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A beautiful combination of red, pink and orange, coral is vibrant hue that's cheerful and bright.
The perfect mix of blue and green, aqua brings to mind summer skies and sea.
Basic, sure. Boring? No way! Neutrals offer a soothing palette that provides endless possibilities for layering on contrast and texture.
Versatile, calming and surprisingly warm, gray is a wonderful choice for decorating either a boy's or girl's nursery.
One of the most versatile colors to decorate with, navy is bold, beautiful and sophisticated.
Reminiscent of freshly cut grass, green is one of our favorite colors to decorate with.
In a small nursery, each decorating choice has a big impact.
Floor space is often at a premium in a shared nursery, so seek out versatile furniture with a compact footprint.
Surround your baby boy with things that will spark his imagination and ignite his curiosity.
Create a beautiful space for your baby to sleep that's also comfortable, warm and welcoming to you.
Blue is a great color choice for a boy's nursery, but it's far from being the only choice.
If you're waiting to find out the sex of your baby, there are still many ways you can use color when you're designing your nursery.
When you're designing a nursery for a baby girl, pink is always a beautiful choice, but there are countless options beyond pink, too.
When choosing furniture for the nursery, keep in mind that it will have a big impact on the room's style, setting the tone for a contemporary, classic, whimsical or vintage-inspired space.
If you're planning to be surprised by your baby's gender, design a nursery that works for either a boy or a girl.
When expecting multiples, organization and creativity are key in the nursery.
When planning a window treatment, careful measuring is the key to achieving the look you want.
Design a dreamy sleep space with a well-placed mirror – or three!
Both before and after the arrival of your baby boy, one of the best ways to make his nursery feel welcoming is to find ways to personalize it.
Personalizing the nursery is a wonderful way to prepare for your baby's arrival.
Personalizing your daughter's nursery is a wonderful way to celebrate her arrival.
Personalizing the nursery is a wonderful way to prepare for your babies' arrival.
If you're waiting to find out the sex of your baby, you can still design a warm and welcoming nursery before you give birth.
Planning a nursery for multiples doesn't mean you have to buy two of everything.
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In a shared nursery, smart organization and efficient use of space are key to creating a room that's easy to use and fun to spend time in.
Well-planned storage systems are key to keeping baby gear organized and accessible in your nursery.
The transition from crib to bed is more than just a change in sleeping arrangements – it's a major milestone separating infancy from childhood.
With just a brush, paint and some creative inspiration, you can transform your baby's nursery into a whimsical space sure to spark his imagination.
A little creative inspiration can bring a lot of fun and personality to the walls of your baby girl's nursery.