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Girl's Bedroom by McCroskey Interiors. Photography by Chad Jackson www.chadjacksonphoto.com
Nursery - mid-sized traditional girl carpeted nursery idea in Kansas City with pink walls — Houzz

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nlucare2 wrote:
Where is the crib from?
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The crib is Munire baby furniture. Thanks!
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Babies R Us - Baby Cache Heritage Collection
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shorty21 wrote:
Could you please tell me the approximate ceiling height in this room? Thanks!
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Yes that's exactly what you do! I've done this in the little girl's room (with pink walls), the blue nursery, black bedroom, and grey dining room. If you go into my pictures, look at the grey dining room with cream colored chairs, black lampshades on the buffet. This room had 9ft high ceilings with the taller crown and wainscoting so you can get an idea of what your room will look like. If you don't want to go through all of this, a 4 inch crown will still be beautiful! I think just taking the time to install any crown molding gives a room that "finished look" whether it's normal height or taller. You can also drop the trim 2-3 inches if you don't want it as tall if you decide to go this route. Your carpenter will know what to do. Also, on the wainscoting, treat it just the same way you would the crown. Have the carpenter install a chair rail and baseboard but when he gets ready to do the sections in between, have him nail the trim directly to the wall in rectangles or squares (however you want your wainscoting to look). Then he will paint the chair rail, trim on the wall, the wall in between and baseboards the same color and it will look like expensive wainscoting without the cost of wood panels. This is what we did in the little girl's room and grey dining room. Most house have this treatment on the walls vs wood sheets. It's more economical and looks just as beautiful.
Feel free to email me any more questions to lmccroskey@gmail.com.
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Sengerson
Where do you order the Kravet material? Thanks!
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corneille wrote:
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE COLOR OF THE WALLS?
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Gail Sedigh
I've admired this room for some time. An elegant and enchanting nursery.
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Caroline Garrett

Love, love, love the color....

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preya_bharrat wrote:
Can you tell me the exact color of the paint used on the walls? I love this color
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Susie Clark
Beautiful , love the wall color!
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Wanda O'Reilly
Classy room.
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barrasmp wrote:
What is the wall color????
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Lauren Halvorson
Is the bedding a custom matching color or was a baby pink bedding used?
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baseballgal

Hello! What a beautiful room...and a lucky little girl. May I ask where you got the three stacked suitcases? Also, what type of green plant is that? Thank you so much!


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torriaha wrote:
What size Picture frames did you use and what color . - I have 8x10 Photo what size frames should I purchase to achieve this look?
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The artwork was from an artist in Paris, purchased on Etsy. The frame size is approximately 18x22. Thanks!
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Jennifer Bland

where did you get that crib?

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angiebatch wrote:
Where is the bumper from?
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The bumper was made by the client's aunt. Thanks for your question!
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parisnov
What fabric are the curtains made of and what is the company?
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bjshep wrote:
Drapes - Do you mind sharing where the drapes were purchased and the fabric? Thanks. The room is absolutely stunning..
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The drapery fabric is to the trade only but we would be happy to price and help you purchase the fabric through mccroskeyinteriors.com. Thanks!
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laurenjmcpherson
May I have a price for the curtains in this room?
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bjshep wrote:
Drapes - I love the drapes. Were they custom made or purchased? Is so, where? The room is absolutely beautiful!
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Thank you for your comments! The draperies were custom, the fabric is by Kravet, called "Ivonne-716". Thanks!
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Love Kravet. Great Job!
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lyoung83 wrote:
Is the bedding pink and white? Hard to tell from the picture. Thanks! - I'm very familiar with the fabric used for the drapes and ottoman and was just wondering if the bedding you used is a soft pink and white and if not, what colors did you use? Also, is the paneling painted a bright white or something a little softer? Thank you!
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The bedding was a pale pink, the client already had the bedding. The trim was an off white/cream to soften the room. Thanks for asking!
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cdora
This room is so sophisticated and gorgeous. It has inspired me to paint the celling in my girls room porphyry pink color matched with BM.
What color off white did you use?
I would like to paint the walls a cream color.
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Sonia Weekes wrote:
Prints - Can u please tell me where the prints r from
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The prints are from an artist in Paris, you can find her work on Etsy under "GallerieAnais". Thanks!
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Sonia Weekes wrote:
Ottoman - Can u please tell me where I can find the storage box or ottoman thanks
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The storage ottoman was custom made. You can easily reproduce this look by finding an ottoman and having it recovered with your favorite fabric. Thanks for asking!
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bjshep wrote:
Drapes - I love these drapes and room color. It's really pretty.
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Thank you for commenting, the drapery fabric and paint color have been listed in previous questions. I appreciate your feedback!
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jshensky wrote:
Beautiful room! Can you tell me about the fabric on the chair? If purchased separately, where can where?
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The fabric on the chair can be purchased through mccroskeyinteriors.com. The chair is also for sale as well. Thanks for asking!
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salann2u wrote:
What color is the white trim?
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I do not have the name of the trim color, it was an off white/cream to soften the look of the room vs a standard white trim. Thanks for your question!
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srpurple01 wrote:
Where did the chair come from? - The white and pink chair.
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The chair came from KDR showroom. You can reproduce this look by recovering any nursing chair with a cream/pink toile fabric. Thanks!
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Kathrin Smith wrote:
Where did you get the prints above the crib? They are a beautiful collection!
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The prints above the crib are from an artist found on Etsy. Thanks!
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adrianna1216 wrote:
Who makes this rug? It's beautiful!
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The rug is from Pottery Barn Kids. Thanks!
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jentea wrote:
Wall Hangings - Where were the framed images above the crib purchased? Thanks, Jennifer
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The prints are from an artist in Paris named "Anais". Her work can be found on Etsy. Thanks!
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jbsaslowsky wrote:
Love the carpet in this room. - Please provide more information. Brand? Style? Color? Is it an area rug? Purchased where?
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Susie Cee wrote:
Where is the table in front of the window from? - I am looking for a table like this for my daughter's room. Beautiful room!
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ashlye22 wrote:
I love the urbanism! Where can I get them?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shane D. Inman added this to How to Choose the Right Window Treatment
Blackout curtains. Getting baby to sleep in the middle of the day can prove difficult with the sun blaring in — but not with blackout shades. Have a blackout lining — a very dense fabric that light can’t penetrate — sewn onto the back of any drapery fabric.Tip: For absolute darkness, install floor-to-ceiling drapes 18 inches past each side of the window. This will ensure that as little light as possible seeps in through cracks.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Your Guide to Window Treatments
Light control. How much light do you want entering into the room? Do you want the option to make the room completely dark or to just filter out some harsh rays in the middle of the day? Is a poorly situated streetlight irritating you at night? For media rooms and bedrooms, like the nursery shown here, you might want to consider adding a blackout lining to drapery panels and shades to prevent light penetration. See more on window treatments that block light

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Rebecca LeBlanc added this to Bedroom
Window treatment hanging ceiling to floor

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