Home design inspiration: Wallpaper in a nursery

The designer wallpaper seven rooms in this Wellesley house, including this nursery for the clients' second daughter.
The designer wallpaper seven rooms in this Wellesley house, including this nursery for the client’s second daughter.Sarah Winchester

Cara Fineman’s consumers really like color and sample — so much so that Fineman wallpapered seven rooms in the family’s Wellesley home, which include this nursery for daughter selection two. “The wife is trendy with wonderful style,” suggests Fineman, principal of DAG Style. “The total residence is enjoyment and lively.” Not seeking to replicate the pink and blue palette she used in the more mature sister’s home, Fineman concocted a new plan by pairing pink with orange. “I intended it with an eye toward the little female rising up in the place,” Fineman suggests. “She’ll really like it when she’s 6, 10, and possibly even 16.”

1 The undyed wool rug by Loloi is neutral, as are the alpaca pillows in the crib (which arrive out at bedtime), so as not to contend with the wallpaper.

2 The Kartell table introduces a 3rd shade that ties to the artwork. “It’s ideal for a kid’s room due to the fact it is durable adequate for Legos and the best comes off so you can fill it with toys,” Fineman suggests.

3 The Crate & Barrel rattan chair and fringed footstool from HomeGoods carry in purely natural things that enjoy off the hues and a Bohemian vibe that fits with the rest of the home. “I really like that you can see the wallpaper as a result of the chair’s open up back,” Fineman suggests.

4 The summary paintings by Laurie Fisher (top rated) and Julie Hansen (base), both obtained by means of art specialist Libby Silvia, add sophistication with no experience out of place, many thanks to the playful styles and colours.

5 The custom hues of the Stray Canine Types metallic cage pendant coordinate with the wallpaper, whilst the open design and style echoes the table below.

6 Even though the stylized botanical Casa by Pc wallpaper was the starting off position, the bold ikat roman shade material by Peter Dunham sealed the deal. “When I showed this cloth to the client, she jumped at the total plan,” Fineman claims.

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