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7 file(s) - Uploaded by: bluezone34
Created: Jun 23, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 70
A baby boy nursery I designed and painted for one of my clients. I painted random circle groupings and hand painted the striped wainscot to match the bedding. I also designed and sewed the valance and chair pillow to go with the theme. I added colored circles to the otherwise white changing table and added fun chinese laterns in coordinating colors. This room was fun to do and the homeowner loved it! One of my proudest moments :-
13 file(s) - Uploaded by: ninalisedesigns
Created: Nov 22, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 75
We calmed down a 1960s intense yellow to a soothing palette of Sherwin-Williams Saffron Thread Cay Frolic Hep Green and Ancestral Gold. Ancestral Gold was our base and neutral color. The greens were used to make the stripes on two of the walls. Cay was used to create the plaid walls using glaze. The long floor-to-ceiling curtains are for the privacy of the mothers and sleeping babies.
41 file(s) - Uploaded by: sammygal
Created: Mar 16, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 100
NEW PICTURES!! she is now almost 2!!
This is the room we created for our baby girl coming in one week! She is the first girl after three boys, so needless to say I had a blast doing her room!
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: nicobus
Created: Jul 16, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 1,736
We wanted to create a boy's nursery that had a modern touch and could provide some visual stimulus. The mural on the wall mimic's the bedding that showcases letters and numbers.
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: kristimommy2b
Created: Feb 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 220
My twin sister and I (yes, I'm a twin, too created the perfect space for my twin girls, Alex Christine & Avery Celeste, scheduled to arrive March 16! Hope you Enjoy!
I'll answer your questions here... hope you don't mind! The cribs, changer, and toybox are by Rockland in the coffee finish (similar to espresso from JCPenney (very inexpensive and the bedding is by My Baby Sam from JCPenney as well. The glider/ottoman is from BabiesRUs. The frames were purchased at Hobby Lobby ($17 and their initials were printed on scrapbook paper and placed in the frames until we have some baby pictures! The vinyl lettering was a custom order from www.vinylattraction.com (much easier than stenciling! The bulletin board (behind the door was $9 and the frame was spray painted and the cork covered in fabric using spray adhesive. Most of the decorations were purchased at discount stores: Home Goods, TJMaxx, Marshalls, etc. **Thanks to my dear husband for creating/constructing the perfect closet, painting the room, and assembling the furniture... and for all those diapers he will be changing soon (wink-wink!
As far as the wall color... I ended up buying 6 sample quarts from Sherwin Williams and had to mix two half-in-half to get the right color. I know I have the formula on the can if anyone wants it, but I'll have to send my hubby out in the garage to figure out which two colors we mixed.
My husband picked out the name Alex and I picked Avery and Christine is my mother-in-law's middle name and Celeste is my grandmother's name and my middle name.
Thanks for all of the wonderful comments! We are ready for our little girls to get here and put their room to use!
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: gkmdc
Created: Jun 30, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 233
We adopted our daughter so while we were waiting we had fun putting together her nursery! The wall paint is Valspar's Pianissimo from Lowe's. The fabrics came from Cutting Corners (www.fabricresource.com. Paisley fabric is called Desmond Dusk. My sweet mom made all the bedding. The "puff" flowers are from a Martha Stewart kit purchased at Michael's. I did end up making the pale pink ones on my own since the flower kit didn't have the exact shade I was looking for. Crib was a hand-me-down from my aunt. Rocker is a Pier 1 "sample" that was never reproduced (got it for a steal at a Pier 1 outlet. Bins were purchased at Lowe's. Rug is two small rugs duck-taped together purchased at Garden Ridge. Dresser and changing table are second-hand. Many blessings!