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Zoe + Grayson’s Twin Nursery



  • brookeashalb

    i like i LOT of rooms on this site, and used to have a favorite, but this definitely surpassed them all! it’s fun, it’s grown up, yet still baby appropriate, just absolutely perfect. amazing job. i’m a huge photography fan, and i love the preggo belly and baby face framed photos! congratulations!!!

  • brookeashalb

    i like A LOT, not i like i LOT. baby brain over here :)

  • TheLifeofPi

    Absolutely fell in love with this room.  By far one of the best nurseries I’ve seen on PN!

  • anialasagna

    LOVE the little rocking horse. Can you tell me where you got it? :)

  • CarlyO

    You are all so sweet! Thank you! :)
    @anialasagna, the rocking horse was a gift from my best friend…I believe it was Pottery Barn.

  • ormegirl3

    Oh my! Love this. Can CarlyO please share the brand and paint color of this room… it is perfect! Thanks :)

  • CarlyO

    We had the paint custom-mixed at Lowes, and it’s actually the no-VOC Olympic paint. The color accuracy was great with the paint + it’s safe. That was really important to us.

  • Ysczabel

    I agree that this is a great room.  I usually avoid grey because I personally think it’s dreary.  But having a bright window and a thin curtain over it, and the room’s burst of color really offsets the grey.

  • cottonlily

    Your floors are gorgeous! They really set the darker colors off. Is it maple? This room seems very natural to me with the stained wood trim (ah I miss that!), the beautiful floors, colorful fabric, even the textural rocking horse. I love this room – not too matchy-matchy or eclectic.

  • alicebilyeu

    I am in LOVE with this!  I am prego with our 3rd child & we are going to put our 6 year old & 4 year old in a room together.  I am going to TRY to create something like this for their room.  Questions: do you have any recent pics of additions you’ve made to the room?  And, did you make the wall art? I’m thinking I could incorporate some girly prints (not too girly though) & boyish prints to hang above each of their beds…….Anyway, thanks for the inspiration! :)  

  • CarlyO

    Thanks everyone! Our house is from 1930 and the floors are a rare Northern Wisconsin wood–yellow birch. @Alicebilyeu, yes, we made the wall art by wrapping canvases in some of our favorite fabrics bought at a local store. No more recent pics for now…still searching for that perfect mobile + bookshelf! :)

  • ChrisB

    Where did you get your furniture from (crib & changing table)? I love how it looks.

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