321 Billeder af babyværelse med grønne vægge
This space was converted into a nursery for a cool wee dude. The clients wanted a room soft enough for an infant but edgy enough to grow with him as he ages through toddler into the tween years. We used a contrasting color scheme by pairing a pale blue/green with charcoal grey to get the urban feel, Mom and Dad were looking for.
Photography: Red Acorn Photography
SF SHOWCASE 2018 | "LEMONDROP LULLABY"
ON VIEW AT 465 MARINA BLVD CURRENTLY
Photos by Christopher Stark
Au vert d'eau s'associe un gris souris qui apporte lui aussi de la douceur dans la pièce. Le mobilier et la décoration sont harmonieux et pourront être utilisé pendant longtemps pour le petit bout à venir.
Our clients were looking for a bright color palette for their daughters nursery. A bright floral-print fabric in fuchsia and green became the starting point for the design, and was used to cover a cornice board above the window. Che Bella Interiors also had an artist paint a whimsical tree design on the wall behind the crib. The couple was able to purchase their fuchsia chair secondhand - a great find! The clients grandmother got wind of the project and created a quilt to match the room as a surprise for the parents to be.
While our clients were on a budget, they were able to use resources from family members to pull the room together - which is a great way for the family to be involved with their first grand daughters room!
We were published! Please view more project details at: http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/homegarden/106731148.html
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".