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The Marion House Book
Emma's Evolving Home
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The large custom credenza that was housed in the original dining room has been relocated to the nursery, providing ample storage. From barware to diapers!Elephant mural: Inke Heiland, KolKid; lamp: Ikea; basket: The ArthurDo you constantly reimagine your home? Share photos of your evolution in the Comments
“Wall Art” — moka1999
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Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
Berry-licious Shrubs for Fall
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Keep in mind that you must plant at least one male winterberry to produce the berries — one male will pollinate six to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade
Keep in mind that you must plant at least one male winterberry to produce the berries — one male will pollinate six to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade
Keep in mind that you must plant at least one male winterberry to produce the berries — one male will pollinate six to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9Water requirement: Medium to wet soilLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature
“Winterberry” — Ann Terwilliger
ducduc
1 Review
ducduc™
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love this for a girls' nursery. very soft colours.
Girl nursery. Pale pink. Black n white.
A very pale, cool pink is perfect in this modern take on the girly nursery. It's pretty and soft but not cloying.
simple nursery. The lack of a bumper is visually compensated by the detailed crib sheet. And, not your granny's musty rocker, this mod design is a beauty.
This chair is perfect for a nursery, and it can grow up with a girl through her teenage years and into adulthood.
Pink on the WallsA very pale, cool pink is perfect in this modern take on the girly nursery. It's pretty and soft but not cloying.
“Gray &&pink” — ducheszdarookie
Brand Hero
3 Reviews
Nursery & Guest Room Re-Design
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To personalize the newborn's sleeping area the babies name was painted on the wall using metallic paint pens. This common detail of in a nursery could have been done with store bought wooden letters or pre-existing decal lettering. Instead, considering the position near the cityscape mural and under
“Berço do Eriko” — Anne Hilton
luciaz
fairy disney kids room
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girl's nursery 3
cool girl nursery...Tinker bell nursery...Gorgeous nursery...Fairy nursery
“cool” — mia_n8_h_4
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Maeve Rosalind's After the Rain Room
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Gender-neutral nursery. Really love the deep gray tones with bright, multicolored accents.
Wall flowers, nursery
Best nursery ever!...nursery idea.
“Like the dark wall and the birds” — ktlucier
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: A light-filled South Holland eclectic coastal home
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A bowler hat and mustache mobile add a graphic punch to this whimsical nursery.
From the trompe l'oeil wallpaper to the surrealist-inspired hat and mustache hanging over the cradle, this nursery is a far cry from most I see here in the States!Tell us: What do you think of Dutch design
you're looking for. Does your family like whimsy? This nursery was wallpapered in a home full of whimsical people; I just know it!
A playful art-inspired nursery gives a nod to Magritte's bowler paintings.
“Wallpaper” — millserella
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
Redwood Branch Trellises
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4-inch pots at your local nursery. Herbs like artemesia, chives, lemongrass, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, sorrel, thyme and santolina can also be planted. Remember that mint tends to aggressively take over a garden, so consider planting it while it's still in its plastic nursery pot to keep its roots from
Remove the bottom two sets of leaves from each transplant, whether nursery bought or started from seed. Dig a hole deep enough to cover the stem up to the bottom of the remaining leaves and add amendments. Set in the plants;
squash, tomatoes, tomatillos and endive will transplant well this month — look for healthy (free of pests and diseases) 4-inch pots at your local nursery. Herbs like artemesia, chives, lemongrass, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, sorrel, thyme and santolina can also be planted. Remember that mint tends
“natural supports for tomatoes” — nonnajojo
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