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Create a Classic Neutral Nursery

Organic wall covering, a taupe and black color scheme and a comfy window seat create a serene boy's nursery that's sure to stand the test of time.
  • Mayela Maldonado

    For Their Bedroom: Window Seat in Genius Toy Storage Solutions You Can Make from HGTV

  • Christina Coffman

    Classic Neutral Nursery

  • Stephanie Craft

    A small nook in a kids' room is outfitted with a window seat made from basic lumber and tongue and groove bead board. Storage bins helps to organize toys and books below, while a Roman shade adds a touch of grown-up sophistication above.

  • Becky Palmer

    Would love to have storage space like this under my window seat!

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