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  • Baby Lola's Nursery, black and white with bright blue walls and baby pink accents, Nurseries Design

    Baby Lola's Nursery

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  • Christopher's Nursery, Our baby's nursery has come a long way from start to finish. Although it was a painstaking process, mostly for my Dad who was faced with the challenge of uneven, un-level, floors and windows while he was trying to do all of the woodwork and mouldings, the end result was worth it. We love the room, it's bright, warm and cozy and a space that the baby can enjoy now and can grow with him as he grows.

To see more of the baby's nursery, including before and after pics visit my blog, Nurseries Design

    Christopher's Nursery

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  • fun and fresh owl inspired nursery, I wanted a room that felt open and airy and fresh and colorful.  I love owls and used them sprinkled throughout to add character and color.  The room is for our baby girl due in June and I think it's perfect for a little girl, but not overly girly.  The crib and changing table is Amy Coe brand from Babies R Us.  The chair is from IKEA.  The bedding was fabric I had from a duvet cover and I hired someone on the site Etsy to make it.  I loved how it turned out.  My mom made the cute window valance and my husband made the little owl artwork.  Let me know what you think!, Nurseries Design

    fun and fresh owl insp...

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  • Pantry Pride , This is truly a working space!  The shelves create easy access. The cabinets hold lesser used serving dishes and table linens.  The computer is the heart of our kitchen.  Rope lighting above the cabinets creates a soft light. To see how this space relates to the rest of the kitchen, check out Cooking School READY!, Closets Design

    Pantry Pride

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  • Fireplace , Using salvaged materials from a demolished gentlemens cigar bar, we transformed our plain cookie cutter fireplace., Other Spaces Design


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  • A Room Fit For Princess Grace, We recently added this addition to our house to make room for Grace! My dad and husband did almost all of the construction. I wanted the decor to look light and airy. I've always wanted to create a shabby chic sort of room. The kind I would like to have if it weren't for sharing a bedroom with my husband! I think this will be a good fit for Grace for many years to come!, Nurseries Design

    A Room Fit For Princ...

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  • Black, white, green and some zebra, We wanted to be a little neutral with a splash of color.  So I used black and white with touches of different shades of green.  The zebra rug was from DirectBuy and the bumper and curtains were made by my grandmother.  Painting the stripes was actually easy we just used Frog Tape, a painters tape from your local hardware store.  My aunt painted the stripes and the argyle mural.  The words on the wall are from Vinyl Attraction.  The colors on the wall are from Lowe's...Taupe 4, Leaf Bud and Herb Cornucopia.  The green part of the curtains are actually curtains from Target...we added the black material and trim to the top.  The dresser and crib brand is Creations, the table came from Kirkland's and lamp from Hobby Lobby.
, Nurseries Design

    Black, white, green an...

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  • Sophie's Nest, We were on a tight budget, but I was able to reuse some items, find some great deals, get creative and put together a little nest for our Sophie., Nurseries Design

    Sophie's Nest

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  • Solarium Serenity, My favorite room in the house. Four walls of original beveled glass French doors let the sunlight stream right in and offer the sense of sitting in the garden. Other details: deep chocolate walls white trim and Moravian tile floor., Porches Design

    Solarium Serenity

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  • Pink & White Delight, Nurseries Design

    Pink & White Delight

    9 photos, 13,237 Views, Flag

  • Blue and White Dinner Party on the Porch, Come join us for dinner on the porch...I'm so glad you stopped by!  I "shopped" the house to find the things you see here. You don't have to spend a lot to do a pretty tablescape...the blue bottles are just left overs...they came from the grocery store with a coffee flavored drink in them.  Hope you have as much fun viewing this table as I did putting it together!  :-)  Come visit my blog to see lots more tablescapes::, Porches Design

    Blue and White Dinner...

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  • Custom Rug for a Baby Nursery, We are custom rug manufacturers and were hired to create a rug to match crib bedding that the client had made. She just sent me photos of the nursery with the rug so thought I would post it. I think the whole room came out adorable! Way to go Joanna!, Nurseries Design

    Custom Rug for a Baby...

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  • Shabby Chic Beach Boy!, Check out my blog, Nurseries Design

    Shabby Chic Beach Boy...

    14 photos, 4,818 Views, Flag

  • Vintage Nursery, Our first baby boy's nursery was inspired by the work of Rodney White. We loved the vintage and retro feel as well as the inspirational messages of Rodney's paintings. We found some great retro looking toys at a local home store to accessorize and also painted the mural in Rodney's style. The mural is all hand painted with the exception of the lettering which was a custom stencil we ordered. Also all of the bedding and window treatments were hand made by my wife's grandmother., Nurseries Design

    Vintage Nursery

    8 photos, 10,111 Views, Flag

  • Craft Room, I am not quite finished with  this room it's in the works. I am thinking of removing the carpet and putting black and white carpet tiles. Wanting to add crown moulding a chair rail and a padded vallance over the window using the same fabric that is in the chair seat. Any suggestions or Comments? :)

UPDATE 2/11/09: Thanks to everyone who left such SWEET and helpful comments. I haven't actually done anything else to this room besides add a few knick knacks as soon as I get a vallance up or anything else I will post some NEW pics :D Sorry if I haven't replied to those who have had questions I haven't been on here in a while. Keep the suggestions and comments coming! ;), Other Spaces Design

    Craft Room

    7 photos, 11,703 Views, Flag

  • Budget Dining Room UPDATE, Yay, my dining room was picked by HGTV for their "Dining Rooms on a Budget: Our 10 Favorites From Rate My 
Space if the link doesn't work, it should work if you copy and paste it into the browser.
But since my post I have been working on changing the room a little, off course still on a budget. The paint changed from beige to grey, a new indoor/outdoor rug from Home Decorators, spray painted the urn white and some new DIY curtains with hardware from West Elm. 

I have been seriously obsessed with horizontal striped curtains and after doing some research I decided to paint them.

I love them and might make some more for my living room. 

I bought the all-glass table at an estate auction for $25. The 1940s oil painting and the buffet mirror are also from different auctions each for $60. I would love to have button tufted chairs but I have 2 small children and 4 cats - so wicker it is for now, because it is super durable, I'm considering spray painting them one day. 
I put up the crown molding myself. 
I bought the light fixture in Germany. It is a replica of a designer chandelier which you can purchase at for about $2000 and zgallery is selling a replica for about $350. I purchased mine for about $80., Dining Rooms Design

    Budget Dining Room U...

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  • Front Porch Redo, We had to completely rebuild our front porch.  The floor is mahogany wood stained.  The ceiling and columns are original except for the bases of the columns which were rotted.  Notice the columns are a larger scale version of the columns in the foyer.  Thanks for looking!, Porches Design

    Front Porch Redo

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  • Yellow, Grey and Teal Gender Neutral Nursery, A gender neutral nursery that is calm and relaxing. , Nurseries Design

    Yellow, Grey and Teal...

    7 photos, 18,347 Views, Flag