Bella's Girly Animal Kingdom - Project Nursery
This is my baby girl Bella's nursery. I was inspired by hot rich colors and black and white. I wanted it to be girlie, hip, modern, warm but not baby baby. I created most of the art work including the animal paintings. The 3 round pink frames are the portraits of my dogs done with felt on embroidered hoops. The mobile also was done with felt. By the way, i had never ever painted, sewed or embroidered before! Amazing what being a mom does, huh? The bedding was custom done for me and some of…
Real Rooms: Little Crown, Big Design
When it comes to designer nurseries the ladies behind Little Crown Interiors have really got it down! Their custom designed nurseries and children’s rooms are some of the best in the industry. It is a treat for Project Nursery to get an inside look at this beautiful and inspiring creation they completed for one-year old Cruz from Orange County,
CupcakeMAG Small Space Revamp & Giveaway!
You may have seen this sweet girls’ room in our current Room of the Month Finalists group. Today we are chatting with Casi Densmore-Koon, editor and founder of CupcakeMAG, to get tips on how she mixed and matched patterns and built a big design in a small space. Don’t forget to the check out the giveaway at the end for
Ezra’s Orange Accents
Name: Ezra RaphaelLocation: Cranston, Rhode Island We started with gray walls as the base of the room because I didn’t want to use something that would make the already small room with slanted ceilings feel claustrophobic.After choosing the Land of Nod Full Circle crib bedding I decided to use blue tones in the room as well, and then my mom made a quilt for Ezra featuring Heather Ross’s goldfish fabric so I added lots of orange as an accent.
Name: Maya & Patrick LaurentLocation: Westfield, Indiana (just north of Indianapolis) Size: 1,200 square feetYears lived in: 7 — owned Maya and Patrick's home in suburban Indianapolis is a wonderful example of how an ordinary house can become extraordinary with the right furniture, paint, and accessories. As home based photographers and artists, Maya and Patrick strived to create a home that is both comfortable and presentable and I think they accomplish both beautifully.