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Vintage Modern Nursery

We used a stone, white and taupe colour pallet to create a sophisticated and calming space that reflected the modern style our client was looking for. We wanted each of the pieces, including the wallpaper to have some longevity so we used materials and furniture that would grow with the bub. www.fac...
  • Ashley Soldan

    love the big letter for Allie room

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Such a great maternity pic! You spend this time setting up a room so you should at least get a picture in it!

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love this soft nursery, esp patterned rug. grey, white and aqua Project Details: Crib - RH Rug (no longer available);RH Glider; RH Bedding - custom white velvet and linen; Chest - painted from CL, color BenMoore (name unknown); Pouf and Aqua Frame - Z Gallerie; Drapes - PB linen with custom trim; Lamp - HomeGoods; Wall Color - BenMoore Moonshine

Ok see...THIS is what I was originally going for. But its seems everything has to be all girly and colorful. Nobody buys you the cute white top. They wanna buy the ones that have pink ruffles and say, Daddy says I'm cute. Come on...

inspiration for our shared room with baby.. juuust in case we don't find our house before baby comes.

Industrial/Aero--color scheme (yellow, orange, gray); mason jar lighting; antique airplane and angel wings.

Striped nursery accent wall - great look in this aqua, gray and orange nursery!

Grey boy nursery

  • Amy Clark

    Love it! Just would want to make sure the stuff hung on the wall over the bed was extremely secure with no chance of being pulled off the wall, and with no sharp points at the corners of those frames. I'd make sure there was no glass in the frames either. If baby throws a hard toy, he gets a shower of glass. Not good. Also, the chalk would need to be baby-safe. Baby will probably lick it at some point if he's anything like my kids. lol

  • Lauren Hampel

    I always use acrylic instead of glass to frame anything in a nursery (doesn't break) but it doesn't actually look like there is glass in these frames...

Beautiful Pink Vintage wall for a baby girl's nursery!!! In Love ♡♡

So bright and peaceful