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With its warm green walls and pops of red, blue and yellow as accent colors, this nursery has plenty of eye candy. If your room is large enough, put the crib in a corner on an angle, as shown here. This softens the hard lines in the room and adds even more interest.
Aside from the warm and inviting chocolate brown walls, I love the oversized, rugged chair in this nursery. It's not what you would expect in a baby's room, but it makes a terrific spot for feeding time. Your baby could enjoy this sturdy chair for years to come.
My oldest son is named Jackson, but that's not the only reason I like this nursery. Personalization and typography is a great decorating and educational idea in a baby's room because it begins the process of letter recognition.
Your baby will sleep better at nap time in a dark room, but room-darkening shades don't have to be bland. Make roman shades from fun fabrics and use a blackout liner. The tailored style of these shades is perfect for boys spaces.
This nursery shows how an accent wall can also be a learning tool. With it's colorful stripes and alphabet lettering, it is visually stimulating and educational.
An unexpected splash of green immediately gets your attention in this nursery. With such a neutral palette, the vivid green changing table adds a refreshing dose of color and creates an element of surprise.
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