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Rhoney Design Nursery

by Betsy Moyer on August 20, 2009, 16 comments

Meet Mallory Gray, the procreation of what I would say is one of my favorite couples, Laurie and Andy Rhoney.

These two have made a beautiful human being, and while that is more profound than I really have words for…. let me move on to GUSH about the nursery that Laurie put together. I knew it would be a success. Laurie is a freelance Interior Designer here in Hickory,NC and her home is an impressive collection that speaks to her and Andy’s tailored eccentricity. They are both artists and their home is full of life and warmth. At her 6th month, Laurie was telling me about this idea she had to wallpaper the ceiling with a specific print, and from her description I totally could tell that this was it as soon as I stumbled upon this image. It was a great idea. I can’t believe the turnout. Its so stunning. Geez…. makes me wanna go get knocked up so I can hire Laurie to help me with my own Rhoney Nursery. Check it out!


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Betsy Moyer

Boyfriend's House Squatter, Thrift Store Shopper, Writer, Collaborator at The Estate of Things
Hobbies abound, but I’m more of an internet nerd, music lover and thrifty home decor enthusiast than many things. I’m into DIY and artsy stuff, color trends, furniture make-overs, and living out home decor fantasies.

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16 thoughts on “Rhoney Design Nursery

  1. Laurie did a great job, I spotted several of my favorite nursery design elements. Mallory will enjoy the Rothman sparrows on the ceiling for a long time.

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  3. Oh my goodness this is amazing! I followed the link from a comment on YHL and so glad that I did! So beautiful, every detail is so creative. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Luckily, KJ, I have a dream wallpaper installer that “owed” me. Having never hung wallpaper myself, I decided to treat myself and let a professional do the job. The room is pretty small and straight forward with no weird angles, so my installer said it wasn’t too bad. Honestly, he was in and out in just under a few hours (with the help of an assistant). With the orientation of the birds, I felt it naturally belonged on the ceiling.

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