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Nursery for Florida Design Magazine

9.15.2009 | Projects

Emily created this “Safari Princess Room”  for Florida Design’s Laury Ellen Conklin and her new beautiful baby Marina Rose at the 2007 Spring Home Show.

“I wanted to create a pink Safari room that was sophisticated and elegant but whimsical at the same time.  This is a room that both Mommy and baby can grow into. 

The Venetian iron crib comes complete with so many options that you can use it for four different children and it will look different every time.  It can also change to a beautiful toddler bed for Marina as she gets older.  The custom bedding named after the newborn baby girl in whose honor this room was designed for, only complements the burnished gold iron work.

The custom three-piece unit is a tasteful solution for baby.  It boast with character, as each piece is handmade out of solid wood.  The removable top is ideal for all those dirty diaper changes and is detached from the dresser below once your little one no longer requires it.  The two side towers are great for all of those books and keeping small toys out of site. 

The chaise is just perfect for all those midnight feedings or just to nap, just the right size to fit in small spaces.  Available in tons of colors and the unique slipcover system allows you to change your cover whenever you feel like like trying something new. 

My favorite! These chandeliers give just the right finishing touch…perfect for a little princess.

Laury was so wonderful to work with as was her new little princess!  This room is definitely a tranquil room, surrounded with beautiful artwork and made me want to be a kid again.”

Posted by: Emily

Emily A. Alfonso, IIDA is a licensed Interior Designer with the Florida Board of Architecture and Interior Design and founder of American Living Furniture