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We decided to do our newest little girls nursery in ladybugs! We designed the room around the bedding from walmart, L is for Ladybug
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: chrissyjones
Created: Aug 24, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
We wanted to create a very girly space with touches of sophistication. We accomplished this with our color palate and simple decor. We used soft, subdued shades of pink and white juxtaposed with pops of bright lime green. We are very happy with the end result, creating a space our baby girl can enjoy for many years to come.
19 file(s) - Uploaded by: MaureenGeorgia
Created: Dec 26, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 214
Brown and Green Christmas decor with lots of sparkle. I've picked up the lime green tones we have throughout our home in our Christmas decor. Since our Great Room has a lot of neutrals and browns, it's a perfect foil. This year we were remodeling our Master Bath, so I was without a specific for my holiday decor. I decided to just throw it all at the mantel- brown ,silver, gold and white and it worked! I always look for inspiration from new items I tuck away from the after holiday sales! I hate paying full price for anything!
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: MichelleRenae
Created: Jan 5, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 36
Baby girl nursery with bright pink, lime, and turquoise in happy floral theme with little garden bug accents. Also incorporates Fisher Price Rainforest accessories.
From early on, I knew I didn't want a traditional pale pink girl nursery. I wanted something happy and bright.
I really wanted to do lime and turquoise and ideally I was hoping to do it in florals, but most of the sets I found were very boyish. I actually ordered 3 crib sets and sent them back before I found one that had the right shades and colors that I was looking for. From there, I searched for coordinating fabrics and accessories to personalize the space and really tie my colors together. It ended up including pink after all, but a very bright happy pink which fit nicely with what I had in mind.
I spent $1,000 on the furniture and about another $500 in paint and decor. But my parents bought a few things for the room and my best friend paid for the custom made window treatments and a few other things. So in total, we probably have about $2,000-$2,200 in the room.
She's 7 months old now and LOVES her room! She's loves looking around at all the bright colors and accessories.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: ClearanceClara
Created: Sep 13, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 15
Two little princesses started with a plain light gray room. With the purchase of new bunk beds & new polka dot bedding, we needed something girly to jazz up the new space. We taped off horizontal stripes to coordinate, and the attached bath uses polka dots in the coordinating colors and the same princess theme. It uses bubble gum pink, lime green, light teal/turquoise, and tan/khaki. The wall of baskets was pricey but is invaluable storage for toys and such. The whole project was kid-friendly and fun and on a budget.