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The phrase “Eat. Sleep. Repeat.” sounds like the motto for any newborn’s nursery! Since both you and your baby will be spending so much time in this new space, it’s worthwhile to decorate it to reflect your style. And with rose quartz as Pantone’s 2016 color of the year, there’s no better time to use this soft shade to inspire your nursery décor. Combined with white, rose quartz creates a girly but sophisticated feel that can grow with your baby girl.

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Photo Source: Crib | Lamp | Sheepskin Rug | Reading Nook

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Crib: The light colored wood of this simple crib really compliments the room’s pastel color scheme and adds to the airiness of the space. Also, if you go simple with the crib and linens the inevitable mounds of stuffed animals won’t look so overwhelming to the eye.

Lamp: Pink and gold are a timeless color combination, so opt for gold hardware to achieve a classic look. Having one or two lamps in the nursery can be great for those middle of the night cuddles when you don’t want harsh overhead lights to wake anyone up.

Sheepskin Rug: Everything in a nursery is about being comfy cozy in your space and this sheepskin rug is no exception. Throw one down to bring a sense of warmth to the room and create a space for your baby to play.

Reading Nook: You’ll definitely want somewhere comfortable for you to sit in the nursery, so if space permits, turn that corner of the room into a reading nook complete with a bookshelf and plenty of bedtime stories.

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