Sunday, March 10, 2013

Sweet Baby Talk



Transitional colors in this room will easily adapt as the child gets older. Teal and brown bedding is balanced by dividing the wall colors into broad stripes, and hot-air balloons hung from the ceiling provide extra stimulation.



A combination of fabrics, including toile, polka dots and plaid, are used to create a cottage-inspired nursery for a boy or girl.



A calming environment using all green products, including a solid wood crib, non-toxic paint and 100% organic accessories. The walls are painted green to represent growing and blue to add a calming effect.



A small space can still be transformed into a room for two with an elegant daybed and some smart space planning. The traditional crib and neutral palette also help to expand the room visually.



A calming blue hue, horizontal stripes and nautical accents are perfect for this seaside home.

Princess Nursery

The yellow-patterned walls combined with the antique-looking iron crib give this vampire's lair Venetian festival appeal. This nursery is fit for royalty — or at least the Italian Volturi coven.



This subdued nursery is accented in warm shades of gold. From the walls to the bedding pattern, with yellow hues create a calm atmosphere.

 
This nursery is fancy, over-the-top and full of personality. The tall rails of the crib frame, topped with a laced canopy, make this preppy country club room even more dramatic. 



This nursery is perfectly reminiscent of Bella and Edward's seaside honeymoon with its beach-inspired decor and cool ocean-blue walls.



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