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Poppy Red, Coral and Pink Nursery

We wanted a clean aesthetic that flowed with the style of the rest of our home which has an earthy modern feel.  The goal was to develop a calming space with colors and fabrics that would grow along with our little girl.  We kept the walls fairly neutral and used a color palette of poppy red, coral and orchid pink to give the room some personality.
Photos courtesy of Sarah Maxey Photography.

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Calm and Soothing Nursery

I designed this nursery for my sweet baby boy.  We wanted a nursery that was calm and soothing…easily changed to work for a baby girl later on…and not too babyish!  The walls are grey, the linens are white, and the furniture is mostly white.  The bookshelves and woven shade are chocolate.

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Twins Neutral Elegance Nursery

This Neutral and super Elegant Twins Nursery was one of my favorites because clients don’t usually request rooms as opulent as this.  The large damask print wallpaper and gold and ivory crib bedding were reminiscent of Old Hollywood and perfectly accented by the crystal accents in the lighting and dresser knobs.
 

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Summer’s Light and Breezy Nursery

I wanted a nice, light and peaceful room for our little girl who was due to be born in Summer. I started early as we were fairly budget-conscious and wanted a beautiful room, for a fraction of the price!

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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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Aviana’s Rainbow Nursery…

The best piece of advice to starting your nursery is to start with something you love. It may be a stuffed animal as was our case, or a cherished family heirloom, or maybe even crib bedding you HAVE to have. 

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Jackson’s Nursery

We have been working on this nursery for almost the full nine months I was pregnant. Early on we purchased the bedding and crib to get an idea of how to place the furniture and figure out colors. From there we added elements as we found them to the room. My husband and I had a lot of fun decorating this room. 

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Kiara’s Neutral Nursery

We wanted Kiara’s nursery to be a quiet retreat from our hectic city lives. We made use of the paint colors we already use in rest of our home for the mural and then focused on artwork to bring life to our little one’s space. 

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Katherine’s Nursery

I wanted to have a neutral nursery for my 4th baby girl. I thought I would try and bring in some color as an accent at some point, but any time I tried to add a pop of color, I never liked how it looked. So, I kept it completely neutral and I love the way it turned out.

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Sam’s Nursery

We wanted a cozy room for our little boy that mommy and daddy would enjoy too!

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Baby Brox’s Classic Nursery

I wanted to create the perfect retreat for Brox that made him feel cozy and loved. Our home is a 1940’s tudor with a very classic style and I wanted to tie his room into the rest of our home and create something that could grow with him.

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Baby’s neutral teal nursery

**Please visit my NURSERY POST on my BLOG if you are adding anything to a Pinterest board to link to the original source.  Thanks and much appreciated!  http://youngnesters.blogspot.com/2011/11/darwins-nursery.html** I wanted something fun, colorful, bright, but gender neutral.  It had to be somewhere I wanted to be since I knew I’d be spending a lot of time there and I tried to stay away from traditional “baby” themes.  More is viewable on my blog.

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A Soft, Neutral Nursery

I’m a planner, so I think it surprised people that I didn’t want to find out the gender of our baby before he was born.  I’d always known I wanted the nursery to be neutral (if we have more children, it will be shared because we live in a small house), so I didn’t need to know the gender in planning the nursery.  I choose a neutral color palette and furniture that would grow with our child.  I also let practical elements, like toys, books, and a magnet board become part of the design of the room since the space is rather small (with low ceilings too!).

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Noah’s Nursery

this is noahs nursery it took me 2 years to piece it all together,i made it i think neutral enough that it can be for a boy or a girl although some might think its too girly,please note that i know a baby cant sleep with the curtains and fluffy pillows and bedding all that has to be removed for baby to sleep