Baby Rooms, Design Reveal, Room Decor, Wall Decor

Color Love: Tiffany Blue + Lilac

Over the years, we’ve learned that the most important factor in designing a great nursery is to have parents who really love the room. Just this morning, we finished up a gorgeous nursery for a little girl, filled with touches made special by loving parents, and we couldn’t wait to share. We’re particularly enamored with the color scheme of Tiffany blue, lilac and hints of silver. Our color-loving client had this scheme in mind from the very beginning.

We can’t decide what’s more fun: the fabulous wallpaper, the custom silk bow, or the absolutely adorable canvas “Love” art, which they already owned.

Nursery Design by Little Crown Interiors

Although the primary color in this room is blue, the nursery just screams girly.

Nursery wall art

The baby’s soon-to-be auntie had this sweet little necklace made for her—it just couldn’t be more perfect displayed in her bedroom.

And, we couldn’t resist the urge to put a coordinating touch in the bathroom.

To this family—as with all our clients and all of you readers—we wish for endless happy memories in a joy-filled nursery.

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9 Comments

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    The wallpaper is so pretty! This would be so perfect with all-white furniture pieces.

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    That gemstones necklace is just so adorable! Are these glass beads? The necklace really makes a pretty little decorative item. And it would make a charming accessory for the little one, too.

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    Hi Gerri and Naomi: I just love what you did with this room! I have to admit am not too fond of lilac, but I think that these made the perfect accents to this blue room!

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    The damask wallpaper is just so gorgeous! It has such a classic and elegant and feminine feel to it.

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