"Nursery Reveal!"

To say that my friend Stacey and I go way back is a gross understatement. 





We were friends before I could even spell f-r-i-e-n-d-s.  So, getting the opportunity to decorate her twin's nursery was a huge honor. 

The room we were working with was the guest room and was beautiful already.  I know because I've spent quite a few nights in the luxury accomodations. (Sorry, wasn't able to get pictures with it all dolled up.)



Stacey and her husband Brian's style is very modern and very chic, a bit of a departure for me.  You may recall me showing you the direction we were moving in this post.  I was more than a little excited to get to use a yellow and grey color scheme. 

This install was a little hectic because, for starters it wasn't local.  Then, the nursery was on the third floor.  (My calf muscles are still burning!)  And, I scheduled the photo shoot for the same day.  I joked with my assistant (for the day) Yolanda, that it's all fun and games on HGTV, but in real life this is hard work. 



Ok, maybe not evident in the picture.  Nevertheless, hope you enjoy the fruit of the labor.....





Special thanks to Erin Leport for the cute silhouettes






Congratulations Stacey and Brian!!!


So, what did you think?  Let me know by leaving a  comment.  I'd love to hear from you!
 
 

22 Comments - Click here to join the conversation!:

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

Cheryl, this is an amazing room! What a gorgeous sense of style and so chic for the new babies! Hope that all is well!

Sonia

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks Sonia! It was a fun project.

Rhonda Barth said... Reply To This Comment

This room is awesome! I think my favorite part is the two prints with the words from "You are my Sunshine." My Dad sang that song to me my entire childhood :-)

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Too funny. Glad you like! My Dad sang, "Goodnight Sweetheart".

Sew Unordinary said... Reply To This Comment

The room is absoutely beautiful!! I love the various shades of grey and those pops of yellow are perfect.

Amanda Smith

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks Amanda!!! I think the colors were a perfect choice for girl/boy twins.

katie willard said... Reply To This Comment

Love Love Love!!! I've been thinking about gray as well...Those cribs are perfect... Great Job! I know they are very happy!!

mattie walker said... Reply To This Comment

lovely room. Great job

Tamara H said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome job! Love the chandelier and the color scheme, so not your typical nursery! Awesome!!

thehickmanhappenings said... Reply To This Comment

This is my favorite room you've posted so far! I LOVE it so much! I'd stay there...even if it IS a nursery. It makes me happy to look at it!

KIM said... Reply To This Comment

Absolutely beautiful....as always!!!

Tell Stacy I said Congratulations

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

I agree with what everyone else said but would add this. I'm so glad it is not pink or blue with some of the what I think is "goofy" baby decorations. You can tell I don't have kids!. This is one classy nursery

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks everyone! I appreciate the love.

April said... Reply To This Comment

Another wonderful job! I think you did a fantastic modern take with the nursery. I've grown a bit tired of some of the traditional colors myself. Bravo!

Bonnie Moody said... Reply To This Comment

Love the whole....the hamper is awesome!

Marcie said... Reply To This Comment

Cheryl, this is so beautiful!!!!! Congrats to Stacy!!!

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks so much!

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful nursery Cheryl! I love it...tell Stacey congratulations!
Jorie

Dwell by Cheryl said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks Jorie!

Emily A. Clark said... Reply To This Comment

Well, you know I have a weakness for a good twin nursery :) Wish ours looked half that good right now! Thanks again for linking up.

rsavage said... Reply To This Comment

Where are the curtains from?

Cheryl Luckett said... Reply To This Comment

@rsavage the homeowner purchased them. They were the exsiting drapes prior to the rooms conversion to a nursery. Sorry.

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