Juliana’s Simple, Feminine Nursery

Simple, Feminine Nursery

We’ve been seeing more white nurseries lately, and even though I am usually all about color, I am falling more in love with this lovely, classic style. It works particularly well in nurseries with a soft, sweet feeling, like this pretty space for baby Juliana by Lori Baskin of LB Boutique. Lori wanted a simple, feminine style, and as a military family, frequent moves made a versatile palette of whites, creams, and khakis a savvy choice. Touches of soft pink bring in that perfect touch of prettiness. Juliana’s sister Alessia’s room has the same palette, so if they ever have to share rooms in the future, everything will coordinate! Get more details about the room design on Lori’s blog, and stop by the full gallery for all the photos!

Simple, Feminine Nursery

Simple, Feminine Nursery

Simple, Feminine Nursery

Simple, Feminine Nursery

Simple, Feminine Nursery

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Headbands and Room Design: LB Boutique

Photography: LB Photography
Room Item Sources can be found on LB Boutique’s blog at: http://blog.lb-boutique.com/2013/09/10/julianas-baby-nursery/

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Comments

  1. 1
    Kris says:

    I’m in love! Perfection!

  2. 2
    Shannon K says:

    I want to live in this room! So cute! Well photographed too!

  3. 3
    pickedlooks says:

    Thank you for the wonderful feature!

  4. 4
    Cassandra says:

    Where are the drapes in front of the closet from?

  5. 5
    Kim says:

    Love, love, love this nursery! Do you by chance know where the dresser, closet curtains and lace looking J are from?