Jennifer Bishop Design
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Modern Forest modern kids
 

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Shawn Gauthier added this to Room Tour: Nursery Becomes 'Modern Forest'
It’s hard to believe, but the nursery’s bulletin board was originally a gold and brown mirror found at HomeGoods. Bishop knew it had potential, so she began by painting the entire thing white, then painted each inset with colors she pulled from the aforementioned inspirational piece of artwork. Believing a bulletin board would be more useful than a mirror, she topped the mirror with stiff cardboard cut to size. She then cut cork tiles to the shape and spray-glued the pieces to the cardboard. Bishop removed the need for tiny, potentially dangerous pushpins by adding criss-crossed ribbon to the cork for tucking in photos and mementos. “Kids are always collecting things or are fascinated by certain interests,” says Bishop. “Bulletin boards give them a place to be creative and corral their inspirations in one place.”
Interior Designer Jennifer Bishop chose this vibrant blue, green and brown color palette and a woodland theme for her clients' gender-neutral nursery. One great design element is this knot-framed bulletin board. It was originally a metallic mirror the designer scored at HomeGoods. She painted the frame and filled in the center with cork.

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rml81712 added this to rml81712's Ideas
November 17, 2013
Baby room
conkli12 added this to nursery
November 16, 2013
colors
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October 20, 2013
Colors
stacypaulk added this to Baby Paulk
September 12, 2013
Color combo
egiami added this to Paiting /Art
June 20, 2013
Cork
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May 7, 2013
love the colors
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April 13, 2013
Colors
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January 5, 2013
The colors together
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October 31, 2012
Color patterns
kileigh added this to nursery
October 28, 2012
Colors
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September 26, 2012
loooove these colors!!
blerdh added this to blerdh's ideas for Keegan's Bedroom
July 30, 2012
colors, NOT wall
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July 28, 2012
Texture
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June 26, 2012
color palette for nursery
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April 10, 2012
Couleur
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April 2, 2012
color para cuarto de baby biy
halosparkle added this to Porter Lane Renovation Ideas
March 29, 2012
Cork board on a mirror.
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March 14, 2012
Sarah put this here
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February 20, 2012
Color nursery
kppmodern added this to kppmodern's ideas
February 16, 2012
great colors for gender-neutral nursery
laurnie24 added this to Kiddy Rooms
February 13, 2012
Love this color palette!
missee added this to redo
February 13, 2012
great idea!
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February 13, 2012
Colour palette
aweisbuch added this to aweisbuch's ideas
February 12, 2012
creative! turned mirror into bulletin board; love the colors
kimsold added this to Zoe's bedroom ideas
February 8, 2012
if it were art work and pictures
jcesdis2010 added this to KIds Rooms 2010
February 2, 2012
Great cork board
dowdesign added this to Kids
December 22, 2011
Bulletin board. DIY hit
rachaelandsteve added this to Kids' Rooms
November 5, 2011
Colors!
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November 3, 2011
kids b/r
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November 3, 2011
It’s hard to believe, but the nursery’s bulletin board was originally a gold and brown mirror found at HomeGoods. Bishop knew it had potential, so she began by painting the entire thing white, then painted each inset with colors she pulled from the aforementioned inspirational piece of artwork. Believing a bulletin board would be more useful than a mirror, she topped the mirror with stiff cardboard cut to size. She then cut cork tiles to the shape and spray-glued the pieces to the cardboard. Bishop removed the need for tiny, potentially dangerous pushpins by adding criss-crossed ribbon to the cork for tucking in photos and mementos. “Kids are always collecting things or are fascinated by certain interests,” says Bishop. “Bulletin boards give them a place to be creative and corral their inspirations in one place.”
Stacey Davis added this to sdavis7's ideas
November 2, 2011
painted mirror turned corkboard
carly attignol added this to sewingwildoats's ideas
November 2, 2011
there's the answer to my question wow! how ingenious!
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