How To Design Your Dream Nursery

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:00 am
10/27/14

Photographed by Ian Hanson

It’s official. You’re pregnant and a baby is going to be in your arms—and in your house—in less than nine months. Herein starts the process of designing your little one’s nursery. Of course, beginning the journey from scratch can be a daunting process, which is why we recruited interior designer (and mama) Katie Martinez to help us design three nurseries with our friends at Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, and deliver some must-read advice along the way. Click through to get inspired!

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5 comments

Elizabeth

I love the little boy’s room… Toys offer so much color on their own that I love neutral spaces.

Alexandra

This is so pretty! I adore house shelving and your thoughts on lighting – love the chandelier!

Warm Regards,
Alexandra
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Lindsay M

I severely want a teepee for our upcoming baby boy room. I think it would go so well with our adventurer theme (a.k.a. a baby room for the modern-day male Snow White due to all of the animal references going on :) )

Lisa

Love this style – especially the little boys nursery! Just a thought, not everyone who has children is pregnant, adoption is another way to start a family and just as official and special. Maybe include that in some posts ;)
Love what you do!

Clarksdale

Hi, could you tell me where is the little blue creature from, on page 4? The one with beautiful teeth:)
I like it so much!

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