There's been a burst of babies in my neck of the woods over the last year, I think something like 10 of my girlfriends have had little bundles of joy recently, with a few more expected in the next year. So it's only fitting that we discuss nursery design. Powdery pastels are pretty, but too much make for a predictable kiddo room, so I'd like to broaden the horizon when we're talking nursery.. Have a look at these edgy bambino spaces and be inspired to maybe introduce (gasp) a moody black or bark brown into the room..
(Genevive Gorder for Rosie Pope and HGTV)
The wallpaper is perfectly vintage and sweet.
Paneled wall?? Yes please.
The light fixture, grasscloth walls and curvy rocker are workin it.
This barely made the cut with the mesh butterflies, but it's still working. I'd take out the pink throw and pink mattress cover for something less sweet, maybe orange or aqua instead... Wish we could see more of the light fixture.
Are you kidding about this?? The XL stork painting is the perfect adult-meets-baby reference. I can only image what the rest of the home looks like. Why leave the nursery?? (and PS, I have those white sconces in my bathroom at the shop, they're pretty.)
I think this one takes the cake for me. It's all so good; the rug, the sofa, the gold-footed x-bench and sheepskin. Delight. This little one is going to have a seriously honed design-eye when they get older. And note how the art overlaps the casing on the windows, proof that things don't have to always fit perfectly- sometimes the less perfect things are, the better.
The sun is shining beautifully here today, I hope it's shining down on you too!
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