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    dont have babies but i absolutely LOVE this for a baby girl room... and it's not too "baby" so it would work when she gets a lil older too

    pink, orange, green...and wall decals. who wouldn't want twin girls after seeing this?!?!

    This room is awesome. How did they do that silver treatment on the walls?!?!

    Paint some wicker baskets (Martha Stewart has fantastic paints at Michael's), flip them upside-down, drill a hole & fasten a light through it (great deals at IKEA) & you have these! Or you can hang them without the lights!

    Of course! The fabric balls are made with a 4 or 5 inch styrofoam ball. Take 3 yards of fabric per ball and cut it into as many 6 inch circles as possible. Fold the fabric into quarters and pin all over the ball. Easy, peasy!I Then take a styrofoam wreath form, cover with ribbon and then used ribbon to tie it all together as a mobile. Cheers!

    baby room -- so cute!! Not that I'll need this for a tremendously long time, but it's never too early to start getting ideas :)

    Nursery for a little girl - a lot of DIY things in here, and I love how it's not too overdone. ♥ I ♥ The rug the most!

    I'm pretty sure this is what I am wanting for the baby's room!! LOVE the colors and the theme!! It's my favorite!

    Gray paint - Sparrow by Behr Love the color combo of gray, turquoise, orange and green. I will never decorate another nursery, but love this color combo!

    Might be my all time favorite little girl nursery Are You Part Of The Adoption Trade? learn How Past Circumstances Can Lead to Your Future Joy & Begin Living The Life You Created-The Life You Chose and Love to Live. www.ThePostAdopti...

    Nursery, coral and lilac, never contemplated the colors before. Valances might be a bit much.