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Get Ideas From The Most Popular New Nurseries On Houzz
Get Ideas From the Most Popular New Nurseries on Houzz
Versatile rooms that will grow with their children have lots of new parents saving these photos
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The majority of the most popular new nursery photos on Houzz show us parents and designers are planning ahead. Versatile grown-up design moves enhance rooms that work from babyhood through the teenage years. And the rooms are just as comfortable for parents as they are for babies. After all, parents will be putting in lots of hours reading, feeding and hanging out with the babies in these rooms.
Graystone Custom Builders, Inc.Window Seats
This fluffed-up window seat can serve as a favorite cozy spot for reading as this child grows up. The railings used to display favorite books puts a focus on reading while allowing the charming book covers to serve as an ever-changing display. As the child grows up, the railings also can serve as picture rails for favorite photos, certificates and artwork. Margot Hartford Photography This window seat makes the most of the thick walls around it with bookshelves built into the sides.
Like many other popular nurseries, this room features neutral colors on the walls, floors and ceilings that can take on different colors and decor as the children grow up and their favorites evolve and change. Little Black Dresser LLCGrown-Up Style
Versatile furniture pieces mean you won’t have to pass along the nursery furniture as your child gets older. For example, this dresser will go from a changing table to a useful storage piece this kiddo can use his or her whole life. The ottoman could easily make its way into any other room in the house. And the chandelier is a stunner.
Another popular and practical move is choosing a crib that can be converted into a toddler bed. There’s a much wider selection available today than there was just a few years ago.
Find cribs that convert into beds Graystone Custom Builders, Inc. If your child will be bunking up with an older sibling once they hit toddlerhood, you may have plans to repurpose the nursery into an office or guest room a few years down the road. It makes good financial sense to find a design that can serve all these needs. With its sophisticated millwork, wallpaper, light fixture, window treatments and dresser, this room will serve as a relaxing space for baby and sleep-deprived parents now and will be easy to convert later. Tamara Heather Interior Design, LLCBold Botanicals
This room for twins brings in inspiration from the woods, via vibrant branch wallpaper, a knotty wood ceiling and the color palette. Marie Flanigan InteriorsSoft Layers
Compared to the previous photo, this nursery is “woodsy-lite.” A range of textures make this nursery cushy and inviting, much needed for those 3 a.m. feedings. And another unique feature is the darling birds-on-branches mobile. The Lee W. Robinson CompanyMurals
Of course, a nursery is a place to have fun and spark imagination. I think this baby may grow up appreciating geography after spending his or her formative years with this colorful map. Perhaps he or she will even become an explorer or a cartographer. ООО Дизайн-студия "Созвездие" This nursery’s mural is three-dimensional, with stars, clouds, trees and hot air balloons affixed to the wall. Thayer Design StudioAnimal Art
I could say talk about white, fluffy textures and glints of warm metallics, but no, I cannot take my eyes off that beautiful elephant photograph. Look at how sweet and loving they are. When searching for nursery artwork, animal photography is a great place to start. It’s appropriate for kids yet is not too babyish and can be enjoyed for many years.
Note: When hanging anything over a crib, take care to make sure it is securely affixed to the wall. Michael Boaz ConstructionShabby Chic
Rachel Ashwell’s signature style is still popular after all these years. A mix of creamy whites, pale pinks, glints of mirror and crystal juxtaposed with a little rough peeling paint gives this room Shabby Chic comfort.