Camo + ColorTransitional Nursery, San Francisco

Photo- Peter Medilek

Inspiration for a transitional gender-neutral nursery remodel in San Francisco with gray walls —  Houzz
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Kim Glenn wrote:Aug 15, 2011
  • badgerfan
    How would I go about getting this shade made? What are the specs you used? Love it!!!
  • amwaterh
    I'm interested in finding out where you custom ordered the blinds as well.
kdmillman wrote:Sep 11, 2012
  • myrena19
    Could you please tell me where I might find that Vitra poster?
  • bushrat
    Where can I get the Wall art?
moboco5 wrote:Aug 17, 2011
  • moboco5
    Thanks so much for the reply. I appreciate your taking the time. I have an 11 year old that is obsessed with them!
  • marcialartsetsyshop
    You can purchase a sock monkey pillow from me at Thanks ; )
Shirley T wrote:Aug 15, 2011
Amie Sherry wrote:Aug 17, 2011
  • Amy Harthun
    Where is this wall paper from? I was intending to hand paint one wall in camo but this would be so much easier!
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Heather Case wrote:Nov 2, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to A Place of His Own: Boy's First BedroomOct 24, 2013

    Take great enjoyment in decorating your son’s nursery while he is still blessedly without an opinion. (If you are lucky, that will last until he is about 3, then all bets are off.) This charcoal and acid-yellow color scheme with its mix of stripes and camouflage is both masculine and stunning. And don’t you love the lime-green blanket?

    Nicole White Designs Interiors LLC added this to Runway to Room: Fall in Line With CamouflageApr 24, 2013

    You can go bold with this trend by layering it on all your walls. It works well here because the wallpaper has gray tones, so it doesn't overwhelm the space. Cheerful dashes of yellow and green show up in artwork, a chair and a blanket. This room is designed for one stylish kid. Tip: If having wallpaper installed is too pricey, then consider stenciling a camouflage pattern onto the walls and filling in your design with paint. It's a look you can achieve at a fraction of wallpaper's cost.How to Use an All-Over Wall Stencil

    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Sophisticated Family-Friendly FlatFeb 10, 2012

    The couple used this room as a nursery (as shown) when they first moved in. Now that their son is older, they've swapped the crib for a twin bed, a very easy transformation from baby to bigger boy bedroom.Wallpaper: Porter's Paints; crib: Nurseryworks

    Natalie Myers added this to Nursery Essentials: What You Really NeedJan 10, 2012

    Dark window shades or blackout curtains are very important for nap time. It takes a while for your baby to start sleeping normally outside of the womb. Dark shades or curtains will help you get them down for naps much quicker and enjoy some me time while you can grab it.

    Kelly Porter added this to 10 Great Boy's Nursery IdeasAug 11, 2011

    In this contemporary nursery, gray and white patterns anchor the space and allow the yellow accents to give just the right amount of visual pop.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    nevadaavenue added this to Victoria’s NurseryJan 13, 2019

    I like the solid color with the accent stripe

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