When the green and white safari wallpaper was unavailable at time of order, Jenn Feldman Designs went to Astek Wallcoverings and created a new and more unique design, bringing in even more of the family's love of dogs.
Resin Animal Heads on Green Wall in Safari-Themed Nursery
A green wall with white resin animal heads is the focal point of this safari-themed nursery, which also features a gray crib with striped bedding as well as a leather occasional chair with nailhead trim.
The second floor gender-neutral nursery with teal blue walls and playful patterns includes a convertible crib, lots of storage options and the latest in technology that helps create a safe environment for a new baby.
This eclectic nursery mixes colors and styles into a creative, energetic space. The elements include a glider, contemporary dresser, blue and white striped area rug, lime green walls, midcentury modern floor lamp and a creative, tree-shaped bookshelf.
Large canvas art is custom designed to reflect the nursery's color palette and painted with a sweet little quote at the bottom. Delicate patterned bedding and pillows add texture to the contemporary, light wood crib.
The nursery doubles as a guest room when family comes to visit. The guest bed uses layered pillows in plaid, stripes and polka dots to complement the bright green and white color theme. This space allows the baby boy to grow into his room as well.
A soft pastel nursery combines romantic and contemporary styles. The round mirror hung over the dresser features beautiful patina that brings out the slight blue shades throughout the decor. A mint medallion area rug adds style underfoot, while the abstract art above the crib is custom painted to match the palette of the room.
Green and White Patterned Window Bench in Baby's Nursery
In this cute window seat, the flannel pattern on the curtain and pillow fabrics playfully accents the green-and-white striped wall. It makes for a restful spot for mom and dad to sit with Baby now, and can easily transition to a cozy reading nook when Baby's older.
It's so easy to find a lone piece of furniture that's itching for new life via a fresh coat of paint and a little TLC. If you don't have something you can spare around the house, scour local garage sales to find pieces on the cheap. Choose a fun color and voila, you've got a perfect focal point for any kids' rooms. And it's always more exciting to sit in a chair that's got a pop of color so the kids will surely love the revamped piece, too.
Oversized stripes and a custom animal print wallpaper were the inspiration for this boy's nursery. Custom wall pegs were staggered to create a functional and fun wall to hang towels. A custom-made paper mobile added the perfect finishing detail.