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Results found for "puff art nursery"

  • Animal Themed Nusery, Gender neutral animal theme nursery featuring 3D sculptural giraffe and hand-painted tree of life., Nurseries Design

    Animal Themed Nusery

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  • Baby Victor's Modern Nursery, Oh what fun! I am so glad to be here today sharing photos from my latest project, baby Victor’s nursery. The space feels so airy, but cozy. There is a beautiful texture wall made from wood and white 3D wall tiles. A little bit of green, some gray and a touch of red brings life to the space. The room is a continuation of the design style of my home. But here it has a whimsical feel. With lion and horse figures, animal art prints, and a fox decal, this nursery is a woodland heaven.

Here is a list of where you can find all the lovely items in this nursery: 
- Crib: IKEA 
- Curtains: Pottery Barn 
- Red V Metal Letter: Pottery Barn Teen 
- Animal Art Prints: Sharon Montrose 
- Print Frames: Target 
- Crib Bumper: Dwell Studio 
- Elephant Photo Frame: Dwell Studio 
- 3D Wall Tiles: 2Modern.com 
- ABC and Number Canvasses: TrendyPeas.com 
- Cloud Mobile: TrendyPeas.com 
- Fox Decal: TrendyPeas.com, Nurseries Design

    Baby Victor's Modern ...

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  • Sweet, Serene Yellow Nursery for a Baby Boy, This mom wanted a sweet and serene gender neutral nursery for her first born. So, she painted the baby's room yellow - Behr Ultra in Moon Dance. The pine furniture was from Westwood Design, Cypress Point line in Honey Pine. The wall decals, from weeDECOR, are the whimsical tree with birds which were placed next to the crib and owls on a branch which sit over the changing table. She tells us her son loves looking at the decals when they are changing him and they love that the wall decals are made of eco-friendly fabric! The rug is the double border rectangular rug in Antique Linen from JC Penney's. The frog wall art and owl statue are from 2 separate art galleries in Santa Fe, NM where mom and dad vacationed before the little one was born., Nurseries Design

    Sweet, Serene Yellow...

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  • Practical Nursery, Neutral nursery with minimal but practical items including handmade 42" round crib and a low back rocking chair for those of us who are shorter. Closets are customized to reduce the need for extra furniture in the limited space. , Nurseries Design

    Practical Nursery

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  • Tessa Jean's Room, Tessa Jean's room is a collection of vintage treasures picked up in thrift stores, beloved items from my own childhood, generous hand-me-downs, and even a couple of new things.

Tessa Jean is 10 months old now, but a year ago we had so much fun turning this tiny, oddly shaped room from our office into her nursery. 

The iron bed in her room was mine when I was  child and it was intended to be a place where I would nap while she naps. I don't think that's happened once. Instead, it's the place where we read bedtime stories and fold laundry.  

On her chandelier, I've strung up more than a dozen of her rejected pacifiers. She was very particular about the ones she'd accept but the candy-colored binkies were too cute to toss out. 

The swivel chair next to her crib is a thrift store find and the felt map of the United States was picked up at a yard sale before I was even pregnant. It's my favorite thing in her room. 

Almost all of the books on her shelves were mine as a child. 

The changing table was on sale at Pottery Barn Kids as a floor model. Score!  

Her crib bedding, from DwellStudio, was probably my biggest splurge. I am obsessed with it. 

Hope you guys enjoy the nursery! 

Please visit my crafting-parenthood-fashion blog here:


http://www.blackandwhiteandlovedallover.com/, Nurseries Design

    Tessa Jean's Room

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  • Renaissance Revisited , Nurseries Design

    Renaissance Revisited...

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  • A cute brown and pink little girl's nursery, I chose browns and pinks for the color scheme.  I am a firm believer of finding one thing you really like and planning everything else around it.  In this case, I loved the polka dot fabric I found at Joann's that I used for the bed skirt and the outside of the bumper pads.  It's funny to me now because I don't love it...and may be ready for a change almost 2 years after I picked it out...but at the time, I was smitten.


I bought this crib, but made the crib skirt, quilt, bumper pads, and nursery art.  I found a mobile that matched perfectly at Target.com. 
I pieced the front of her quilt together using all of the fabrics and colors I was using in the room.  It tied it all together.  I chose a soft minky swirled fabric for the back of the quilt.  This is the PERFECT fabric for a baby quilt!  It's super soft, and I get compliments all of the time about how pretty it is.  The downside: It's kind of expensive...like $15 a yard expensive.  BUT if you wait until you can grab a 40% or 50% off coupon it's much more doable...and totally worth it.
Like the Nursery Art I used for Lily's room?  You can buy your own customized nursery art in any color at the etsy shop for Utah County Mom.  
I made the changing table pad to match the bedding.  We looked at getting the changing table that matched the crib but eventually decided to get an unfinished piece at D&B woods on Center Street in Provo.  I am SO GLAD we did!  I love it!  We paid them to stain it the same color as the crib, and it was perfect.
I filled the basket with baby essentials, the top right drawer with tiny diapers, and the top left drawer with all of her accessories!  I bought plastic drawer organizers at Target and organized her socks, tights, diaper covers, pacifiers, pacifier clips, headbands, hair clips, and hats.
Above the changing table, I hung her flower clip holder.
In her closet I stacked her burp cloths for easy access, filled the drawer with blankets and other things, and hung her tiny dresses.  I put a lined basket in the left corner for dirty clothes.
On her bookshelf (from Target) I put her name in wooden letters, a few pictures of my husband and I as babies, some books and toys, the best baby monitor EVER and a basket of quilts
I purchased this toy chest in espresso, which I love.  It's hinge doesn't slam shut, so there have been no pinched fingers yet.  I love being able to clean up and put everything in the toy box, because Lily can help and it's easy.
Finally, we got the glider and ottoman at Target as one of their online daily deals.
I love Lily's nursery!  There is room to play, it's somewhere soothing we can relax, and I had a lot of fun putting it together.
Most of the tutorials on how to make these things can be found at www.utahcountymom.com, Nurseries Design

    A cute brown and pink ...

