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Gallery Round Up: She’s Got the Blues

Thank goodness we decided a long time ago that jeans weren’t just for boys. When paired with the right accessories or favorite top, a lot of us agree that when wearing jeans we feel our most feminine. Here are some fearless home nursery designers who said “blue isn’t just for the boys.”

This bright blue nursery will comfortably sleep any girl or boy. Soft personal touches, like baby’s first tutu were added to make the room subtly gender specific.

Ava’s blue nursery plays with both traditional colors, pink and blue!

This nesting doll nursery was inspired by the classic egg-shaped toys. The colors for this little girl’s room were kept neutral with liberal pops of baby blue.

Do you have blue in your daughter’s nursery? Share your designs with us by uploading to our Project Gallery. You never know when you may see your work in our weekly gallery round up!


Friday 17th of December 2010

I agree with the comments above, we need to get away from the traditional boy and girl color schemes. Great collection!


Tuesday 14th of December 2010

These rooms a simply lovely! Who would have guessed that blue would be a soft enough to be appropriate for a girl. I so love Ava's nursery!

Thursday 9th of December 2010

I love blue in a girls nursery. One of my absolute favorite nurseries submitted to my site is blue with dusty pink.

Felicia, I think blue is perfect for girls in any shade as long as it is paired with the right accent colors and accessories. Here's a navy blue one that I think could work for a boy or a girl.


Wednesday 8th of December 2010

I think that it's high time we break the image of what's traditional and what's not. I find that these pastel blues are very feminine, even if they are traditionally for boys. I would love to see nurseries for little girls that feature deeper shades of blue such as navy or even dark sky blue!