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Blogger Home Crush: Chic Gray and Yellow Nursery

May 29, 2012 in BLOGGER HOME CRUSH, Bright, Chic, Gray, Nursery/ Kids room


DESIGN CRISIS 

This nursery is so vibrant and creative, it just makes me want to pop out some babies!! The room is the  creation of Karly- one half of the duo behind the inspiring blog Design Crisis. Now let’s have a look at the details:

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DESIGN CRISIS

Karly chose a soft gray paint color, specifically Harbor Gray by Benjamin Moore -as a backdrop. I just can’t get enough of those curtains! The art and the zebra rug brings so much interest to this room.  And the paper lamp fixture? Truly creative!

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DESIGN CRISIS

My favorite line from Karly’s post: “the room is tiger-friendly, not to be confused with tiger-themed”. Couldn’t agree more. For all the deets and photos, check out Design Crisis!

7 responses to Blogger Home Crush: Chic Gray and Yellow Nursery

  1. What a drop dead gorgeous nursery!

  2. It’s gorgeous! I can’t believe I’m actually about to pop my baby out in couple of weeks! Need to continue fixing her room :) thanks for inspiration!

  3. WONDERFUL Post.thanks for share..

  4. This place is so sunny and colorful! I love the inspiration!
    xo
    Sharon

  5. Love the cluster of lanterns and nontraditional color scheme.

  6. What an amazing design! The above black and white and a bit yellow color combination pictures are fascinating and gorgeous. Everyone would love to have the same illustration once, they get your article. I would love to present this kind of stuff to my kids. Anyway, thanks for sharing this beautiful thoughts by your article.

  7. I adore the yellow and grey combo and the strong imagery in the rug, art work and lanterns.Lots of fun.Any littley would love it as their own.

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