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Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
Modern Vintage Nursery
Yellow for nursery take 2
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Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
RN Interior Design
Chair for nursery-neutral color with gender specific color pillow
Nursery colors...coral girl nursery...moulding in nursery...Girl Nursery
Regan Baker Design
neutral nursery is harder than it looks. Having different gender twins made it impossible to go overboard on a theme. The budget was kept light, with the exception of the statement furniture, something easily transportable to the next home, since a future move was inevitable. Theme: Trees and animals.
life in nursery. Maybe Diana
Alice Lane Home Collection
Jack Harlie's Nursery
cute nursery. needs more neutral coloring.
treatment for nursery
for our nursery as well.
in next nursery...colors boy nursery...Nursery layout...Harlie's Nursery
A Baby Girl's Nursery - Chevrons and Dots
Girl's Nursery - Chevrons and Dots
A.S.D. Interiors - Shirry Dolgin, Owner
girls nursery designed by Shirry Dolgin. Bright and Pink design for children's room. Playful atmosphere.
Dress up the ceiling in the nursery. Babies
Cute nursery! I love the lanterns hanging from the ceiling!
Chic Nursery...girls nursery...pink nursery!...Chic Nursery
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
In a nursery, use wicker baskets to store all those diapers, baby wipes and ointments. Place it on or near the changing table.Stuffed-animal mayhem. Use a wicker basket to hold all those small stuffed animals in a nursery. The soft, lightweight material is perfect for the space.
essential nursery item is a changing station. You don't need a dedicated changing table; it just takes up room. The best solution I have found is placing the changing pad on top of a dresser. When your baby grows, the changing pad will come off and you will still have a great piece for storage. You can take
from this nursery and let a full-size dresser double as a changing table. With a changing pad on top, there is still room to keep essentials at hand, and the drawers can store extra diapers and supplies. Later, simply remove the pad and your child can continue to use the dresser for many years to come.