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Baby Tag's Nursery

When I started thinking about a nursery I knew I didn't want a specific theme. I get bored with themes quickly. I really wanted a room that our son could grow into, and wouldn't be outdated within the first year of his life. I, like most people these days, love the look of vintage and modern mixed. ...

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So cute! Love the neutral walls and furniture and how all the color is in the frames and decor#nursery

great color scheme for Emma's room Benjamin Moore paint called Robin's Nest (Color #618)

Girls/girly-bedroom-with-pink-vanity-changing-table

With this much great stuff going on in this nursery, who needs a crib bumper? Love the Eames rocker and the pops of yellow. Truly out of this world :)

This gallery wall add interest to a white nursery with a gold monogram letter and different color frames.

chevron detail on dresser / changing table

The same scheme but navy blue instead of baby blue for Jacob's room. Love these colors!!!!! keeping this for the future! Another view of the owl nursery - it is boys.. but I can easily transform it with some pink! :) Now... to get "the perfect aqua" paint and some orange for pop. So excited for Siena's room! (it's official, I'm going with an aqua, green, tangerine, and hot pink color scheme)

This fox-themed nursery features a chalkboard accent wall and a southwest-inspired rug that we just adore! Nursery Love! {Pick from PN's own Lauren}

The little itty bitty 'jackalope' horns kill me! I do love how a strong sense of color (dark, white, with yellow and red) can really pull things together.