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Inspiration for a contemporary gender-neutral light wood floor nursery remodel in New York with multicolored walls
SISSY+MARLEY
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Oliver's Neutral Star Nursery

Gender-neutral nursery featuring SISSY+MARLEY for Lucky Star Walk wallpaper in Rain.

Inspiration for a contemporary gender-neutral light wood floor nursery remodel in New York with multicolored walls —  Houzz

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C M wrote:August 27, 2014
Love this crib - where is it from?

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    SISSY+MARLEY
    This crib is made by DucDucNYC.
J N wrote:September 8, 2014
Where is the wallpaper from?

caseydcarey wrote:September 19, 2014
Where is the bunny print from? Love it!!!

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    SISSY+MARLEY
    This print is from The Animal Print shop.
lucieyvonne wrote:August 19, 2015
How did you make the stars?

- Paint? Decal? Wallpaper?

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    ladreinee
    looks like decals. paint the wall the color you want the stars to be... place the decals where ever you'd like the paint the wall again with the outer color... trick is don't let the paint on the second coat dry before you peel the decals off..
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    SISSY+MARLEY

    Hi. This wallpaper is LUCKY STAR in Rain by SISSY+MARLEY for JILL Malek. Available here: http://www.sissyandmarley.com/shop/.

awrob229 wrote:December 30, 2015
Cute stuffed animals! Where are they from?

- Wondering where to find the cloth toys in the project?

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    SISSY+MARLEY

    Hi. We purchased many of these goodies at Norman & Jules from designers like Maileg and Lucky Boy Sunday.

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