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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: sehardesty
Created: Feb 4, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
My husband and I designed Hudson's nursery on a pretty tight budget- he's our second child. We re-purposed furniture and shopped Ikea, HomeGoods, Costco, Ross and other budget friendly stores for decorations, furniture and a rug. The curtains, crib skirt, boppy cover and recovered lamp shade were all diy. My husband, being the designer in the family, was the one who came up with the design board for Hudson's room and found awesome prints and the wall decals for the room. This is our favorite room in the house!
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: nelsont76
Created: Feb 2, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
Before our first child was born, we struggled with choosing a theme for the nursery. We went with the gender neutral color, pale sage green. The nursery's best feature is the wall design that was created with letter stencils. The design is comprised of the letters of mine and my husband's name, along the year our first child was to be born. We arranged the huge letter stencils on the wall and painted them different shades of green. It came out awesome! We chose chocolate brown furniture for the rocking chair and the cutest convertible crib we could find.
I wanted to do a safari themed room for my baby boy, but I didn't want to go the typical safari route that you always see. I love his room and I hope he loves it as much as I do.
17 file(s) - Uploaded by: prts1006
Created: Jan 19, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 16
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.
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!