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Gallery Roundup: Name Art

We spend so much time picking out our baby’s name that it’s no wonder that we want to celebrate it once we’ve made the big decision. Many of our readers have come up with creative ways to display their babies’ names in the nursery. Take a look at these examples of name art that we found in our gallery.

 
Raya + Mason’s Twin Nurser
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Boy’s Modern + Vintage Room
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Clearly Modern Nursery
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Ryo’s Airplane Room
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Jordyn’s Room
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Baby Ames Nursery
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Noah’s Nursery
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Kellan’s Modern Nursery
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Jackson’s Room
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  • http://www.poshtots.com/ PoshTots

    All of these name display ideas are absolutely adorable! The Crossword names are brilliant for a shared room. It is similar to our Crossword wall art that reads “Imagine. Dream. Believe.” http://www.poshtots.com/decor/wall-art-by-theme/wall-letters/crossword-wall-art/23/1450/1345/14746/poshproductdetail.aspx

  • MarissaS

    I like the giant scrabble tiles, too. I have come across so many lovely name art in the galleries that it’s hard to keep track of them.

  • MapleSyrup

    When it comes to name art, I like those in monogram style. They look so elegant and classy.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/emmaliz/ Elizabeth

    I love name art! Here’s what we did in my son Owen’s nursery –
    http://projectnursery.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/IMG_5517-1024×682.jpg

  • Tasha Cune

    That Wyatt name art looks really unique and interesting. I wonder what that is made of.

  • Zen

    To Tasha: That’s actually made of rope and wire.

    My eyes aren’t on the letters though, but on the zebra head and the wooden toy storage unit.

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