Lakeside HomeTraditional Nursery, Minneapolis

Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen

Example of a classic gender-neutral carpeted nursery design in Minneapolis with blue walls —  Houzz
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Jason Trotter wrote:Dec 6, 2012
  • joeyrebecca
    is it oil based trim and wainscoting? Glossy or flat? We are getting it in our foyer, up the stairs and dining room and I am confused. Please assist.
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    Interiors By Holly
    All the trim and cabinetry (as well as wainscoting) is Dover White oil based enamel in a satin finish. Hope that helps!
nicolelleb wrote:Sep 24, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Sure. Glad that you like the room. Lisa
  • ladyyb
    Thanks for granting me permission to use your photo. Can I kindly ask where you sourced the mural and picture on the wall from.
huntbz wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • vl1234

    where did you find the frame "some things.....". thanks


  • vl1234

    sorry I found the answer.


Alex White wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • cgerard143
    too sweet for words…love the hints of color….
  • Bard
    Any idea what the paint color on the walls is?
Amber wrote:Jul 20, 2013
  • Julia Koosha

    Is this the Martine crib without the top canopy part?

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    Design By Lisa

    Yes it is. We have the rails cut down so that we wouldn't have the canopy. Thanks for your interest in our project. Lisa

lckiral wrote:Mar 13, 2013
  • lezer
    what finish is the paint
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    Design By Lisa
    The paint on the ceiling is a flat finish. Thanks for asking. Lisa
Jennifer Kuo wrote:Sep 28, 2012
  • Jennifer Kuo
    Thank you!
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    Lumina Pets
    Hi jeuko00....good luck with decorating the nursery....If you need any lighting ideas we have a great range of fun animal lamps for kids like the one below at www.luminapets.com
Carrie Peacock wrote:Mar 30, 2012
  • lisab3711
    Where did you get that wall piece "Some things are worth the wait"? I love it!
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    Design By Lisa
    I have that tagged so if you click on it you can go directly to the artist's site on Etsy, but I will leave it for you here also: http://www.pamelajoycedesigns.etsy.com/.

    Thanks for asking, Lisa
kaseynicholas wrote:Dec 16, 2011
  • kaseynicholas
    Thank you so much! Getting ready for our baby boy to arrive and I love this! Thank you!
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    Design By Lisa
    Good luck!
Tanya Newman wrote:Dec 6, 2011
  • Tanya Newman

    Sorry it took so long to post a pic. I have had a busy last few weeks! Ok here is the room, as you can see a bit dated and formal so I am looking to update it and want to do something that leans to more transitional so I was thinking that the ceiling light and rug is a must go and probably the window drapes. Wasn't sure if there was a way to update the room and keep the buffet and dining table but the furniture screams formal so I am thinking I need to update it all.

morticia0 wrote:Jan 11, 2014
Erica S wrote:Mar 1, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    The paint color is Benjamin Moore 1626 Gentle Grey. Thanks for asking. Lisa
  • bhemp5
    Lisa, thank you for posting these answers. What is the color of the chair rail down...whitish color and finish?
huntsville wrote:Feb 17, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    I'm afraid that I don't have the manufacturers information on the carpet. I can tell you that it is a Nylon tip shear style carpet. I hope that is helpful. Lisa
  • melissaciampa
    hi do you know which bedding from restoration hardware was chosen? im curious to find out what color this is?
Carol Benade wrote:Sep 6, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    The paint color is Benjamin Moore #1626 Gentle Grey. Thanks for asking. Lisa
  • maritajb
    Beautiful
meganlehmann1 wrote:Aug 20, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    We used a creme colored dresser in this room and liked the way that it turned out. Because it was a nursery I was comfortable with having both light fiurniture and light wainscotting. It also kept the furniture neutral so that it could be used in either a boy's or a girl's room. I think that a light wood finish would work well also if you wanted to go in that direction.The wood color that Restoration Hardware uses for their pieces would blend well with the other colors in this room.

