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Free Nursery Design Plan

The morning I received a request from my friends at Kallababy for a nursery how-to post, I also happened to be contemplating having another baby. Needless to say, this post took a little longer than it should have while we allowed ourselves to venture back down the road of infertility. Now that we are officially back on the baby bandwagon (not pregnant yet), I gave myself permission to write this post.

The last nursery I designed for our family was in another house, it was for our twin daughters, and (I admit) it worked really well for our needs. That being said, five years later, and I definitely have different ideas on what a nursery can look like.

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The key to a great nursery is to follow your heart, pick some great pieces that you love for your whole home, and then add in some temporary (read inexpensive) necessities for the early years. To read the whole post, jump on over to Kallababy’s site.

Sources

1. Loa Chandelier by Sazerac Stitches  | 2. Baby Mod Marley Convertible Crib  | 3. Hurdal 9 Drawer Chest by Ikea | 4. Island Spirit Bookends by Anthropologie | 5. Marbled Layers Rug by Land of Nod | Sequin Basket and Jute Laundry Basket both by Leif | 6. Monte Jackson Rocker at Fab Baby Gear | Popsicle Art Print by Ivie Baby | Yellow Cat Pillow by Dancing in the Rains 7. Alseda Stool by Ikea | 8. ML Nightstand by Oeuf | 9. Keekaroo Peanut Changer | FuzziBunz Diaper Pail | 10. Slotted System Bookshelf – 2 in Gloss White by Book—Shop

 

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