French Doors in the Nursery

French Doors in the Nursery

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Janie Lee
Dec 8, 2009

If given the choice, we always prefer French doors over something solid and opaque. But when it comes to the nursery, sometimes you need to block out light.

We love the look of these fabric-backed French doors in this nursery. We're not sure if they lead to the closet, another room or the hallway but hanging fabric on the back is another way to infuse color and pattern into the room. My youngest's nursery is separated from the master bedroom by a set of French pocket doors. In order to block out light and distraction during naptime, I hung a set of quilted curtains. From the inside of the nursery with the curtains closed, you see a pretty fabric through the panes of glass.

Image: Spearmint Baby

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