nursery envy

DSC_3826I know from experience from building a home that when it comes to planning a room, one can spend countless hours online pinning and saving pictures for inspiration. I tried to not let it get the best of me in regards to a nursery. In fact, a lot of the nurseries that I did come across slowly began to appear the same. There always seemed to be a beautiful crib, a statement wall, pale paint, bright accents, a large dresser or changeable, a nursing chair, a small and organized play area, and an oversized picture hanging above the crib. Granted, these are things that are needed within a nursery. Searching for rooms that stood out took a bit of time, but I think that I have finally compiled a good collection of children’s rooms that I envy, in addition to having something that sets them apart from the rest.

Here are my favourite nurseries thus far:

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Emory

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3 Comments

  1. These are very nice. We put some pictures over my son’s crib and never had any issues, they were well out of reaching height even at toddler age. A statement mobile is definitely something to think about! Good luck.

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  2. Love the colours in these <3

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  3. Sweet! I do not recommend hanging any picture over a crib! No not a good idea. A mobile over the crib fabulous idea.

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