August is full of summer fun and memories being made. The nurseries and children's rooms we featured during this time felt like exactly that. Some felt like the bright sun and your favorite popsicle while others felt like vintage photographs you'll cherish forever. Check out what you might have missed, right this way...
Penelope's Pearl of a Room: "Adding a vivid orange area rug over neutral carpeting brings this room awake and alive. And, hello!, the contact paper ceiling border makes this wholly delightful room even more memorable."
Nadia's Tropical Paradise: #2: "Clara had more time than money on her hands so her allies were lots of paint, elbow grease and her own crafty ingenuity."
Taryn's Nursery, All Wrapped Up: #3: "We were particularly inspired by Katie's use of ribbon to customize the lamp and wrapping paper on the stars and canvases. [Insert bad pun about having a "gift" for design.]"
Elijah & Tuli's Second And Third Story: #4: "Our favorite thing about the Dastrup's home is the fact that it doesn't feel over run by children. It has a lack of typical children related items within the main areas of their space, though they've made sure that the kids have plenty of room to run, play and grow."
A Vintage Cozy Room for The Peach: #5: ""The Peach's" room is like stepping back in time and also honors older family members by including items that belonged to them as well as things from Leslie's own childhood."
(Images: See linked posts for full image credits.)