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  • MS Parret

    LOVE the yellow and white striped ceiling. I'd want navy blue instead of black on that accent wall but I love the feel of this room!

  • Heather Hoffman

    striped ceiling, black wall, white wall, great color combos

  • Kelley Baughman

    painted ceiling and colors

  • Elana Kilkenny

    Another favorite from J Crew's Jenna Lyon's former Brooklyn townhouse...originally seen in Domino magazine more pins coming of how this room transitioned from a baby room to toddler room. Expert use of how to use black to anchor and add depth to a room while still having the room feel light and joyous. The joy quotient is definitely upped by the brilliant striped ceiling (egg yolk by benjamin moore if I remember correctly)...

  • Austin Home Interiors Vietnam

    Jenna Lyon nursery--yellow and white striped ceiling, black wall, modern

  • Louise McCabe

    dark walls kids room - Google Search

  • Deborah Onnen

    jenna lyons domino magazine. Striped ceiling, dark walls, bubble lamp.

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The lines on the wall make the room seem taller and the wood work below them more prominent.

This room is gorgeous sans furniture! Add the big comfy bed? Priceless! the large windows help to brighten the space-but I'm worried about the nighttime. Would it be too dark? I'd love to see two little chairs and a cute end table rather than the couch-but none-the-less this room is beautiful.

black & white french stripes... umm, i need this chair! it's so adorable and would look great in my room!

pink walls and stripped orange ceiling. inspired.

My sister's dream (makes my ovaries hurt). Apparently I promised her a circular crib years ago.

Of course! The fabric balls are made with a 4 or 5 inch styrofoam ball. Take 3 yards of fabric per ball and cut it into as many 6 inch circles as possible. Fold the fabric into quarters and pin all over the ball. Easy, peasy!I Then take a styrofoam wreath form, cover with ribbon and then used ribbon to tie it all together as a mobile. Cheers!

Is this a fucking Mark Ryden nursery?! I might have to have a damn kid after all. // Eclectic nursery. Tapestry pics of kiddos.

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