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Results found for "pottery barn kids"

  • LITTLE BOY'S DREAM ROOM BEDROOM - SPORTS, TRAINS & LOTS OF LOVE, This bedroom was definitely built with love from the custom bed (with a secret hideout beneath) to the electric train (a gift from Papa Harold and Mama Lottie which has been added to with each birthday/holiday) that Daddy and Papa built a track for all around the room.  , Boys' Rooms Design


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  • Amelia's Seaside Shabby Chic Nursery, It's not your typical baby girl nursery with its blue walls, white furniture antique mirrors, aged shutters with storage baskets hanging on them and shabby chic accents. 

We love it and hope you do too!, Nurseries Design

    Amelia's Seaside Sha...

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  • Made for the Kids!, This is my upstairs bathroom designed for my 2 children. I wanted it to be fresh, clean, & reflect the kids. I used cream paint w/whilte chair rall & wainscoting. I purchased a white cabinet for $30 cut off the top & replaced it w/granite & an undermount sink. I found a fun mirror for $8. I purchased the accessories at pottery barn: matching curtain, mat, towels, & plates that I put on the wall for art. I used the same granite from the sink on the windowsill & over the baseboard below. I used fun blue title in the bath & white tile w/fun blue inserts on the floor. In order to fit the towels, I put them on the door & had the door swing out instead of the normal in to create more room. Finally, I used all crome fixtures throughout., Bathrooms Design

    Made for the Kids!

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  • Blue and Brown DIY Jungle Nursery , I had so much fun creating this space. A lot of what you see are DIY projects. My mom (first time grandma ;)) helped me pick out the fabrics and made the bedding and window treatments. My sister, Lauren, is an amazing artist, and so she did the art work. I did a lot of the knick knacks in the room- the frames, the lampshade and the shadowboxes (which are still a work in progress). Enjoy :), Nurseries Design

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  • Pinkalicious Baby Girl Nursery, My new little business, Lara Mark Designs, took off with my debut of a sweet baby girl's nursery. With different shades of pinks, lots of flowers, polka dots, stripes and extra special touches, a very special baby girl was welcomed into this world...and she's gonna love her room! , Nurseries Design

    Pinkalicious Baby Gir...

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  • Boys Football Dreams Bedroom, Boys' Rooms Design

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  • Pink and Green Nursery, This is my daughters pink and green nursery.  For more pictures and to follow along with all of our updates, visit our blog:

Thanks for looking!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Pink and Green Nurser...

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  • Ava George's Garden, We moved up to a big girl room.  We purchased the bed from Rooms to Go Kids and the bedding from Pottery Barn Kids.  We were looking for a style that was still playful for a child, but fit the style of our house.  We have finally finished her room.  We are very proud of the work., Girls' Rooms Design

    Ava George's Garden

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  • Girl nursery about to turn into a big girl room!, This is my 2 year old's nursery.  We are about to completely change it for her "big girl room" and I realized I'd never taken any pictures of it!  We moved when she was 1 year old, and this room was a little awkward with her furniture, so we did the best we could.  I'm not really needing ideas b/c we are about to change it - I just wanted to share.  Thanks!, Nurseries Design

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  • Pink and Brown Chic Nursery, I wanted a nursery that my daughter could sleep and play in but that I enjoyed being in as well.  This space is something she can grow in.  I love coming in here because its just so comfy!  The furniture is pottery barn and partially inspired the decor.  All of the paint is Ethos but matched to Benjamin Moore colors.  The wall paint is Pink Cherub, the ceiling is candy stripe, the wall behind the crib, animals and polka dots are Kona.  The hot pink accents on the mural are rhododendron.  I found images for the mural from etsy and then projected them on the wall and traced them and painted them.  The pom poms are from etsy as well.  The glider is used but I found slipcovers online for $200 so now its Ivory!  The shelves are from Home Depot.  If you have additional questions as to where I got something, just let me know :) , Nurseries Design

    Pink and Brown Chic ...

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  • Pottery Barn Kids SPIDERMAN Boys Bedroom, Pottery Barn Kids Spiderman WALLPAPER MURAL - purchased on EBAY.

BEDDING - Pottery Barn Kids

Brooks Chair - Pottery Barn

Camp Dresser - Pottery Barn Kids

, Boys' Rooms Design

    Pottery Barn Kids SP...

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  • Sweet Baby Boy, We still need to paint the walls we just moved in but here is a start to our nursery. We used the Pottery Barn Kids Springtime Meadow for the bumper & dust ruffle. The armoire has been passed down through generations I painted the photos on the walls to go with the Springtime meadow theme. We are going to paint the walls a light green. There is a cherry wood changing table & toy box on the other walls & I painted a Caterpillar with my sons name on it to go over the toy box., Nurseries Design

    Sweet Baby Boy

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  • Addison's Room, This is my daughter's new room!  I was so excited to decorate a little girl's room.  Everything was done around the bedding, which my mom made for me.  I love how it turned out!  , Nurseries Design

    Addison's Room

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  • Connor's First Big Boy Room, A truck themed room for my little man :), Boys' Rooms Design

    Connor's First Big Bo...

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  • Big Boy Nautical Themed Bedroom Remodel, I transformed my son's toddler room into a bright, colorful Nautical themed room with a few Pirate accessories thrown in. It all started with some amazing bedding from Pottery Barn Kids. Then a added a few built-in bookcases, a plank wall and some paint. I love the new look and so does my son! 

You can see more pictures and get all the details at my site:, Boys' Rooms Design

    Big Boy Nautical The...

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  • Calista's Nursery, I love the pink and green color combo - it suits Calista's room perfectly. The windows bring in morning and afternoon light so the room is always bright & cheerful. I was going to do a lighter pink for the curtains but her great-Grandma made the bright ones. The before photos were taken after the brown shag carpet was torn out. We painted the walls with Behr brand Water Sprout paint installed new outlets and covers screens and installed carpet prior to bringing in the baby furniture., Nurseries Design

    Calista's Nursery

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  • Ellie's big-girl room!, Ellie's room:  This was her nursery and we updated it this Spring. Pottery Barn Kids Cherry Blossom duvet & sham bedskirt & green gingham accents are Kelly Rightsell fabric rug is Land of Nod. The walls are pale pink and ceiling is a pale periwinkle/lavender shade. The tea-party table was a gift from her grandparents! Ellie loves the hat table lamp & white rocker. Ellie's room is extra-special because the furniture was mine as a little girl & it is so sweet to share it with my daughter!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Ellie's big-girl room...

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  • A Room for Baby C, My husband and I created this nursery as we awaited the adoption of our first child.  We choose a unisex theme because we were not gender specific in having a baby placed with us.  Enjoy!, Nurseries Design

    A Room for Baby C

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