Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sophisticated Baby Nurseries: Using The Color Blue

Blue doesn't have to be just for boys. Check out this sweet baby girl nursery designed with blues and grays by Sarah Nazarian.  Sarah says, "I knew that I didn't want the typical nursery with bright colors and cartoon characters. I wanted a chic, ultra feminine space for my daughter to grow up in.  I wanted her space to feel peaceful and womanly. Many of the ideas for the room evolved as I went along.  And many of the items (the baby bonnet and buggy, for example) are from my own childhood.This room was a labor of love, as everything from the canopy to the sheets to the ruffled slipcovers was handmade.  Not only was this economical, it allowed me to have complete creative freedom to design the room! I love the outcome!  Already our six week old daughter loves it too!  She cannot get enough of the ribboned ceiling.  It's her favorite!"
  Source for Blue fabric and blue ribbon.

Newport Oval Gold, U MIRROR                                        Stokke Eco-Friendly Sleepi Crib, White

Another sophisticated nursery...
"Use what you have decorating" was the theme for baby Jack's nursery.  Kate Harrison along with help from her mom turned the guest room into the baby nursery. Kate says, "Using the same color palate that was used for the guest room, we worked with the gold and brown turning it in to a handsome nursery for our baby boy.  Bedding done by Pine Creek Bedding. I used their fabric on the bumper, silk sheet, and bed skirt. The ties match the curtains. Curtains were from Calico Corners."

More info on this room found at Kate's blog Cocktails & Cupcakes.

IRON CRIB                            Four Post Bow Iron Crib
IRON CRIB                                                 Four Post Bow Iron Crib

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