Kingston’s Downtown Loft Nursery

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This is our first little boy and we designed his Loft nursery to go with our downtown urban theme.

Design Inspiration

Keeping the Downtown feel, and matching the rest of our Loft.

Decorating Style

Modern, unique.

Project Details

Found grafitti artist on craigslist. Many items of the decor came from IKEA.

Favorite Items

Grafitti wall, Crib and dressers


Mix inexspensive, with expensive.


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    Very cool grafitti art!  I like how it seems as though you have worked the space into the rest of your living space.  My husband just asked why we didn’t do grafitti art, lol.  I told him next baby…

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    I like your design.  It’s quite rare that we see street art in nurseries and that makes your room very unique.

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    First time I have seen the graffiti style name and I LOVE it!  Wish I was having more b/c I would steal this idea!!!!

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    am not sure about the graffitti… am not too keen on gangsta culture, really but that’s just me.  I do love the colors you used here though.  What particular shade of green and blue did you use here?

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    I’m sure there are lots of wall artists who aren’t “gangstas” lol!  And it certainly fits in with an urban inspired design.  Colors are awesome; this is a fun, funky nursery!

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    Dandelion- graffiti art does not imply “gangsta” culture at all.  In fact drawing on walls, etc. has been around since ancient Pompeii. 

    Anyhow, I love the room!  It’s so creative and happy, and I love the crib color!

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    @suki_b: Actually, this particular design looks too much like gangsta street grafitti to me :(

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    Wow!  I am a chilcren’s muralist in Houston and I have been geting a lot of requests for graffiti in older kids’ rooms, but this is a first for baby, but too cool… what a little rock star

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