Lilly Bunn Interiors via The Zhush
I want to say first off that I am not designing a nursery in case you went there. Those days are over, and they were wonderful. I love looking at nurseries and children's rooms. Those rooms can be designed with less restraint, and they're often so much fun and appealing. There's a feature in The Washington Post called House Calls. In one article recently, decorators Lorin Jones and Janet Bertin help an Alexandria couple design a nursery. They incorporated my pink pagoda prints as you can see below. See the feature here. I love the clean look they've put together and the way they've spread pink around the room with the lighting, art and fabric.
via the boo & the boy
This is a photo a customer and designer emailed me of the nursery she designed for her daughter. She purchased the prints above the crib from The Pink Pagoda. I was thrilled to get this incredible photo. I absolutely love what she did here.
via Made by Girl
If I had to go back in time and do my nursery again using one of the above, I don't know how I'd ever decide. I've included so many different styles here, and I would be thrilled with any number of them. What about you? Which one do you prefer?