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sneak peek: best of nurseries

by anne


i don’t know about the rest of you, but the baby train has picked up with a lot of my friends. babies are still a long way off for me, but nonetheless, it was fun to put together this best of nurseries post inspired by all our sneak peeks to give you (or your friends) a few ideas for the new additions to the family. have to start their design sensibilities early, right? –anne

[image above: rosie of papa stour‘s dash of international flare for the baby]


[image above: no pink or blue for heather balliet]


[image above: color adds fun for paper scissors oranges]


[images above: nadja lavin makes the nursery feel fresh and modern]


[image above: basak‘s pretty in pale pink nursery]


[image above: mara of dutch door press‘s rocking and reading nook]

CLICK HERE for 19 more beautiful nurseries after the jump!


[image above: summer of fawn and forest goes green]


[image above: kelly doust‘s serenity in silver and white]


[image above: alex marshall‘s calming nursery]


[image above: no surprise there’s lots of color in barbara from atelier lzc‘s nursery]


[image above: lauren bradshaw makes dark feel light]


[image above: jeremy mcelwain puts a contemporary spin on the rocking chair]


[image above: lotus bleu proves baby’s room can also be sophisticated]


[image above: caroline lubbers reminds us that you can never go wrong with white]


[image above: color infiltrates famille summerbelle]


[image above: more green from revival home]


[image above: keeping it neutral with studiobon]


[image above: madeley of chick print goes girlie with her nursery]

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