Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Nursery Design

Grandparents are here to spoil their grand kids, so why not give them their own nursery for visits and sleep overs. I designed this nursery at my parent's home for "A" and now her new cousin that will arrive this summer gets to share the space. We knew it needed to be gender neutral, but we also added some feminine touches. 
















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29 comments:

  1. So pretty! Your parents must love feeling like their grandchildren always have a cozy place to be when they visit.

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  2. My parents have a nursery at their house too! Although I didn't get to design it, and at this point it has 2 twin beds and a crib:)

    I'm loving the chevron curtains and that teal elephant sculpture!

    Jessica
    stayathomeista.com

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  3. It looks great! Would you mind sharing where you purchased the drapery fabric from?

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  4. Love just about everything that you did! My favorites are the poufs shelves with the books, and the curtains:) Thanks for sharing!

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  5. A perfect "not to girly" neutral!

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  6. That nursery is adorable. Love the curtains and the bookshelves. Great job!

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  7. what a great nursery! you've definitely achieved cute and gender neutral.

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  8. Beautiful nursery. I love the curtains and the neutral design! I want that mirror as well....

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  9. What a beautiful space! I love the idea of a nursery in the grandparents house, so fun! I love all the little details you picked out too, you did a fabulous job :)

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  10. What a special place for both the grandparents and the grandchildren.

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  11. How pretty, Megan! Love those shelves! This must have been nursery makeover week because I linked up my granddaughter's that I just finished recently.

    visiting from Feathered Nest Friday : )

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  12. This is such a beautiful nursery! Your parents are so sweet to have a dedicated nursery in their home :)

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  13. This is such a pretty nursery. I love those blue curtains and that little elephant is adorable! Great job :) xx

    Anna (My Design Ethos)

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  14. What lucky grandchildren! Such a pretty nursery with perfect colors for both boys and girls. I would love it if you would consider linking to Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy, a Sunday through Thursday link party for ideas that make life easier, better and more fun!

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  15. Wonderful! I love this nursery... it looks great!!

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  16. Megan it is gorgeous! It is so relaxed and fun all at the same time. You are so lucky for your children to have a place to call home at your parent's home, too! Thanks for sharing!

    Take care,

    Trish

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  17. featured this today on our facebook page!! ;) happy easter!!

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  18. What an adorable nursery! Is that mirror the Casbah mirror from Lamps Plus repainted? I was looking at that for our living room, but the measurements on the website seemed to big for above our mantel. However in the nursery it looks like the perfect size.

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  19. Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up your project to Mauvin' Monday! When you get a chance, don't forget to stop by and share your Twitter account on the new Tweet Leap!

    http://www.vintagemauve.com/2012/05/01/its-a-tweet-leap-and-referral-love-too/

    Cheers,
    Jessica

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  20. What a sweet nursery, Megan! Your entire home is lovely. I love your talented, creative style.

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  21. Beautiful job, my parents have a nursery at their house for my niece and any future grandchildren to come - its such a good idea if there's a room available!

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  22. This nursery is precious! Love it! My mother-in-law has a nursery for my little one, and it really makes me feel better about her staying over, because I know she will be comfortable... Great job! Would love to have you share at my linky party {stringtownhome.blogspot.com}!

    Have a great week!
    -heather

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  23. I love the prints above the crib. Are they vintage or did you purchase recently at retail?

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  24. What a beautiful nursery! I love the colors. megan

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