Navy Nursery by Lauen Liess
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Stencils are not just for walls. Here a stencil is used to create a design on fabric. For this room Lauren of Pure Style Home stenciled a length of fabric, which then became a canopy in a nursery.
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Very dark colors can be intimidating to use in a baby's room (or anywhere in your home), but navy blue walls work great in this nursery. The dark color creates a cozy feel while the lighter fabrics add brightness.
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Instead of the traditional framed artwork above your child’s crib, consider creating a small canopy with fabric. You can create something like this at home with a bolt of inexpensive muslin, stencils and paint.
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Like muslin, drop cloth is neutral and simple. You may want to add detail or color to integrate it better with your decor. This talented DIYer stamped a pattern onto a large sheet of drop cloth and draped it over the baby's crib. Originally an inexpensive utility fabric, it's now transformed into a glamorous textile.