Spring Nursery Inspiration!

Everyone here at Rosenberry Rooms is beyond excited that spring has finally arrived! Snow is melting, flowers begin blooming and the sun seems to shine a little brighter! In honor of this joyful time of year we put together a little nursery inspiration filled with fresh blues, soft pinks and pops of gold!
SpringInspirationJust like a breath of fresh air, this lighthearted space is sure to make your little one feel the gentle touch of spring!

Salt Air in My Hair Canvas Wall Art

Bird Silhouette Canvas Wall Art

Poppy Scrolls Rug

Gold Tree Trunk Ceramic Table Lamp

Eicho Crib

Golden Sunshine Wall Clock

Metallic Aqua Chevron Crib Bedding Set

Moroccan Pouf – Pink Leather

Cheyenne Girls Toddler Sandal

Exclusive Bedding by Traditions Linens!

Everyone at Rosenberry Rooms is very excited to introduce our NEW exclusive collection of children’s bedding by Traditions Linens! These two sets are absolutely perfect for a cheerful little girl who is almost as excited about the arrival of spring as you are!

First up, we have the Delilah collection, named after owner Susie’s youngest daughter!
edited1This soft and sweet bedding set is sure to brighten anyone’s day. This beautiful duvet cover features custom colors of your choice against a crisp, white background.
edited2In this case, pink and blue trim and band colors have been used while the rest of the attention goes to the gorgeous Goldenrod Butterfly Pillow and the Delilah Boudoir Pillow.
SideBySideDon’t forget about some friendly accessories! This space is all about vibrant colors, fun styles and lots of customization options all thanks to the Delilah collection!
edited3The second set of brand new bedding features a whimsical starburst pattern! This duvet cover will add color and tons of fun to your child’s room!
pillowWe can’t help but to smile when we look at the Starburst collection! It’s just that fun! We loved pairing it with bright artwork and an orange rug!
SideBySide2Soft yet fun, bright and bold! These two collections are perfect for any little girl! With spring right around the corner, there is no better time to toss out those old sheets and comforter and bring out the new!

Creating a Multifunctional Room

Quite often, rooms in our homes have to perform double (or triple) duty. Guest bedrooms are also offices. Living rooms transform into playrooms. Kitchens are study spaces for homework hour. In these rooms, versatility is key. So how do you design a space that can allow you and your family to perform these tasks comfortably and functionally?

We recently had someone who needed help designing a nursery/office/guest room. Here are some tips and an inspiration board we came up with for creating a multifunctional room.


Ruched Linen Platinum and White Duvet Cover // Picket Fence Baby Bedding Set // Savannah Desk // Anna Swivel Glider Chair // Turquoise Clear Base Lamp With White Shade And Turquoise Trim // Martha Mirror // Natural Knobby Loop Braided Rug // Ruched Linen White and Platinum Window Panel

Use furniture that has multiple uses. Pull-out sofas are crucial for an office that doubles as a guest bedroom, especially when space is tight. Or instead of a nightstand that will rarely be used in a guest bedroom, use a small scale desk or vanity next to the bed.

Consider using a daybed. Not only are daybeds lovely, they are also practical as they can accommodate overnight guests or impromptu naps in the nursery. Plus, many daybeds have the option for an under-bed trundle to accommodate even more sleepover guests or storage!

Don’t skimp on storage. The last thing you will want to do after a long day in your home office is stare at those papers and projects. Try to find furniture that has lots of built-in storage, like a desk with a hutch or plenty of filing drawers. Bookshelves, armoires, and free-standing closets are all great options.

Try to stick with a neutral color palette. While your Aunt Sue may love your baby boy’s race car theme nursery, it doesn’t exactly make for the most soothing guest bedroom. When the hues in the room are soft and neutral, it allows a multifunctional room to be more comfortable and relaxing.

What kind of multifunctional rooms do you have in your house? What are your tips and tricks?

Design Reveal: Hermione’s Modern Nursery

The latest nursery design from SISSY + MARLEY is a must see! This baby girl’s nursery is nothing short of modern. Various grey hues are complemented by friendly elephants that bring an air of whimsy and character. There are so many adorable accents for baby Hermione to discover as her “mini” adventures unfold.

SaraThe unique cribbookshelf, and changing table by ducduc mixe perfectly in the room, blending traditional influences and modern style. The crib is lined with the ultra-trendy chevron patterned sheet set by New Arrivals Inc.

SaraHermione’s reading and play nook are organized in style. The adorable elephant accents, such as the nightlight by Johnathan Adler give the nursery a touch of soft sweetness that every little girl needs.


SaraThe stool and wood floor lamp by Stray Dog Designs are truly unique pieces that add quirkiness to the room. The open closet gives guests a view of the clean organization and adorable outfits.


SaraThis nursery is a delightful pairing of traditional and modern styles. Living in such a stylish pad is sure to make Hermione one lucky little lady!


Interior Design: SISSY+MARLEY

Photography: MARCO RICCA

Wallpaper: SISSY+MARLEY for Jill Malek

Beautiful Mod Bedding from Caden Lane

CadenLane_MainThere is never a shortage of beautiful prints and patterns from Caden Lane. That’s why we love the newest crib bedding collection, Lattice, featuring a mod lattice print accented with the season’s hottest hues.

