Baby Rooms, Design Inspiration

Gallery Roundup: Let Us Lattice!

Chevron may be the trendiest pattern of the moment, but these lattice-patterned walls can create just as much impact in a nursery. Whether you use painter’s tape or a stencil to achieve the effect, the result is eye-catching and impressive. Take a look at some examples from the gallery—I love that the pattern looks great whether high-contrast or subtle, masculine or feminine.

Jackson’s Take on Contemporary


Baby Kate’s Nursery


Sawyer’s Yellow & Gray Nursery


Ariella’s Coral and Aqua Nursery


And we can’t leave out our very own Melisa’s son’s room! It was after all the room that helped spark the creation of Project Nursery!

Modern Baby Blue


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    Melisa, I have been reading Project Nursery for a very long time and I didn’t have any inkling that it was Chase’s room that started all these! I would love to see how it transitions to a toddler room soon!

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    Lattice work is easy to do if you get the hang of the tapes… and tremendously cute, as you could see here!

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    I know this is a really old post, but is there anyone that can tell me how wide the stripes are in Melisa’s son’s room and how far apart they are???? Thank you!

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