    Good luck!
    Lisa
  • meganlehmann1
    Thanks, Lisa! Great room! Absolutely adorable.
Jenelle Masi wrote:Aug 17, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Sorry for the confusion. The wainscotting and the other trim in the room is all Sherwin Williams Dover White. I thought that we had used Creamy on this project and gave that answer to some of the earlier questions. They are very close in color, but the Dover White is a little bit lighter than Creamy.

    Hope that helps,
    Lisa
  • Jenelle Masi
    That helps a lot thank you for your reply!
sarajcurtis wrote:Jul 12, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    I wish that I could be more helpful, but my client ordered this chair on her own. I can tell you that the colors in the photo are pretty accurate. The chair fabric is a linen color and the welt (piping) is a light cream color.
    Good luck!
    Lisa
  • Yasmín
    Looks like it could be a Little Castle chair...
missrench wrote:May 3, 2012
  • Emily H
    I think I've seen similar ones on Etsy. Some great stuff available there.
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    Design By Lisa
    This is something that the client purchased on her own so I'm not sure where it is from, but I agree with the other answer - Etsy isa great resource for items like this. Good Luck!
kaseynicholas wrote:Feb 8, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    So glad that you like the nursery. Here are my thoughts: If you don't have the creme colored painted wainscotting like this room has I would go with the antigue ivory finiah on the crib and the dresser. If you do have painted wainscotting I would recommend going with a finish that will stand out against it - the espresson / dark cherry sounds like it might be a softer color than the black so I would think that would be a good choice, but either would work and would probably look close to the pewter finish used in this room. Whichever way you go I would have the dresser and the crib in the same finish.
    Good luck - I'm sure that your room will look great!
  • kaseynicholas
    Thank you so much! I do have the creme wainscotting so I will go with a darker stained furniture! I was concerned the brown would not compliment the gray tones in the wall color, but I feel better now! Thank you:)
kaseynicholas wrote:Jan 29, 2012
kaseynicholas wrote:Jan 21, 2012
  • PRO
    Design By Lisa
    The trim is painted in Sherwin Williams color Creamy.

    Good luck with your nursery!
  • kaseynicholas
    Thank you so much!
mcd350 wrote:Jan 15, 2012
oddirect wrote:Feb 26, 2016
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    Design By Lisa

    The wall color is Benjamin Moore 1626 Gentle Grey. Thanks for your interest in our project. Lisa

zawade wrote:Aug 30, 2013
  • mattkels
    The artwork is available thru esty.com. Each piece is custom made.
Nicole Campbell wrote:Feb 3, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    We had the draperies custom made through a local showroom. The fabric is from Designers Guild. Thanks for asking. Lisa
hendersonfamily wrote:Nov 4, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    This room measures 11' x 10'9". I hope that is helpful. Lisa
meganlehmann1 wrote:Aug 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Design By Lisa
    It is all painted the same color.
    Thanks for asking, Lisa
jenniferlgarin wrote:Jun 30, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    We had a contractor do that for us. I think that he used a metal saw , or possibly a pipe cutter. The rods are hollow. I know that Home Depot usually has a metal cutter at their stores that they use to cut down fence rails so they might be able to do that for you also.

    Good luck
    Lisa
Starla Hester wrote:Jun 22, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Here is a link to the artist's Etsy site: http://www.pamelajoycedesigns.etsy.com/.
    I don't know if the page shows up for you this way, but when it says that the photo has tags you can click on that and it will show you information about anything in the photo that has been tagged - it is a great shortcut.

    I hope that you get to put this in your new nursery!

    Lisa
goldiesgirl wrote:Jan 22, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    The crib and the bedding are both from Restoration Hardware. the crib is
    their Martine crib in Pewter finish (We had the canopy cut down) and the bedding is the Belgian Linen Srtipe in color Shore.
Lindsay wrote:Dec 20, 2011
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    Design By Lisa
    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you - had to do a little research to find out where my client purchased the chair and ottoman. The chair and ottoman are made by Little Castle and the fabric for the draperies is Designers Guild, style: Chalk Farm.
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