with green from Target. I got the changing table (which I love!!) for $20 on craigslist (yes, that is a bookshelf hidden behind the changing table...very small apartment trying to house four people.  Sigh).  The only new piece of furniture is the crib which everyone at my work pitched in and bought the baby as a shower gift (you guys rock!!).

Overall, I really love the nursery, especially his name above the crib which my friend, Lisa, made for him as a shower gift :)  The theme is supposed to be dinosaurs, but I guess it's not as popular a theme as I thought it would be. I did manage to find a few things to match the theme, though.

Hope everyone likes it!, Nurseries Design

    Connor's Nursery

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  • Peaceful Baby Boy Nursery!, Baby Boy Nursery for Nicholas!
After nearly 5 years of infertility, here's the nursery I've dreamed of that's come to life. Lots of time, patience, thought, and crazy amounts of love have gone into this! 
ENJOY! , Nurseries Design

    Peaceful Baby Boy Nur...

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  • Little Boy's "All-Star" Bedroom, I decorated this bedroom for my son, who is 2.5 years old.  Hopefully the theme will grow with him for years of enjoyment., Bedrooms Design

    Little Boy's "All-St...

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  • Kingston's bold and modern nursery, This small room's space was maximized by fun, creative storage and simple color scheme. We wanted a nursery that would grow with our son and not look too babyish. Three walls are painted gray (Behr Pewter Mug) and the wall by the crib and changing table/dresser is a bold blue (Behr Warm Spring). Red and grass green are accent colors. Storage is from IKEA, and crib and changing table/dresser were affordable finds from Target., Nurseries Design

    Kingston's bold and mo...

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  • Little Girl's Bedroom, We just finished a total revamp of our daughter's room.  All the pieces were there, we just had to plow through a pretty huge mound of toys, clothes and pink frills to get to the simplified, organized and whimsical room we have now!  We started with a quilt from Pottery Barn Kids ("Penelope") and took our cues for the rest of the room from the charming birds and soft color palette of pink, green, white and yellow.  A butterfly focal wall makes a big statement, accessories do double duty as pretty and functional (like a painted birdcage that corrals hair clips), and we got the best use out of each piece of furniture.  Our daughter now has a lovely space to rest, read, work and play!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Little Girl's Bedroo...

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  • Gray, pink and yellow nursery , My daughter's DIY nursery.  

The wall color is Stonington Gray from Benjamin Moore.  I made the bird artwork above the crib and my mother-in-law made the crib skirt and the window valance.  I decorated the letters spelling out Lena's name using plain white letters from Hobby Lobby and scrapbook paper, mod podge, ribbon and other embellishments.  

The dresser was an ugly green dresser that we found at a garage sale for $30.  I painted it and changed the knobs.  We made the bookshelves out of gutters.  The bird mobile was a gift from my mom and is from Etsy.
, Nurseries Design

    Gray, pink and yellow ...

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  • Alexa's Nursery, I wanted to create something pretty comfortable and classic.  My talented father-in-law built the round crib and changing table out of Maple.  My mother-in-law made the classic white and pink round crib bedding with sheer white ribbon ties.  I am still looking for something to put on the walls around the crib (or above it).  And I'm still looking for something on the wall above the changing table.  Any suggestions on those two things are welcome!  , Nurseries Design

    Alexa's Nursery

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