#MyDomaineTip: When decorating a nursery on a budget, don’t be afraid to incorporate statement art! Including a print not only ups the room's cuteness factor but is also incredibly affordable. For more nursery design tips, tap the link in our bio. | Photo by @ashe_leandro
Sneak Peek: Alison and Jeff Allen. "We started decorating Gus’ nursery before we knew if Gus was going to be a boy or girl. With that in mind, we decided to go with a gender-neutral yellow and gray color palette. The quilt, curtains and the pillow are all handmade by me, and I’m glad they make their home in Gus’ room. We love our Oeuf Sparrow crib; it was an expensive investment when we purchased it four-plus years ago but an investment I’m glad we made." #sneakpeek
NURSERY / / In love with this beautiful Turkish Kilim rug, with all the other nursery features kept simple in white and timber, including that gorgeous vintage rocking chair. Peaceful and stylish. @sarahrodesign via @babyletto
9 Tips for Designing a Nursery// color, texture, metallics, animal prints, coral, navy, gold
I love the green, black, and white color combination of this nursery. Combined with the gold accents and feminine touches it feels so glamorous and regal.
It’s no secret that a de-cluttered home = a zen state of mind. This art-filled cottage in Burrawang, New South Wales by owners Michael and Patsy is the epitome of an Australian home. Relaxed & nonchalant – the Aussie way of life. A charming, highly curated eclectic adobe. A wooden shelf adorned with market …
Beautiful gray and pink nursery features our Stella Gray Baby Bedding Collection! So pretty for a baby girl's nursery!