Much like trading in a sporty car for a 4-door, growing families are also faced with evaluating their living quarters. Many urban dwellers seek suburbia for added space and a calmer environment. Below are rooms from our readers who have embraced their city spots when it was time for baby.
Not only does this Toronto nursery have a skyscraper view, but it has some of my favorite urban features like exposed brick and concrete ceilings.
Kingston is an urban prince in his downtown loft nursery. Soft linens, plush rugs and some graffiti personalization add warmth to this space.
Live the city life, but crave the classic decor? This NYC nursery offers a view of downtown, but has a more traditional feel.
Are you currently decorating an urban nursery or playroom? Tell us about it in our comment section and upload your finished design to our Project Gallery.
Tuesday 25th of January 2011
Great collection of design inspirations here Adrienne. I guess the lesson is that you should never get bogged down by your living quarters. Instead, you should incorporate the elements that you cannot change and then make the place your own.