Exciting New Press!

I’m so excited to finally get to share with you the photo-shoot/ styling job that was the subject of this post. Boston Magazine Home asked me to style a high and low version of a nursery.  As you can tell from my breakdown of the shoot, it was a lot more work than I expected.  But well worth it when I get to open the pages of the magazine (and even get a teaser on the cover) and see the final result!

boston home cover fall 2010

boston home expensive nursery

boston home affordable nursery

Some images I shot during the shoot- you can see the details better than my crappy scans! The images should be on their website soon as well!

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40 comments

  1. That’s awesome! Both rooms are great but I actually like the less expensive room better! I love me some zig-zags! :)

  2. wow! thanks for posting this, as “boston home” isn’t readily available here in the west.
    both rooms are stunning and super fun!
    i love high/low photo shoots…and yours was really informative and creative.
    LOVE!

  3. Love them both – congrats on a fabulous job well-done!

    I JUST finished our nursery this weekend (I mean, I still have 10 whole days until he’s due…plenty of time!) and am so glad to see the Space Baby crib bedding from Target is what you chose to feature – that’s what we have, too! We went a different direction with the rug, but your design has me feeling good about my choices! I am going to get some throw pillows this weekend for our chair – maybe a roll pillow, too. Thanks for the inspiration, and again – kudos!

  4. Erin – Love love love the rooms (and the less expensive looks AS expensive – so wonderful!) That my friend is not smoke and mirrors :)…….Kerri

  5. Congratulations on the press. But the idea that one of those nurseries is “for the rest of us” is a load of turds. I’m having twins, their room is accessorized and furnished to the hilt – 2 cribs, 2 chairs, fully renovated closet, window treatments, art, etc. and I didn’t come close to $4000. Most people would call a $4K nursery the one for “deep pockets”. But I’m assuming it’s not your goal as a designer to decorate for the masses anyway? Regardless, congrats on the awesome feature!

  6. Looks awesome. Very similar styles for WILDLY different price points. Both look sharp, though.

    If ONLY I
    A. had and
    B. could spend that much on a nursery.

  7. These are fantastic and I love seeing the 2 rooms side-by-side like this. Great job keeping the spirit of the overall design the same on both budgets. At 37 weeks pregnant, I have been totally and completely immersed in nursery design for the whole summer so loved seeing this feature!

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