Nurseries We Love!

Joanna Venditti March 3, 2013 Home, Decor

One of the best sources for nursery design inspiration is Project Nursery.  I am constantly pinning nurseries from this website’s projects and thought I would share some of my favorites!

Jude’s Vintage Nursery

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I am obsessing about this nursery because of the retro and eclectic vibe it has going on. There is such a warmth to it and it could truly work for a boy or girl.  The fact that there are re-purposed pieces in this nursery inspires me to start checking out my local thrift shops.  Plus, I am loving the unexpected colours in this mural.  This nursery is by Ginny Phillips who is a very talented photographer and Etsy shop owner.  Check out Ginny’s work: www.ginnyphillipsphotography.com            http://www.etsy.com/shop/westeightythird

 

 

Ava’s Sweet Gray and Pink Nursery

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This nursery really works for me because it is girly and formal, yet clean and sophisticated.  I always appreciate it when I see a nursery design that isn’t themed and can grow up with a child without having to do much to the room.  The white paneling on the walls give a great relief to the grey and there is just the right amount of pink to soften the room and make it fit for a princess!  This nursery is by megandwade.  Check out their blog http://wadeupdate.blogspot.ca/

 

Eclectic Wood-Paneled Nursery

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I think this is such a fun nursery (despite my phobia of garden gnomes).  Anytime I see reclaimed wood used in design I gravitate to it!  I LOVE the wood-paneled wall.  It adds texture and a natural element to the room that balances out all of the bold colours and large graphic prints.  This room also has a fantastic sense of humor with it’s touches of whimsy including the mustache hardware on the dresser and the… eeek… orange garden gnome.  This nursery is by and J Design Group.  Check out more of their stunning projects on their website: http://www.jandjdesigngroup.com/index.html

 

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