Timeless Style: "New Traditional"
Kids' Rooms

2013 Roundup

For all our excitement over modern and eclectic rooms, there's something alluring about a traditional nursery. Classic forms and understated color have a timeless feel in these "New Traditional" children's rooms. Grandmother's furniture has never looked better. 

TOP ROW:

1. Baby G's Elegant Gender-Neutral Nursery - A subtle cloud motif inspired this restful space. 

2. Family Friendly Playroom in Venice - Crisp navy and white come together in a room that is simultaneously classic and modern. 

3. Benicio's Intrepid Explorer Nursery - This vintage travel-themed room will surely spawn a young voyager. 

4. Jeremiah's Nursery Grows Up - Another room with just a hint of nostalgia and wanderlust. 

5. Something for Everyone in Parker, Monte, & Elliot's Room - Mom Kristy has found the perfect marriage of individuality and repetition. 


BOTTOM ROW:

6. Norah's Yellow & Gray Nursery Takes Flight - Highly articulated patterns in the rug and curtains enliven an otherwise calm nursery. 

7. Aiden & Mia's Superb Shared Space - Aiden's room just started to get pulled together, when it became Mia's room too!

8. Ezra's Modern Cottage Nursery - Ezra's space is all about a push-pull of past vs. present, playful and serious.  

9. Josiah's Tiny Navy Nursery Nook - Josiah's parents were able to turn a tiny room into an advantage by making every detail count.  

10. Eleanor & Oliver's Shared Space - Another excellent example of a gender-neutral shared room.  

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