Thursday, October 18, 2012

St. Vincent Nursery Pictures!

This past Spring I had the incredible honor of being asked by St. Vincent's Hospital to design a nursery for a deserving family.  St. Vincent's partnered with ABC33/40 to host the contest.  Out of all the entries three were chosen to share their story on Talk of Alabama.  From there, viewers voted and one deserving family was picked.  The Reed family lost their home during the January tornados that came through Alabama.  They had to rebuild from the ground up.  I am so, so grateful I was able to design the nursery for them.  Two weeks was all the time I had once the winner was chosen.  Usually in this industry you cannot accomplish anything in two weeks but some amazing people and companies helped me out.  Details shots and information coming in a follow-up post.  
 
Images Wynter Byrd Photography and Marianne Strong Interiors

4 comments:

Katie @ Noodle and Boof said...

Stunning! Love the ceiling and the contrasting crown moulding. Love the dresser/changing station. Great job!!

Mandy Frye said...

Love it! Where did you find the metal letters? I want!

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

This is FANTASTIC!! And what a cause. When I think of pitching in for a cause, I dont usually think of such great design, because lets face it, most people thing anything is better than whats there. but you have amazing paper (O&L?) on the ceiling and those drapes are KILLING it for me. Great great job. Whats the drape fabric btw?

Emerson Grey Designs said...

I absolutely love this space. The drapes are amazing, along with the side table. Every little space has been thought out! Great job!