My painted tree in this photograph is available as a decal in 36 different colors at my website www.anitaroll.com and at www.etsy.com/shop/AnitaRoll. Prints and decals of the initials are available as well. Ships worldwide.
I designed and painted the silhouettes in this soft yet bold nursery for Atlanta designer Dawn Kines in Nashville. We really loved the way the whole room turned out. It has such a wow factor when you walk into the room and yet it has a very soothing vibe as well. Visually arresting without being too overpowering. The sunlight streaming in through the white shears is lovely. This room will stay relevant for many years. The color palette is unusual for a nursery and combined with the stripes and silhouettes looks amazing. A design like this would also make a great family tree in a den, bedroom, stairwell or home office as well. A tree of your life concept. Paint colors are Sweetbriar and Green Crystal by Porter Paints. Go to ppgporterpaints.com to find a local retailer and to see samples of the colors. Hi-Hide interior flat. The stripes are 18" and 9". Would also work at 16" and 8". Nursery - shaikmohammad_shoaib
Nursery Design, Child's room, contemporary, Scandi, Landscape prints, Letter board, Fabric sheep mobile, long curtains with pom pom detail, minimal white horse, little person wardrobe.
Design: Studio Fortnum
Photo: Anna Stathaki
There is no room quite like the nursery. Planning and designing a baby room can be exciting, yet also very overwhelming without the right guidance. Baby nurseries are warm and cosy, built by the amazing moments parents experience in this room. If you are stepping into parenthood, browse through many baby bedroom designs to explore and learn more about nursery guidelines.
How do I pick a baby nursery design?
Unlike a kid’s bedroom, the parents spend a lot of time in the nursery, so nurseries must be designed to please the adults as well. Don’t stress about the overall look of the nursery, since your baby might not remember the stylish room as much as the feeling of love and security. Start by adding essential baby nursery furniture sets that typically comprise of a crib or cot with nursery storage, such as a dresser and nursery wardrobe. Another popular piece to add is the rocking chair. Also, think carefully about how you design the room if you want to use it later as a toddler bedroom. Consider nursery ideas such as a cot bed which can transition to a toddler bed as your baby grows. Don’t forget to pay attention to the smaller details like blackout curtains to ensure your baby is able to sleep well.
How do I decorate a baby nursery?
When exploring baby room ideas, pick a theme that will endure your baby’s toddler years too. Nursery designs and decor for girls include florals, prints in bright and bold colours, and the themes for baby boys can range from sports to outdoors. If you prefer to go with neutral gender nursery designs, play with mixing shades of blues, greens, yellows and oranges, and bring in some metallic or wood accents to tie things together. Animals and outdoor motifs, such as nautical or beach themes, are great neutral baby nursery ideas. You can incorporate the colours through wall decals, patterned curtains, bedding and soft furnishing. Also, don’t forget to include soft lighting for when you’re changing nappies or feeding in the middle of the night. Lastly, throw down a soft floor rug for when the baby starts crawling and playing.
Whether you want inspiration for planning a nursery renovation or are building a designer nursery from scratch, Houzz has 21,367 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Amy Lambert Lee and Chango & Co.. Look through nursery photos in different colours and styles and when you find a nursery design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful nursery ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.