The first color palette that caught our eye is the navy Lattice set. This bold blue pairs perfectly with green and gray to create a classic little boy’s nursery. Various pieces from Rosenberry Rooms help compliment Caden Lane’s newest collection.


We also could not help but love the lavender Lattice set. Have fun pairing an assortment of purples together while keeping the nursery soft and cozy with cool grays. We also played with a modern nature theme to tie the entire look together.


The Caden Lane Lattice collection is now available for pre-order at Rosenberry Rooms! Save 10% on this cool new collection now through October 30, 2013!

An Oh-So-Sweet Aviary Nursery


The Aviary Nursery carries effortless ease and comfort. The soft color palette with gentle pops of aqua, orange and yellow brings a subtle touch of excitement. The sleek lines add to the air of comfort while providing a stylish touch for you and baby.

The Sparrow collection from Oeuf is a match made in modern heaven. Clean lines and birch wood paired with white accents ground the room in contemporary pieces. The crib, nightstand and dresser work perfectly together and are simple pieces that you can easily build a room around.


The unique accents and lighting from Stray Dog Designs help bring any room into the modern world. The Jenny Lynn Lamp is a quirky way to add color and whimsy to the room. You can continue to follow through the modern mood by adding Stray Dog’s Richmond Mirror. Color blocking is a huge trend right now and is used perfectly here.


It doesn’t get much sweeter than two love birds, right?! The vibrant artwork by Oopsy Daisy artists Vicky Barone and Suzy Ultman  is such an easy way to add fun and love into your nursery.


The spirit of this nursery design is clearly understood as stylish comfort. What does our Aviary Nursery design say to you? Share in the comments below!

Susie’s Top 10 Picks for Fall


It’s officially autumn! We are so excited for the change in the weather – the cool nights, the crisp leaves, and the beautiful colors outside. What better time to change things up inside with some pieces that are warm, cozy and functional? Don’t you just love this time of year?

Without further ado, Rosenberry Rooms’ owner Susie Fougerousse shares her top 10 picks for the new season. We hope you love them as much as we do!


1. I love brown leather anything! This bag is gorgeous and versatile.

2. I’m obsessed with Surya’s new line of poufs.  I’m a huge scrabble fan and these poufs are the perfect place to perch while playing a family game, preferably in front of a cozy fire.


3. Keep cozy with this super soft – and cool – fleece throw blanket by Deny Designs.

4. Not Neutral makes these fun, orange candle holders, which are great for a coffee table or mantle.


5. Antique Brass has such a warm feel, and is my absolute favorite metal finish. This lamp has a great modern yet classic feel.

6. This copper mirror is HUGE and makes such as statement.  I love that it can be used in so many settings, from a dining room to a nursery.


7. Prudence and Wink make such a cute pair, need I say more?

8. This navy striped rug is reminiscent of summer, but transitions well into fall.


9. This playful and eco-friendly hedgehog wall clock is made of bamboo and finished with a natural oil.

10. Distressed brown leather and antique brass hardware make this a very cool diaper bag for any dad.

What do you think of Susie’s picks? Do you have any favorites of your own? Share in the comments below!

How To Create A Color Palette

Finding the perfect color palette for a baby’s nursery or child’s room can be a daunting task! How do you know what colors will work together? What if the colors look different in person than online? How do you make sure you don’t have too much of one color? Don’t be scared; selecting the perfect color palette is easier than you think! Here are some steps to consider as you start designing your next space:

Find an inspiration item. It can be a big part of the room like an amazing crib bedding set, or it can be a small accessory item such as a darling vintage art print scored at a flea market. Having one item to pull colors from is the perfect starting point.


Choose at least three different colors for the room. This “layering” of colors will add visual interest and depth to the space.


When in doubt, refer to the color wheel! Use both complementary colors (colors that are across from each other on the color wheel) and analogous colors (colors that are next to each other on the color wheel). Not sure what goes with that aqua duvet cover? Try accenting it with orange or navy!


Always attempt to obtain a sample of something you are thinking about ordering. It is a lot easier to avoid color faux pas when you have the fabric swatches and finish samples together in front of you. This will also help save you the hassle of returning items.

Bedding // Rug // Dresser //Personalized Wall Decal // Hanging Lantern // Butterfly Mobile 

Make a mini inspiration board! There is a reason why professional interior designers create these boards for their clients. It is so much easier to ensure the room colors are balanced when you have images of all of the items together in one place.


Hopefully these tips make the start of creating your dream nursery or child’s room more fun and less stressful. We would love to hear if you have any secrets of your own!

Designer Rooms Spotlight!

Today I want to highlight a few of our awesome designer rooms! We know that RosenberryRooms.com has lots and lots of products to choose from and that it can sometimes be overwhelming trying to decide which lighting goes best with which bedding, will this rug look right in the room and so on. Our team of designers and merchandisers have tried to facilitate this for you by creating designer rooms based on various themes. Below are a few of my favorites from each category, but be sure and check out the rest of them for more inspiration!

