428 infant Home Design Photos

Avalisa Design
1 Review
Avalisa Nursery Wall Art and Rugs
Ideabooks4,262
Questions3
high gear with strong colors and geometric patterns in the rug and art. Infants' developing eyes are drawn to high color contrast.
high gear with strong colours and geometric patterns in the rug and art. Infants’ developing eyes are drawn to high colour contrast.
“Bebo4” — jotaab
Nicole Lanteri
20 Reviews
Modern Vintage Nursery
Ideabooks6,067
Questions5
your child's life, but is also soft in tone and appropriate for a newborn. Infants can really only see in black, white and gray at first. Soft neutrals and
pastels, rather than bright and abrasive colors, work well with the rate of an infant's vision development. The soft gray of Silvery Moon from Benjamin Moore
“Nursery” — Maddy Blackwell
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
Ideabooks580
Questions0
“borning room,” where the woman of the house gave birth and tended to her infant children. The room is close to the large fireplace, so it would have been
“borning room,” where the woman of the house gave birth and tended to her infant children. The room is close to the large fireplace, so it would have been
“Wall paneling” — Marisa Conte
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Dyna Contracting
7 Reviews
Pioneer Square Condo
Ideabooks4,273
Questions4
sense for a long time. The black and white ceiling stripes stimulate an infant's brain, and they still make sense for a teenager who wants to turn the
“Interesting use of paint on walls vs ceiling” — elainesix77
Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Child's Bedroom
Ideabooks19,713
Questions9
more daybeds in kids' rooms lately, and I love it. You can put one in an infant's room and use it to rest on during nighttime feedings, then transition
“day bed” — laurawuyts84
Amy Lambert Lee
3 Reviews
Pearson's Room
Ideabooks12,196
Questions15
curious/adventurous) the Dutch door situation won't fool them, but keep those infants and toddlers in check with a safety door that doesn't have to look or feel
“Paint board” — Bita Akhgar
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Draw me a Sheep - Baby Design Boutique
Ideabooks341
Questions1
Infant room
“Blanket” — Kristen Troester
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Draw me a Sheep - Baby Design Boutique
Ideabooks434
Questions1
Infant room
“Nursery” — Banu Martin
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