Layers of patterns in shades of purple from the mirror down to the rug give this nursery a luxurious feel. A large dresser conveniently doubles as a changing table with the easy addition of a changing pad.
In the nursery, an orange changing table, blue changing pad and yellow sconces add colorful contrast to the neutral wall color, while a mirror shaped like sunglasses adds to the feel of adventure in this bold, colorful nursery.
In this refreshingly modern nursery, soft brown is a perfect backdrop for pops of fun colors and bold graphics like the orange name on the wall. Paired with white trim, the palette is soothing yet crisply sophisticated.
The sleek, contemporary dresser provides much-needed storage in this gender-neutral nursery. The white walls and ceiling are offset by the warm woods of the dresser and floors, while an eclectic mix of accessories add personality to the room.
It's the lucky baby who gets to bunk up in this charming nursery. The color scheme features creams and white warmed up with peach and gold accents; the furnishings are sophisticated enough to stick around for years to come.
Preparing for a new arrival is always a thrill! Not knowing the gender and working with the existing wall color, the designer sought to create a baby oasis. Cheerful orange and white stripes on the ceiling provide a canopy effect over the crib.
A collection of plane-oriented vintage black-and-white photos hang above the changing table, making a fun display for grown-ups and kids. Broad and narrow painted stripes in blue and yellow race around the room's walls.
For a home set within an ancient woodland and heath in the New Forest National Park, designer Wendy Perring of PAD Studio took care to maximize the connection between the home and its surroundings, while minimizing the impact of the structure on the site. “The main living space is open-plan and designed to cater not just for the changing physical needs of its occupants but to provide nourishment and stimulus to the soul through close contact with the home’s natural setting,” says Perring.
Start with a 120-grit pad on your sander; if it doesn’t get through the grayed surface of the wood immediately, change to 80. 80 grit will sand off a lot of material, so err on the safer side and start with 120. Make sure to sand with the grain as best you can. Once you have finished sanding all surfaces, wipe the piece clean with a damp cloth to get all of the dust off.