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Baby & Kids Room – Lucy & Company

I stumbled upon an Interior Designers site, Lucy & Company. I hadn’t yet seen any of these pictures floating around the web, so I thought others who are in the process of doing a nursery (or plan to one day!) may enjoy some of these pictures for inspiration.

Lucy & Company seems to focus primarily on children’s rooms (the bulk of their portfolio is baby & young adult) and I can see why – their use of bold prints, and bold colours, works perfectly in many of these rooms. Anyhow, even though I have a vision for our baby room, I find these pictures inspiring! (Warning, if you visit Lucy & Company’s website, the images on their website are huge, so I find that the website takes forever to load…just warning you)

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Isn’t this beautiful?

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I drooled over the piping on the drapes and that fabric on the pillows.

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A boys room that could easily go from Toddler to Young Adult (maybe with the removing of some of the art as the boy gets older!)

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In love with the pillows. I would do that colour combination in our bedroom – I just adore light purple. *sigh* I really, really want those pillows!

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And lastly….don’t those side tables look familiar?

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Not Ikea, but I’m pretty sure that they would cost 400x the cost of a Rast!

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All images via Lucyandcompany.com

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Jacci
    March 6, 2010 at 10:13 pm

    Thanks for this! 🙂 I'm in love with that argyle wall – serious inspiration. I've been looking off and on for about a year now for good kid room pics – beyond the basic themey PBK. So, thanks a ton!!!

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    Kristin
    March 7, 2010 at 4:32 am

    Great rooms, thanks for the introduction.

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    Kerry @ First Time Fancy
    March 7, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    Aw, I love these pictures – what beautiful rooms for little ones! 🙂 I'm not evening thinking of babies, but still really enjoy looking at children's rooms and nursery's…

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