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BeachTransitional Nursery, Orlando

Example of a transitional boy nursery design in Orlando with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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James Weske / JW Design, LLC added this to 7 Building Blocks for Creating Your Dream NurserySep 22, 2017

4. Materials. That brings us to choice of materials that are safe for baby and family. Steer clear of wall-to-wall carpet. Babies make thousands of messes that become harder and harder to clean, plus the glues and fibers can be hazardous to infants’ systems — think of how often their mouths and hands spend in close proximity to the floor. Area rugs offer the opportunity to spot-clean, replace, easily change themes and add color or creativity.

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Seulement pour table d’appoint et l’habillage de fenêtre

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