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Max’s Space


This is my son's room. I live in Germany so we do not have such a wide selection of baby decor.

Design Inspiration

I wanted a space that my son would not grow out of.

Decorating Style

Traditional, Classic

Project Details

My husband painted and put the boarder on himself.

Favorite Items

The dresser that we used as a changing table.


Simplicity is key.

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  1. avatar CreativeCrumbs says:

    MrsNocke: Really? I have always thought nice baby decors were accessible and available in other countries like Germany. Surely it’s not as backward when it comes to interior design as it sounds. But anyway, you can always find a lot of interesting stuff for your nursery and for your other rooms online.

  2. avatar BuenaMano says:

    White and powder blue for a simple room.  It certainly works for me.  I do have a question, though, where are your storage spaces?  When Max grows up, he’s going to get more and more toys and he’d be playing around in the room.  I think you should provide for that when the time comes.  But for now, enjoy the clean and clutter-free space.  I love it!

  3. avatar AngelsBreath says:

    What’s that above the recliner?  Is that a balloon? Anyway, you can never go wrong with the classic and traditional sky blue. So I think that it was a good choice on your part, especially as, like you said, you don’t have access to great decorative items where you live.

  4. avatar MrsNocke says:

    Thanks. I tried. I have a hard time finding things here that I like. a lot of the childrens decor they sell here reminds me of the 70’s .

  5. avatar CreativeCrumbs says:

    I like the fine lines and the cleanliness of the room.  First time that I’ve seen a minimalistic nursery that didn’t looked abandoned.