Hi guys! Thanks for all your comments on the boys first day of school! They love it and I must say that I've been handling the seperation quite well myself!
I'm currently in the midst of doing my next project which happens to be a nursery. Um, no, its not what you think! It's for my sister inlaw who will soon welcome her second baby! I have about 5 weeks to put the room together. Less than that if I want to finish before the due date! I've compiled some of my favorite nurseries from Houzz to share with you:
design by Sarah Richardson

Coddington Design traditional kids

Green Nursery with non-VOC YOLO paint, Mural, traditional trim traditional kids

Sarah Richardson contemporary kids

design by Sarah Richardson

Love these nurseries! My sister inlaw decided not to find out the sex of the baby so it will be a unisex "themed" room. I can't wait to share with you the plan for the space. Look for it tomorrow!
What do you like in a nursery? Do you like bright colors? Or are you more of the clean/classic type of person?!



Tonia @Chic Modern Vintage said...

I must say, I love all of these. I can't wait to see what you have planned.

Creategirl said...

Oh what an exciting project! I have recently finished 2 nursery projects and had so much fun.

Every one is so different some are bright, some are playful some are more on the grown up side. I tend to look at the parents personalities and likes than work from there!
That 3rd room is one of my fav a great mix of play with the tree and warmth with the fabric!!
Good luck, have fun!

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

The look of nurseries have recently changed, very updated and less predicable. I like the modern twist and Sarah Richardson certainly knows how to do a nursery! What a fun project! Janell

Stacy of KSW said...

Oh these are all so lovely! I'm so excited to watch you design another space :)

I love the look of the Sarah Richardson rooms and the Bill Fry.

I like soothing overall colors with pops of colors thrown in here & there. Like the designs you chose.

When my kids were in daycare they switched all the baby decor from bright colors to soft colors and said they found new research that suggests bright colors aren't exactly best for baby and could be too overpowering.

niki.mac said...

Sarah Richardson is amazing - the way she mixes fabrics is so perfect!

If you're taking cues from her I know your design will be great!!


Rene said...

You get to have fun planning a nursery without going through another pregnancy. Sounds like a good deal to me. All of the images would work as a unisex room. This will be fun and I can't wait to see what you come up with.


Dayka (Life +Style) said...

i almost thought you were "with cild" for a moment, lol. congrats on the gig--sounds like fun, and sarah richardson is a true goddess, so i know you'll come up with something amazing!

Jade @ Flip Flops + Pearls Design said...

I love all the inspiration photos! What a fun project!!

Mrs. Chic said...

This is going to be such a special project for your doing niece or nephew! :)

I love the nursery inspiration you've collected! Anything by Sarah Richardson is perfection :)

And I'm drolling over the yellow roman shades! WOW - Next yr were putting in French doors in our third bedroom and I would love create a look like that!

Can't wait to see more of this project!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

I don't discriminate - I love all great design but I am most drawn to vibrant, happy spaces. Sis-in-law is lucky to have you designing her new baby's space. Can't wait to see more!

Carly @ Honey and the Moon said...

I love all of the rooms! Especially the sky blue one with the tree coming from behind the crib. I think I'm definitely more of a fan of bright, fun colors.

Can't wait to see all of your plans! xo

Erika at BluLabel Bungalow said...

I'm so excited about your special project. I love the Sarah Richardson design with the red floral chair. Something clean, classic, and unpredictable is always a winner to me!

Wendy @ The Shabby Nest said...

I just love designing nurseries! They are so much fun because they can be just about anything you want them to be. I love your inspiration images, can't wait to see what you do!

Tara said...

Phew, I have so much to read to get caught up!! Loving all the design ideas for your sister in law. We are starting on the nursery this weekend too. The chair came in and we are painting. That san fran design job with the tree and the aqua blue walls reminds me of the color we are doing in the nursery.

Megan {Honey We're Home} said...

I love the "new" look of nurseries these days. Need to find some cool fabric for drapes in my son's nursery.