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1,536 babies Eclectic Home Design Photos
Leftover baby's breath from a project adds a lovely hint of spring. Dana specializes in weddings and events, and was selected in the fall 2012 to reinterpret David Whitney and Philip Johnson's florals for the iconic Glass House in Connecticut.See more photos of this house
Jeff Jones Snap It Photography
created the framed art piece of a tree — ribbon and zippers form the tree trunk; the paper border is made from the Mourner's Hymn — as a memorial to a baby the couple lost to a miscarriage.Wall paint: Rainstorm and Languid Blue, Sherwin-Williams
Julie Ranee Photography
Favorites: Atlantic Giant, Baby Bear, Big Max, Connecticut Field, Cotton Candy, Howden's Field, Jack Be Little, Jack O’Lantern, Jarrahdale, Little October, Long Island Cheese, Lumina, Musqee de Provence, Prizewinner Hybrid, Red Warty Thing, Rouge Vif d’Etampes (Cinderella), Small Sugar (New England
nat the fat rat
to communicate 'yes' or 'change in course,'" explains Natalie. "We bought it because we had just moved back to the city, were about to have our first baby and we felt like it could be our family mascot."Blue cooler console and basket: Home Goods
A Photographer's Garden Studio
This is the walker's view at the end of this particular path. Although it is wide open at the moment, there is a new archway and a series of baby trees planted to create a second restful walkway. Notice how the bulk planting on the left draws your eye towards the right and the follows the angle of
My Houzz: Modern Dutch home combines vintage and Asian touches
This gorgeous vintage cupboard adds retro charm to the room, while another modern classic provides comfortable seating for long feeding sessions when baby comes along. The vintage Verner Panton chair was given to Van der Burg as a gift from a former employer. The one-piece plastic chair designed by one
Baby Isla's room. Quilt with hand-appliqued alphabet made by Abbey.
The framed portrait is a pastel of Zervas that her grandmother drew when she was a toddler. "I knew I'd frame this for the nursery, regardless of the baby's gender," she says.Chair: Chevron, Land of Nod; orange pillow, side table, lamp: HomeGoods