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  • Bright Green Twin Boys Nursery, Bright, fun, "not your typical" nursery for twin boys with adjacent walk-in closet, Nurseries Design

    Bright Green Twin Bo...

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  • Our Nursery, When designing our daughter's nursery, I did not want anything theme-ish...nothing at the baby stores really appealed to me, so I decided to focus on color instead.  I fell in love with Benjamin Moore's Palladian Blue wall color and then handmade three white-framed nursery prints for fun.  With that, the color palette was decided-blue walls, white furniture with pink accents and a splash of yellow throughout.  The crib is the Essentials Flat by Baby Cache.  Crib bedding is from Pottery Barn.  The changing table was a great find on craigslist.  My husband made the headboard and bookshelf from plans from Ana White's website.  The rocking chair was mine when I was little and I love being able to hand it down to my own daughter now.  We love the cheerful colors of this room!, Nurseries Design

    Our Nursery

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  • Nautical Nursery for Boy/Girl Twins, We knew that we wanted to have a classic, nautical nursery with whimsical touches that would fit for a boy and a girl. We started with our budget and worked to find or make each item so that it would fit within our budget. We love this room because it has the perfect combination of DIY touches and other classic accessories. More pictures and a complete source and DIY tutorial list can be found here: http://doyledispatch.com/house-tour/nursery/, Nurseries Design

    Nautical Nursery for ...

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  • Halston's Room, This is the last available room in my house but needs to double as a guest room when someone visits so I wanted to room to be more mature in decor. I went against my mother's recommendation and I chose dark charcoal on top and super light gray on the bottom on the walls, glad I did! It is Aura paint from BM, by far my fav to paint with though it is a pretty penny.

Mint/aqua, yellow and white compliment the navy. Most of the items here I got from Home Goods including the Safavieh rug. Changing table and crib were from my daughter's room. Drapes from World Market. Glider (my daughter's as well) from Walmart. I hope you like it!, Nurseries Design

    Halston's Room

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  • Boy Nursery: Take 2, So doing my son's nursery. He's my 2nd, so I avoided the traditional blue/white stuff and went with an artsy forest theme. Thoughts?, Nurseries Design

    Boy Nursery: Take 2

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  • Madisyn Grace's Shabby Chic Vintage Nursery, Once finding out that we were expecting a Baby Girl, I knew immidately which style I wanted for her Nursery. By using new, vintage & used furniture we were able to create a shabby chic nursery that would grow with out little girl! Our biggest obstical was bringing in color to the room without painting the walls due to that we live in Military housing on Camp Pendleton & doing it all on a budget!, Nurseries Design

    Madisyn Grace's Shab...

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  • Nursery Wall Art Inspirations, Unique wall art that you can craft for your child's nursery., Nurseries Design

    Nursery Wall Art Ins...

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  • Gender Neutral Nursery , I love modern designs, but I am a traditionalist at heart, so I wanted to find a way to blend the two. I hope you like this red, white, and blue nursery :) , Nurseries Design

    Gender Neutral Nurser...

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  • Baby Boy's Jungle Room, This boy's nursery was also done on a budget. I chose my fabrics first and decided to go with chocolate brown and a robin's egg blue (which morphed into more of an aqua). Initially I wasn't sure of a "theme" but knew that I wanted a rustic feel. The zebra rug, sock monkey, and giraffe display made it obvious that subconciously I had chosen a jungle theme =)

Here is the furniture cost breakdown:
Convertible Dropside Crib @ Target.com.....$125
Changing Dresser @ JC Penney.....$170
Bookshelves @ JC Penney.....$100
Dutailier Glider & Ottoman (a splurge!) @ Albee Baby.....$570
Rug @ Target.com.....$53

With much planning and a tremendous amount of help from Gigi (my mom), this room has come to be one of my favorites. Hope you enjoy!, Nurseries Design

    Baby Boy's Jungle Roo...

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  • Bunny Meadow, Bunny themed space with browns, greens, whites and creams. Features handmade bunny artwork. Simple design for a small space. Very soothing and relaxing colors for baby., Nurseries Design

    Bunny Meadow

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  • Vibrant Orange, White and Gray Baby Room, I was looking for a vibrant gender neutral color scheme to decorate my baby boy's room. I also wanted a room that could grow with him without loosing its playfulness. And I wanted to use a vibrant color like orange. The alphanumeric wallpaper is the focal point of the nursery. Its black and gray pattern gives a special touch to the space. It just catches your eyes when you enter there room, and I think it makes a beautiful contrast against the bright orange bedding set and hot air balloon mobile that hangs from the ceiling. The result is a gender neutral, vibrant and colorful baby room., Nurseries Design

    Vibrant Orange, Whit...

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