I love the bold blues in this set. It's perfect for a nursery that also has to double as a guest room.
I like this set because it has bold color, yet it has the flexibility of working for either a boy's or a girl's nursery.
This is a fresh take on the classic color combo of pink and green for a girl. I like this because it has a hint of prep with an adventurous spirit.
You really can't go wrong with this set. It is gender neutral, serene and usable in any decor (depending on what style of furniture you pair it with).
Annette Tatum has created a suzani pattern that still looks childish and nursery appropriate. Combining turquoise and coral is always a winning combination, and the subdued tone of this set is perfect for a baby.
The colors in this lavender set are so pretty and versatile. As you can see from this photo, they even look pretty in a blue room. If you are looking for a lavender crib set for your girl, this is the best one out there.
This delicate, small-scale suzani crib set is very sweet and playful. The combination of colors gives you many starting points for accessorizing.
This soft color palette actually works for a guest room or your daughter's room. It's a nice set that does not look overly childish.
This suzani bedding set is wonderful for the tomboy who does not like pink yet still wants a feminine touch in her room. It's sophisticated yet sweet.
Pink and orange are successfully paired together again in this bedding set. The suzani pattern is subdued yet successfully incorporated into this design.
I'm seeing lavender more and more in children's bedding, and I love the color. Lavender is usually always paired with green, but I like it how this set pairs it with yellow and pink instead for an unexpected twist.
This set works for either a boy or a girl. Yes, the suzani print is a stylized flower, but pair it with a chevron pattern and blue and yellow, and it would be a stellar set for a twins' shared bedroom.
This is an appropriate suzani pattern for boys. John Robshaw has done it again!
This suzani duvet is a graphic take on the traditional pattern. The deep bold colors make it perfect for a teen bedroom.
With Tangerine Tango being the 2012 Pantone Color of the Year, you can't go wrong with adding orange into your decor. Orange and blue might be one of my favorite color combinations, and this pillow blends the colors so well.
A suzani pattern in a traditional color combination of blue and gold makes this a fabulous throw pillow for a Mediterranean-inspired home.
Every teen girl likes purple. Throw this pillow onto her bed for a pop of pattern, and she will be happy. It is also sophisticated enough to take her to college.
I'd toss this throw pillow onto a glider or rocker to help give an eclectic vibe to a nursery. The primary color combination works well for a boy or girl.
This is a fun interpretation of suzani. I like the oversize scale of the print in the preppy color combination of pink and navy.
Even Pottery Barn is jumping on the suzani bandwagon. I actually really like this duvet because it is mostly white, so the suzani patterns actually look more like large floral bursts.
I like the affordable price point and the subtle, nursery-appropriate colors of this rug.
Blue nurseries for girls are so chic and unexpected. This suzani rug helps add a feminine flair to any room needing a blue accent.
The deep and bold colors in this suzani rug are the perfect inspiration for your child's room. Paint the walls Wedgewood blue, add orange accents and white furniture, and you have a fabulous design!
I want this rug not only for my child's room, but for my own room as well! I love the pattern and color combinations.
This fabric is perfect for the girl who loves pink and adventure! I'd use it for a bumper and crib skirt.Next: Using Suzanis in Your Decor