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  • ashlynn bennett

    cute idea above the changing table hav picture frames the one in the middle is baby's name and surrounding ones hav pictures

  • Marjorie Mahalingam

    Great picture wall idea for baby changing station area!

  • Savannah Witt

    Gray and aqua nursery. Copy the color scheme for Alison's room.

  • Claire Teter

    Gray and aqua nursery. This wouldn't actually work in Tot's room but I like the dressed and the idea of the multiple things hanging in various coordinated colors.

  • Amanda Fieler

    With such a small room, looking for ideas of not having changing table.

  • Kasey Duplantis

    Baby boy room idea

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Love the tree and the name on the wall. Sage wall color, lavender flowers on the white tree, too cute

Purple and Gray - love the color scheme here! And there is a B for baby girl in the future ;) maybe that is wishful thinking but it would be nice!

Project Nursery featured this beautiful room on their blog.. Gotta love grey and pink!

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.

This is basically my baby room colors..except no pink walls, or pink in general...lilac and silver would be in there and that light is from Ikea, I have wanted it for me for years but I LOVE it for baby's room!

Yellow and Gray would be a perfect neutral since we're probably not telling what our next one is :)

I love how clean and simple this room is, it would be a simple transition from baby to toddler to child to teen. A good design for the long run.