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Raspberry & Linen for Layla

I had the honor of designing my new grand daughter's room... Layla's nursery is full of items that were repurposed, reused, sewn, painted and crafted especially for her. Cheerful, sunny and full of vibrant color; it is a room that will "grow" with her.

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I like the idea of painting a small section of stripes and framing it in with trim instead of doing a whole big wall. Still makes a big impact, but not as WHOA NELLY. Bennetts nursery by Rebecca for Project Nursery-Doesn't have to be just for the nursery.

I'm a huge fan of chalkboard paint (it's already in our kitchen) and I LOVE the idea of using it as a focal feature in front of a desk!

Chalkboard wall in a nursery or child's bedroom. Write love notes all over it when child is small.

A chalk board on a back wall! Would be perfect to write down messages,instead of using post it notes everywhere, and a great thing for kids to draw on instead of marking your walls.

Love the colors, framed letters and the curtains framing the bed even though there are no windows on that wall.