final before and after shots: e-design nursery

Sunday, May 15

Woo Hoo!  
Miraculously, my friend and e-design client, was able to steal a moment away from 
her newborn baby girl to take the official "after" shots of their nursery.
I promise--these photos were worth the wait.

I know, you've seen this design board a million times, but just in case you missed it before, 
this is what they were working from.  
I did give them another, less expensive but just as fabulous lighting option, and they smartly chose that.  What I love about e-design (clients that I help virtually/they are not local) is that I get to see their interpretation of my ideas.  Tom and Kara were a breeze to work with and they totally trusted me, which is such a treat.  
They wanted a cheerful nursery full of color and pattern with a little glam mixed in.  I think they got just that!

Here are the pictures!  Feel free to email me or leave a comment with any questions.  Just check back to the comments for my answers.

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The best after shot of all:

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I'm linking up to:
Brooklyn Limestone
between naps on the porch

37 comments:

modern jane said...

What a sweetie! My favorite parts are the curtains and the green rug:) Well done!

Jenni said...

So gorgeous!!! I love your eye for every single little detail, Abby! I can not wait to hire you for my house in the fall!!

Kara said...

We all love it :) Hadley is already loving Tom's handiwork on the bumper ;) Thanks a million again!

Lili said...

Very pretty! You inspired me to go hire a stylist once we find a new home... Do you by any chance know someone in Germany? LOL.

Relatable Style

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

It looks fabulous Abby and what a thrill for you to see the room you dreamt up with that little bambino lying so comfortably in it- so adorable!!

Brittany {Gallery No. Eight} said...

So lovely! I love the colours and fabrics!

classic • casual • home said...

The Roman shades are just perfect...and so is the rug! Lucky, precious baby girl!

Tiffany @ {Living Savvy} said...

Such a great design! I love the fabric of the roman shades! The burst of color is amazing and it will last the new baby well into her teens!! Great Job!

Tiffany @ {Living Savvy}
www.savvydesignwest.com

Tote said...

Abby, you gave her wonderful ideas to work from!
It is beautiful!

Susan

Andrea said...

So cute! I have the same floral fabric in my daughter's room. Love how your design turned out.

InteriorGroupie said...

Love the roman blinds and the dresser! amazing transformation of the room, and such an adorable little baby

natasha {schue love} said...

WOW! Love how this turned out! The graphic colors and patterns are lovely...just perfect for a little baby girl!

Carol@SofasandSage.com said...

This looks fantastic, Abby! I'm sure you're psyched with the final result (you should be :) What fun to see how someone puts your board into action. The colors are just gorgeous and I'm totally loving that light fixture. Almost makes me want another nursery. Or not :) But perhaps a new room for my teens!!

Carrie @ Hazardous Design said...

Oh wow! It looks so good!
The roman blinds are fabulous and I love how they tie everything together.

Marianne {Style For Living} said...

It turned out great, Abby! What a perfect space for the baby girl.

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

that is adorable! i love those colors!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Lucky baby girl. I agree, the last photo is the best!

Richmond Thrifter said...

LOVE it!!! What a lucky little girl! And that chandelier is just gorgeous! I want one now!!!

Drew {Coral Cafe} said...

Bravo, Abby, Braaaavo!!!

elizabeth@themustardceiling said...

Wow Abby, This turned out absolutely stunning! I love every detail. The chandelier is gorgeous and the poufs above the bed are so much fun. Great job.

Danielle said...

I love the colors - so vivid and exciting. Where did you find the pom-poms on the ceiling?

Carissa @ the Fabulous Design File said...

It's fabulous! It must be so rewarding seeing your plan turn out so well!!!

A Delightful Design said...

Danielle- The poms are from this etsy store.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/PartyPoms?ref=pr_shop_more

A few of you have asked where the roman shades are from--also Etsy. Here is the store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/KonaInteriors?ref=seller_info

hollyG said...

So so pretty - and really this room is one that this lucky little girl can grow with too. Thanks for the source on the roman shades - I'm thinking of doing something similar for my daughter's room.

Kimberly Moore said...

I loooovveee this. You are so full of talent!! Thanks for sharing with us!

thirdfloordesignstudio.blogspot.com

Andrew & Jen said...

WOW! This is so beautiful!! Do you happen to know where they bought the white mirror~ looking for one for Harper's room!

Bree@ 700sqftDesign said...

Love it! You did such a great job for them. It has a energetic yet serene atmosphere. I was totally going to ask about the shades(but saw the etsy comment. Well done!

designchic said...

Oh wow, Abby...it's adorable. How exciting to see it all come together!!

abeachcottage said...

Love your nursery. You've done a great job with it!

Carmel @ Our Fifth House said...

I love the colors in here - not to over the top girl but still feminine. The curtain fabric is so fun!

Atticmag said...

So much nicer! And I love the last view. Jane

Cassie {Hi Sugarplum!} said...

perfection!!! the shade fabric is divine, and I love the pop of pink on the dresser drawers!! And the light? ridiculous!

well done girlie!!!

Q Devil Dogs said...

Abby, I love this little girls room. Some day when we begin our family I know that I will want something that the child can grow with- not princesses or the usual baby decor I see.

I especially love that octopus. Where do I find that? I've searched all over the internet with no luck!

It's all so great!

Thanks,
Amanda

Mandy said...

Stopping over from Brooklyn Limestone! I love your nursery! it's adorable!!

Jessica @ Stay at Home-ista said...

I'm loving the bright mix of colors. How did she get the top drawers of the dresser to be so pink and awesome?

Jessica
stayathomeista.com

Waseem said...

Perfect shades.....How exciting to see it come together.
Roman shades concord, ca

Hunter Douglas said...

They look pretty cool. Thanks for sharing. Please put more pics

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