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Hollywood Regency- Nursery Edition

September 25, 2012 in Chic, Dramatic, Hot Shops!, Nursery/ Kids room, White


I’m totally crushing on this glamorous nursery at the moment. The timeless color palette of black and white is glammed to the max with gold and sparkle. Isn’t it amazing how much drama you can get from layering a little black on a whole lot of white?



Oh deer what a cute couple =)



This pretty furniture collection is called Uptown and is available at Nursery Works in black-on-white and white-on-black. Styling by Emily Henson.


11 responses to Hollywood Regency- Nursery Edition

  1. Love that look! Hollywood Reg always gets me :)

  2. oh this one stopped me in my tracks. Makes me *almost* want to have another one.
    Hope your doing well- I so enjoy reading your blog it always inspires me and I came back to if often on days I need a little “eye-candy”

  3. Wow! This nursery is sooooooooo much better than the cliche pink for girls and blue for boys! Although it’s elegant and glamourous, it’s also fresh and fun, and love how the deer add a touch of whimsy :-)

  4. I love Hollywood Regency…it is by far, one of my favorite styles. It screams luxury! These days, people are not interested in the gender specific pink & blue nurseries, they want more sophisticated looks. Great space, thanks for sharing.

    Love, Jamie Herzlinger

  5. My friend, i miss your postings! Hope all is good!

  6. I am so madly in love! Those gold touches are perfection.

  7. Love the deer! Love Emily Henderson :)

  8. EVERYTHING is sooo gorgeous and well put together!!


  9. Hi
    I love the wallpaper, do you know the designer.

  10. Do you know who designed these deer or where they can be purchased? This nursery is GORGEOUS!!

  11. Leah , The deer are vintage brass. You might try searching on eBay for them. I also have a pair in my store if you can’t find them there. Search Retro Wanderlust on Facebook for contacting me.

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