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When decorating the nursery, you don’t have to stick to the readymade pastel palette that has come to be expected. Integrating bright colors, abstract shapes, and natural forms can help make your baby’s room a stimulating experience for both you and your little one. Baby Lily Pads by Susie Hoffpauir — Continue reading …




 

 

When decorating the nursery, you don’t have to stick to the readymade pastel palette that has come to be expected. Integrating bright colors, abstract shapes, and natural forms can help make your baby’s room a stimulating experience for both you and your little one.

Baby Lily Pads by Susie Hoffpauir

Star by Kathleen Young

Ridges of Color by Larry Donnelly

Under the Willow by Liz Alderdice

Is it Twins? by Mary Mullarkey

For more information or to purchase photos, visit http://www.printedart.com


 

 

 
 
 

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