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Readers’ Favorite: Neutral Chevron Nursery

Just as we thought we had seen all the great ways to use chevron stripes, along comes this fabulous project by joyestjoy. You took a current popular trend of chevron walls and made it completely your own by changing the individual stripe colors and matching the room accessories so thoughtfully to the stripes. The repainted dresser, also used as a changing table, adds a special touch. Thank you for giving us a fresh take on chevron!

Neutral Chevron Nursery by joyestjoy
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  • Lisapeck

    I’m really not a fan of chevron. All those squiggly lines give me a headache. I’d make an exception of this one though!

  • Tasha Cune

    What do you mean you’re not a fan of chevron? I think that it’s one of the easiest ways to combine really nice colors and make it look congruent with each other!

  • Faye Pearson

    I love that this chevron wall has three colors and not just the usual two.

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