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Mila’s Gold and Peach Nursery

When I found out I was having a girl I knew what I wanted her room to look like. Neutral with splashes of peach and gold!

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Remy’s Room

I wanted our baby girl’s nursery to not be drenched in pink, so opted for a coral, tan and ivory palette which incorporated handmade and vintage elements.

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DIY Neutral Baby Boy Nursery

Most of the items in this room were homemade and furniture was used from around the house or purchased used and repurposed.

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lovely lavender – nursery

Our goal was to create a nursery with the baby furniture we already had (from big sis), keep it traditional, coincide with the rest of our home but still have it’s own sweet character. We decided to add lavender paint to the all ready there taupe walls and accent the room with trim (made such a difference!) check our more details on my blog Simply PChee

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Bennett’s All American Nursery

We wanted a colorful but masculine nursery for our son, Bennett. We loved the traditional navy and white, and added some pops of royal, aqua and red.

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Chic and Sophisticated Boy’s Nursery

This chic and sophisticated nursery was created for Mac.  His parents wanted to do a safari themed nursery for him, but keep it sophisticated so it could grow with him and flow with the rest of their house.

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Baby M’s Nursery

We’re working on a gender neutral nursery. We love reading, traveling, and all things vintage. Most everything, including the crib quilt, will be made by me.These are our thoughts so far. Do you have any ideas for us?