Kids RoomTraditional Nursery, Providence

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Nursery - traditional boy dark wood floor nursery idea in Providence with blue walls —  Houzz
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jennagalikas wrote:Jan 22, 2015
  • ttricia

    As a follow up, what would you do to adapt this room for an older pre-teen boy? I love the feel of this room.

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    NSR HANDCRAFTS

    Wow, so nice room!

stephaniemwebb1 wrote:Jul 25, 2012
  • Meagen Gagnebin
    where did you find the rug?
  • jgoody5
    can you share where you found the red and white stripped tote?
Aimee Coia wrote:Sep 18, 2011
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    Sterling Rugs
    I can make the exact !
  • ddrettew
    Rugsusa.com
petac wrote:Apr 28, 2013
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    Gotcha Covered
    I got similar dressers from Target a few years ago for my boys rooms...Blueberry was the name
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    Simply Tangerine
    Hi Kate, I have a very, very similar dresser in my son's room that was found at Salvation Army and I too painted it Kensington Blue. Needless to say, I love it! :-) Great room!
lynsayroe wrote:Nov 22, 2011
  • Sharon @ Desert Willow Lane
    Love the blue wall and dresser. What's the paint color? Beautiful room!
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    Kate Jackson Design
    The wall color in blue is Ben Moore's Kensington Blue 840.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
Renee Huneycutt wrote:Oct 7, 2013
sarahgharrelson wrote:Jul 17, 2011
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Yes, rug (no longer avail) and basket are from Pbarn and the pain color on the wall and bureau is Ben Moore's kensington blue.
  • cdl68
    What color white did you use with the blue?
Rayna Finnicum wrote:Apr 5, 2014
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    Kate Jackson Design
    The brand is Joules and they were purchased at Teddy Bearskins :)
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    Cocoweb
    Your room is no neat and organized. I love your idea of storage. I think if you put a picture light above the photo, the bedroom will be more bright and special.
jferraro17 wrote:Feb 8, 2014
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Ben Moore newburyport blue.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
  • colorlessgreen
    Is it Newburyport or Kensington blue? I've seen both in comments on this thread :)
Mike Laznik wrote:Dec 15, 2013
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Thanks - the rug is from Pottery Barn and I don't think it's still available.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
  • Nanci Dumsha_Gardner
    Uttermost carries one like this, I think it is called Bermuda in Cobalt and 2 other blues as well as Paprika
Studio B Design Group wrote:Mar 5, 2013
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Ikea.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
  • sl32962
    I love the rug! Where can I find it?
dsmigel wrote:Nov 27, 2013
Tonya McKinney Allgood wrote:Jun 23, 2013
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Very fun! I'd bring in some art that includes these 3 colors.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
melissahayes wrote:May 20, 2013
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Blue accent wall is Ben Moore's Kensington Blue.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
laciecox wrote:Aug 2, 2012
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    Kate Jackson Design
    The Jenny Lind crib was purchased from Land of Nod.

    Thanks for asking!
    Kate
sarahgharrelson wrote:Jul 22, 2011
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    Kate Jackson Design
    Thank you -- it's from Duralee fabrics.
    Very fun fabric for a kid's room!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kmsalterdesign
KMSalter Design added this to How to Decorate a Nursery to Grow With Your BabyMay 26, 2015

This nursery is the perfect blend of baby and adult thanks to its coloring. The strong red and blue, mixed with a white neutral, establishes a space that can last into the tween years.

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

Once you learn your new baby will be a girl or a boy, preparations of all kinds ensue. I still vividly remember that moment for us more than 35 years ago. We were into chocolate and creams and reds back then, so that was the design direction Matia’s dad’s nursery took. These parents chose a captivating nautical theme, which is greatly enhanced by the deep blue wall. Painting the dresser the same color as the wall was a stroke of genius in this nursery.

cninteriors
Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Oh, Baby! 12 Ideas to Get a Chic Nursery RollingJun 23, 2013

11. Use clothes as accessories. Hang hooks on the walls and display cute baby outfits. Open shelves and hooks make clothes and hats easy to access.

cathylara
Cathy Lara added this to 17 Ways to Cozy Up Your Home for FallOct 4, 2012

An outerwear display. When you've readied your home for fall, your beach gear will be stored away, leaving hooks, hangers and shelves with room for boots and coats. The winter clothes offer a visual cue the season has changed (without your spending a dime on seasonal decor).

raenovate
Rachel Grace added this to The Single Crib Style That's Ideal for Any NurseryAug 21, 2012

Thanks to its simple design, Jenny Lind furniture is easy to pair with vibrant patterns. The white crib, chain-link rug and whimsical Roman shade fabric in this nursery prove just that.

cathylara
Cathy Lara added this to Dreamy Clean Kids' RoomsMar 1, 2012

9. Scour the toy basket. You never really know what you're going to find at the bottom of the toy basket — but it's really important that you find out. Wipe the inside and outside of your child's toy containers according to their material and vacuum for added measure. Clean plastic toys and board games with disinfecting wipes. Disinfect plush toys by running them through a gentle wash or freezing them overnight. (Germs don't survive in the freezer.)When it comes to purging the toy basket, Tsh Oxenreider (pronounced "Tish") from Simple Mom recommends the following steps: "Sort through the toys with your children, toss out any broken toys or ones with missing parts and select the ones they've outgrown — those are all the ones going into your donate box. I find that the fewer toys my kids have, the more they play with them."

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Give Kids' Rooms a BoostFeb 19, 2012

10. It's your house too.It is totally possible to create a child-friendly home that is also stylish and hip. This was much harder years ago, but with all the new children's products on the market, plus the wealth of ideas on home design websites like Houzz and in other media, we now have some incredible resources at our fingertips. Don't be afraid to extend your style into your child's room. We spend a lot of time in our children's rooms, especially when they are young, so it's important to take the time to make them appealing to us as well.Now it's your turn to chime in.Tell us: What are your thoughts on decorating children's spaces? Challenges? Tips? What works for you?More Decorate With Intention: Create a Vision for Your HomeMore:Kids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessKids at Work: A Kids' Office Space in Your Home

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

As your beautiful baby boy grows older, you'll have challenges keeping him organized. So, why not start with great storage now? Cubbies, hooks and baskets can be an early lesson in organization.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

homesa_ha
Homesa General Contractors Inc. added this to Small Spaces Tips and TricksAug 12, 2019

furniture in the same color as your walls

vrmubaiwa
vrmubaiwa added this to Kiddies RoomJun 26, 2019

The coat hanger. Outfit for next day can be out there

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Christina added this to NurseryJun 23, 2019

Love the Union Jack flag. Not a big fan of the rest of it.

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