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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: owl_at_home
Created: Oct 11, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 40
This is the nursery we recently finished for our baby James who is due in a few days. It is pretty gender neutral and has a mix of new and old furniture and accessories. I still have a few things to do including adding some curtain holdbacks and hanging the mobile which right now you can barely see hanging in front of the window.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: weeDECOR
Created: Jul 21, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 26
Wow! An eye-catching modern aqua and orange nursery with a delightfully reasonable price tag. A Nurseryworks crib serves as the focal point of the room. Colorful accents such as a rug, orange lamp, and baby bedding brighten the space. Paper lanterns hang delicately from the ceiling for a pop of color
A tree wall decal with friendly blue and orange birds and owls from weedecor.com bring softness.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: weeDECOR
Created: Jul 19, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
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.
The inspiration for this room came from a Target shower curtain. I liked the curtain so much I bought 2 to hang in the guest room as curtains. When we found out we were pregnant I thought it would be a perfect theme for the room. It has whimsical trees and owls on it. It could be gender neutral, but turned out to be a great boys room. I pulled all the colors from the curtains. Grandma also added a border to make them longer and wider for the giant window. We used 3 curtains for the window and then 2 more for the closet. We took the doors off to put a dresser and changing pad in the closet. The room also has to serve as a guest room, so we needed to save space. We have a daybed in the room for guests and plenty of room in the closet and dresser for storage. Grandma also recovered the glider in a wonderful green color to match. Everything came together wonderfully.