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Love all beadboard. Do you think it will be hard to clean? Stuck between all beadbd or all tile.
my bathroom is small, so by painting everything white does this make the room look bigger?hard to keep clean
Tara SeawrightSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Cover the bath spout. Radel notes that the third most common cause of stitches in babies is sharp bathtub spouts (after coffee tables and raised fireplace hearths). Use a soft cover to protect little ones from the heat and sharp edges of
I like the clean color scheme and fixtures, and it appears efficient.
moisture-loving mildew from growing in the tub and bath-toy bin by drying toys immediately after bath time. Once a week, clean each toy with a child-friendly cleaner like Dapple Baby's surface cleaner, which is free of parabens, phthalates, dioxane and dyes. Trim your shower curtain so it doesn't sweep
Simple clean but colorful... Love the day bed and I would hang paper cranes
Mom and baby can sleep
Bed in the baby's room
Baby's room?...Baby room
Modern Baby Boy Retreat
colors of baby shower theme and frames on wall
Modern Baby Boy Retreat
cute baby room...Brecken baby room...babys room...Baby room
Jamie House Design
Nursery/ Kid Spaces
Elegant, clean lines
Baby room...baby's room...Romantic baby room
Celebrity Nursery - Marcia Cross
chabby chic with a clean fresh
that is an cute baby room
Baby's room...baby girl...Baby lavender
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Formal Dining & Butler's Pantry
The type of wood (light) crisp, clean look.
Benjamin more paint - baby fawn
Bm baby fawn...Clean dining room...Baby fawn BM color...BM OC-15 Baby Fawn
Molly McGinness Interior Design
What are some good design and decor modifications for a home with a new baby?
For safety and also just for making everything lower maintenance and easier to clean, etc...thanks in advance!!!!
Non-traditional baby decor. Could be used in any bedroom!
Whole room. Clean lines
Match curtains with baby bed
Baby room...Baby moon
The Cross Design
1. Pack away all toys, clothes and gear that baby is not ready for yet. Babies grow so fast that it’s natural to accumulate clothes and gear your little one is not quite big enough for yet — but that doesn’t mean those items need to be accessible right now. Keep only what you are using daily right now