Congratulations to all the winners! AT: The Nursery would like to thank all of the entrants for stepping up and sharing their children's rooms - it has been an inspiring contest. Thanks to the readers for choosing our six semi-finalists and to the judges for choosing our three winners. Argington has been a great partner in this contest - Thanks to Jenny and Andrew for everything!
Quotes from the Judges on June's Room:
Julia:"I want to live in this room! I love the fact that much of what's in it was handed down from grandparents, and parents.
I think what makes the room for me is the bold choice of color."
Janie:"This incredibly feminine and modern room has a decidedly European flair that I love. Using June's beautiful little dresses as décor is a great idea and the bright pink and orange paint and textiles against the old wood floors is charming."
The rest of the winning lineup is below the jump...
Quotes from the judges on Judy and John's entry:
Kristin:"The mural is what makes the room – it is both warm and modern, and a great use of color. Pink can be tough to pull off, but this room does it to great effect. Clearly this is a small room, but the French doors and light touch make this room seem twice as large."
Julia:"This room is both very small, and incredibly beautiful to the eyes. I love the shades of pink used, and the stencil art. I feel the whole room is tied together really well."
Quotes from the judges on Violet's room:
Janie : "The smartest and most thoughtful use of space I've seen. Lauren and Davison forced light into this walled-off room and addressed Baby Violet's view (or lack thereof) with a transom, a glass French door, an interior window and a well-placed mirror. I also love all of the elements that contribute to the rich color palette - the brick wall, dresser, changing pad fabric and artwork."
Kristin: "The use of mirrors is clever, and makes this feel like a much larger space. The exposed brick is a big plus for me, but I also like the use of art on the walls, and the efficient use of storage."