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Bickfora B wrote:Mar 31, 2013
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    Frontier. I think you need to be a trade member to order from Surya. Not sure tho. If that is the case, let me know and I'm happy to order it for you and have it ship direct to your home.
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    Surya
    This rug is from the Frontier Collection http://surya.com/rugs/frontier/ft112/. We do not sell directly to consumers. Please visit your local furniture or interior design store for pricing.
Franchesca Peters wrote:Sep 16, 2015
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    Please see Q&A section as this info has already been listed there.


chattys82 wrote:May 25, 2015
violetadrey wrote:May 19, 2015
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    I believe the rocker was found on Amazon. The rug is from one of my trade sources.


lavila80 wrote:Jun 2, 2014
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    Buy Buy Baby is where the crib bedding was purchased from.
marnold518 wrote:May 29, 2014
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    I believe my client purchased the crib and changing table at Tot Tank.
nowjl wrote:May 4, 2014
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    Thanks. Nope, not a typo. BM has a few fandecks, and this color does exist. It's called Copper Patina, #619.
asantero wrote:Mar 1, 2014
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    I got it from one of my rug sources -- Surya. They only sell direct to the trade, and I'm happy to procure it for you. Or, you can try finding it on Rugs Direct as they sometimes carry this line.
tiana626 wrote:Jan 4, 2014
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    The trundle was actually purchased by my client, in conjunction with the original day bed she purchased from CB2 (Rory day bed). When kept that trundle frame and mattress since it worked under the West Elm bed.

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Pattern Focus: HoundstoothMar 24, 2015

Area rugs. If you’d rather bring some focus to the floor than your furniture, houndstooth area rugs are a good choice. Most are made in a large, graphic scale. The boldness of the scale is readable, and the pattern isn’t too visually busy. Houndstooth rugs look wonderful in modern schemes, but don’t think you need to limit their use to the living room. This houndstooth rug pulls this nursery together just fine.

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Nicole White Designs Interiors LLC added this to Discover the Rug Type Everyone WantsMay 23, 2013

Where Flat-Weave Rugs WorkThe oversize rug in this photo has two trendy factors: It's a flat-weave, and it's in a houndstooth pattern — a really popular pattern this season. The rug sits under all the key furniture pieces, making the room feel more connected. Tip: You can get away with many fun colors, patterns and textures in a nursery. Your child will be endlessly stimulated. Soft and colorful rugs like this also allow for a softer play zone when your child needs tummy time or just wants to roll around.

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Becky Harris added this to Double-Duty Function and Singular Style for a California NurseryMay 10, 2013

Konjicek-Segundo wanted to create balance on either side of the balcony door, but there wasn't room between the daybed and the wall for another bookshelf, so she added a large mirror from Ikea. The mirrors, bookshelf, window treatments and daybed add dashes of bright white to the orange, turquoise and gray palette. She also recommends a flat-weave rug like this one for kids' rooms. "It can take a lot of wear and tear; you can rock on it, pull the trundle out with ease and sit on it to play games," she says.Crib: Oeuf

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Margeaux Thomas added this to Girl NurseryApr 18, 2018

Daybed bookshelf, we already have a room this color, addition seating option looks nice

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Krissy McDermott added this to Kids RoomsJan 11, 2018

Konjicek-Segundo wanted to create balance on either side of the balcony door, but there wasn't room between the daybed and the wall for another bookshelf, so she added a large mirror from Ikea. The mirrors, bookshelf, window treatments and daybed add dashes of bright white to the orange, turquoise and gray palette. She also recommends a flat-weave rug like this one for kids' rooms. "It can take a lot of wear and tear; you can rock on it, pull the trundle out with ease and sit on it to play games," she says.Crib: Oeuf

cronamy
Amy added this to NurseryAug 8, 2017

Incorporates daybed into nursery...like all the patterns

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