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Navy Nursery by Lauen Liess
Eclectic gender-neutral carpeted nursery photo in DC Metro with black walls — Houzz

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lula wrote:
What kind of paint did you use on the stencilled fabric in the baby's room
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Royal Design Studio Stencils
And you can find the stencil at :)
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penny7712 wrote:
Tapestry - The tapestry is really neat, where did you get it? Thanks!
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Royal Design Studio Stencils
It's a stenciled fabric using our Indian Paisley stencils at
montanamodern wrote:
Where is the Mobile from?
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Lauren Liess Interiors
roomStyle wrote:
What kind of paint was used on the walls? - WHAT COLOR IS THIS NURSERY PAINT? iS IT HIGH GLOSS ?
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The Shabby Nest
Benjamin Moore's Old Navy is a similar color.
ccn9213 wrote:
Throw - Where is that awesome green velvet throw from?
thomroberts15 wrote:
Nice Crib - Could you please let me know who makes the crib?
operatta wrote:
Lights - We're did you get the lights from us and how much was it ???

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Stencils: All Grown Up and Sophisticated
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.
Lily Gahagan added this to Houzz Tour: Lauren Liess's Pure Style
Lauren made the canopy out of a stenciled drop cloth.
Kelly Porter added this to 10 Great Boy's Nursery Ideas
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.
Shawn Gauthier added this to 11 Ways to Remake a Room With Fabric
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.
Lauren Donaldson added this to Utility Fabrics That Go the DIY Distance
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.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jules & Kelly CS added this to Ranch Exterior
drop cloth on pergola - use vintage wooden stamps to glam it up.
rosiemosseri added this to rosiemosseri's Ideas
Add a strip of wallpaper in the middle of the wall
katyremodel added this to 1227
Benjamin Moore old navy high gloss

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