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Example of a classic kids' room design in New York

Royal Prince Nursery in Baby Blue and Silver

Traditional Kids, New York

This nursery was a Gender Surprise Nursery and was one of our most memorable designs to date. The client was having her second baby and didn't want to know the baby's gender, yet wanted to have an over-the-top, elegant royal nursery completed to her liking before she had the baby. So we designed two complete nurseries down to every detail...one for a boy and one for a girl. Then when the mom-to-be went for her ultrasound, the doctor sealed up a picture in an envelope and mailed it to our studio. I couldn't wait for the secret to be revealed and was so tickled to be the only person besides the doctor to know the gender of the baby! I opened the envelop and saw an obvious BOY in the image and got right to work ordering up all of the appropriate boy nursery furniture, bedding, wall art, lighting and decor. We had to stage most of the nursery's decor here in our studio and when the furniture was set to arrive, we drove to NJ, the family left the house, and we kicked into gear receiving the nursery furniture and installing the crib bedding, wall art, rug, and accessories down to the tiniest little detail. We completed the decorative mural around the room and when finished, locked the door behind us! We even taped paper over the windows and taped around the outside of the door so no "glow" might show through the door crack at night! The nursery would sit and wait for Mommy and baby to arrive home from the hospital. Such a fun project and so full of excitement and anticipation. When Mom and baby Luke arrived home from the hospital and she saw her nursery for the first time, she contacted me and said "the nursery is breath taking and made me cry!" I love a happy ending...don't you?
Example of a classic kids' room design in New York - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (2)

yelloweasterbunny wrote:September 8, 2012
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    Sherri Blum | Jack and Jill Interiors, Inc.
    8 years ago
    Your skirt should sit across the mattress support and drape over the edges from there. Then the crib mattress will sit on top of that. Best wishes with your project!
  • rickmoretti
    7 years ago
    This gal really shines in the nursery, and excellent anywhere in any space in the home.
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kamedina added this to NurseryMay 11, 2014

wrong paint colors but love the bedding and window treatments