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Graham's Bright and Modern Nursery

As soon as I found out I was having a boy, I knew that I wanted a modern nursery with bold, fun colors. I'm pleased that we were able to create exactly what I wanted for Graham's room on a relatively low budget. Lots of love and DIY projects went into this room!

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LIVING IN COLOR: PLAYFUL & PATTERNED featuring Oh Joy wallpaper!