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love the idea of a bed in the nursery
Nursery with bed...Girls nursery...Lovely nursery....perfect nursery
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Nursery, Ashburn, VA
Nursery, Ashburn, VA
Grey nursery with silver
Nursery, grey striped walls
Great nursery!!!...Boys nursery...Elegant nursery
Amy Lambert Lee
love this nursery! Where is the crib from?
for our nursery and everything i see is a bit expensive. Thank you
of any nursery that I've ever seen
cloud-white nursery. The delicate sheers soften the space and allows you to focus on the furniture and decor, and not the shades alone.
2. Layered window treatments. Blackout curtains and layered window dressings go a long way in the nursery. They filter out light in the morning and also cast a warm, natural
royal nursery they would keep out those pesky paparazzi telephoto lenses and give the family some privacy.
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.
Don’t be afraid to go dark with paint — it actually creates a cozy feeling. A white crib and hints of color help this nursery
in the nursery. Wall paint: Sepia Brown, Pratt & Lambert; rug: Damask rug, Weego Baby
One more word about the color wheel before I crawl off this particular high horse. Look at the comfy chocolate color of this nursery's walls. Isn't it yummy? But did you know that brown does not even appear
brown in a nursery is crazy. I beg to differ. The particular tone of brown is a perfect backdrop for all the colorful toys, artwork and furniture that makes this room a perfect space for your baby. And it's neutral enough that you could decorate for either a boy or a girl — just imagine pink and brown, a
kind of like the idea of a place to nap for us parents in the nursery. haha
Trundle bed in nursery
Nursery ideas: blue daybed
in the nursery with the little one, an extra bed would keep them close to their infant and comfortable.Catch Some Zzz's in Your Baby's Nursery
enzo's nursery? Thank you:)
nursery with daybed...Green nursery...Great nursery idea....nzo's nursery
Alykhan Velji Design
yellow nursery. have white crib and dresser. ***I love gray and yellow together, and they are great colors for a nursery. There is a fun rug I will get you a picture of that would be perfect in there. That is great about white crib and dresser. Do you have an easy chair? --we do but it needs to be recovered
yellow nursery. have white crib and dresser.
Option for nursery decor and schemem
gender-neutral nursery. Perfect for boys, girls and shared spaces, yellow for the nursery is a winner. Especially elegant with soft gray or blue, yellow is a warm, friendly choice for baby's first room. For a more modern feel, paint the walls a soft gray and use yellow for the accents (rug, curtains, bedding)
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
super cute nursery if we do decide to become foster parents. ..
nautical nursery. Not all nautical style needs to be in red, navy and blue; this room offers an unexpected color palette that still captures the look. More: Sailing Hardware Around the House Update that Beachy Style! Guest Picks: Summer at the Seaside
This nursery manages to have a theme but to remain
themey in a nursery. Ship wheels, nautical charts, sailboats and yachting flags are welcome. Chocolate brown, powder blue and a light medium orange are a soothing combination in this room.
Bravo Interior Design
it's a nursery! some may believe that the pregnant body is a beautiful form for what it produces.
Great idea for a boy's nursery! Love the color combination.
Beautiful Nursery! I love the metal "suit-cases".
I like the accent wall and the crib in the center of the room, granted our nursery may not be big enough to pull that off.
in this nursery gives the room a playful, circus-style feel. I love how the designer mixed a few other black and white patterns (like the zebra rug under the crib) for a little edginess. The bold patterns, chartreuse accent color and fantastic chandelier all bring the eye to the strategically placed crib