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white and tan baby nursery. accents are blue/aqua but any color accent would look great in this room. love the tree decal with birdcage - I like this even if it's a different color scheme than I'd originally been thinking.

This is a nursery for my baby girl. It started as a neutral room, because we didn't know the sex. We then added pink accents after peyton was born.

Totally nowhere near having babies but too cute to ignore! Love the tree! one of the cutest baby rooms ive ever seen.im past having the need for this but its so cute i had to pin.

Baby Nursery ideas

Green and brown nursery with birds and tree decor.except for Maggie I'd do yellow and brown

That mustard chair? Dying. This vintage nursery is absolute perfection!

15 Vintage Nursery Ideas

Love these colors for a big girls room too. Cozy nursery with adorable handmade details. Design and photos by lark photography.

Love is spoken {a completed nursery for my niece}, wall gallery over changing table, ivie baby changing pad cover, coral and gold, touches of teal

I love this, but navy and pale pink instead of coral and teal. Coral & Teal Nursery with pops of gold - so chic! I love this gallery wall idea above the dresser. I could find inexpensive frames to paint and put scrapbook paper inside.

Miss Domesticated by Jenni JWOWW Farley  Modern Baby boy rooms

Modern Nursery Designs For Your Baby Boy

Love the reading teepee so much! Transitional Nursery // Project Nursery {The TeePee reading snug and planetary themed wall with chalkboard paint are adorable and gender-neutral}

fuschia and gray baby girl room http://media-cache4.pinterest.com/upload/111956740706174793_gvoYLaJE_f.jpg juliebailey baby talk

Hot pink & grey nursery- love everything about this.the hot pink wall, the gray wall with the stencil, BF chair, and even a small trundle bed.

Nursery Notations: Children's Rooms in House of Fifty

Have guests bring a letter- signing the back- instead of cards. Have an alphabet wall for baby! I like this idea, but would I be too demanding asking people to only bring letters in a cream/ivory color to make my color scheme?