The Forest Orchid 3-piece Crib Bedding Set by Annette Tatum serves as the inspiration for our Pretty in Purple Nursery. Whimsical lilac and green flowers on the crib bumper and lilac stripes on the skirt create a simple and sweet space for your little girl to rest and play. Accessorize in shades of purple with the organic cotton wall prints by Amenity, lighting by Maura Daniel, a plush hand-tufted wool rug in lilac and a comfy glider from Oilo.

Looking for something dramatically different? Our Wheels Motif Nursery is comfortable and contemporary. The Wheels Motif three-piece crib set in cobalt and the Cohen Glider with custom piping by Oilo creates a sophisticated ambiance with clean, uncluttered lines in your newborn son’s room. The vintage car-themed artwork by Aaron Christensen adds a playful touch!

Your little one will love to sleep in the cozy Sweet Haven Nursery. The White Pique Crib Bedding in Khaki by New Arrivals Inc. and charming art by Doodlefish are simple and classic. Creamy natural linens and satiny-soft cottons bring an effortless elegance to our Sweet Haven Nursery. We paired the bedding and room décor selections with Bratt Décor’s stunning Manhattan Collection.

Our fun Eve Bedroom is a breath of fresh air! The Boutique Pink bedding set is part of the Caden Lane designer collection. Bright, beautiful artwork by Oopsy Daisy artists Gale Kaseguma and the Winborg sisters, lighting by Jubilee, the Aqua shag rug, and cute picture frames complete this fun and funky girl’s room.

Our Owls Sky Bedroom brings classic woodland features and bold hues of green and blue into your boy’s room. A duvet cover and tailored sham in the playful Owls Sky print by DwellStudio is paired with the Elite Reflections Collection by Lea Children’s furniture for a classic and timeless appeal. Throw in a fun wall decal from Alphabet Garden Designs and playful character art to complete this boy’s room.

For more inspiration, click the following category that applies to the type of room you want to create!

Designer Girl’s Nurseries.

Designer Boy’s Nurseries.

Gender Neutral Nurseries.

Designer Girl’s Rooms.

Designer Boy’s Rooms.


Create A Designer Room (Without the Designer)!

It’s no secret that I love to decorate children’s rooms, and I am always in awe of the creative work by so many talented interior designers who specialize in designing children’s spaces.  What a treat it is to devote so much time and energy into such a fun and rewarding profession!

But, I am the first to admit that many moms and dads don’t have easy access to professional design services, and that they might not have the time to devote to endless hours researching innovative ideas and learning about the latest trends.

My goal today is to teach you 5 easy tips for getting the look of a professionally styled designer room with relative ease, and a manageable expense.

1. Create a focal wall.  

Did you ever notice that most fabulous rooms have a really cool focal wall?  This is where you can make a statement so that the room will stand out from the ordinary.  For your focal wall you can choose to simply paint it using an accent color, or you can have fun with stencils, wallpaper or decals for a bolder look.  Placing your crib or bed on this wall will give it the dramatic backdrop you are looking for, and make a lasting impression.

2. Use unexpected color combinations.  

One thing designers are really good at is using color to its fullest potential to create a look that is memorable and eye catching.  By pairing a safe color, like pink, with an unexpected color, like orange, or good old red with a punchy aqua, your room will take on a fresh and adventurous feel.  Experimenting with color is the perfect way to have fun with your room.  You can do this with paint and decorative accents like throw pillows, picture frames or rugs.  If your experiment doesn’t work, don’t get discouraged, because you can always swap out the paint or smaller accents without great expense.

3. Make it Personal.  

An exclusive and tailored design created by a designer often includes custom elements, like a monogrammed rug, headboard, or bedding.  One of my favorite ways to create a custom look is by adding a monogram to the wall using oversized wooden letters.  Painting a simple “frame” on the wall around your custom wall monogram creates a stunning effect.  For a less expensive alternative, with the same impact, you might opt for a monogram decal instead.

4. If you don’t have it, paint it.  

In an ideal world, we would all have gorgeous, custom molding on our walls, in every room in our house, right?  Well, if you don’t, I’m here to tell you that you can still get that “look” — with paint.  That’s right, with the assistance of some painters tape, a laser level and a gallon of paint you can create your own windowpane molding, bead board, chair rail, paneling and so on.  Choose a high gloss paint for your faux trim, and a contrasting color to the wall color, so that it will pop. This example from Project Nursery shows how painting the trim a contrasting color is both unexpected and dramatic.

5. Frame it x 10!  

Who doesn’t love a wall of frames?  Whenever I am flipping through the latest shelter magazines, or reading design blogs, I notice that a wall of frames is loved by designers and clients alike.  Nothing adds more of a one-of-a-kind look to a room like a wall of fun mismatched frames in varying shapes, sizes and even colors.  I love that it is impossible to mess this look up.  Just have fun with it and it will look fabulous.  Mix your picture frames with your favorite artwork for an eclectic look.  You may opt for higher end, hand finished frames, or you can also pick some up at your local flea market.  Fill them with your favorite family photos, and voila, your room is done.

Happy Decorating!

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