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Interiors: Neutral Nursery

The goal for this nursery –

Create a calm, gender neutral comfortable setting with durable pieces that can transition into other rooms over the years.

I decided on a dark green, ivory, and light blue color palette and then layered various neutral pieces for dimension.  These are colors found in nature and I was inspired by Robert Allen’s Perryhill fabric which was used for some pillows.  I wanted to keep the overall feel of the room very light, so I decided to go with a darker ceiling using Benjamin Moore’s Jack Pine.   I added some antique hardware to a pine chest that was painted in a high-gloss lacquer with Benjamin Moore’s Greige Avenue.   Antique pieces like the oval mirror, regency lamp, and wood carved book ends were essential in adding character to the space.







 {Sources for the following items below}

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Larkin glider, Bell jar lantern, Fiddle leaf fig tree, Hollywood Regency lamp, Kendall crib, Hyacinth bins, Potted plant artwork, Roman shades


Pony artwork, Jute wall hook, Moroccan ottoman

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Karin Lomax #

    Bravo Erin, so beautiful! Can’t wait to meet Baby Paulson!!!!

    November 3, 2014
  2. What a lucky baby its going to be . You designed a beautiful calm room .
    I’m proud my art prints are decorating it.

    November 3, 2014

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