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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Home inspiration: Black and white

Loving this print and crib sheet. They both pack such a punch!

(Photos by Mia Linnman and Kjerstis Lykke, via The Boo and the Boy)

62 comments:

Diana Mieczan said...

That crib sheet is brilliant! Im a big fan of black & white decor! Its so clean and fresh. Have a sunny day:)

ola appletea said...

like the crib and this woddy-train. My Mia (2,5 years'old) is dreaming about this kind of train and of course whe will find it next to the christmass tree :)

really nice B&W home decor post! Like it!

have a nice day,
Ola

candy apples said...

Omg how cute is that crib sheet?! Adorable♥

xoxo
Ai

Cara said...

ADORE!

chrischaos said...

awwwww

Suite Henry said...

I love the black and white but does anyone else finds Dalí a little creepy? Hehe. Those eyes! That moustache!

Marie said...

This nursery looks great, I love the crib sheet (and the rug and the wooden train), I hope you're enjoying California xx

I Dream Of said...

Love the black and white! Hope you are enjoying your visit...and that the rain has stopped.

Puño said...

I'd like to grow up in a room like that. Lucky baby!

conundrum said...

That nursery is to-die-for! so inspiring, thanks.

Maria Ana said...

I want to do this to my home!

maria ana
www.thebeautylover.blogspot.com

Maria Riazzoli said...

I love those two pictures! The crib sheet is great!
: )

the lil bee said...

OMG. LOVE the crib sheet!

amatutare said...

Love it! It's a great use of black and white. And the crib is so original.

Good print of Mr. Dalí, although I wouldn't use it on my own house... I wouldn't want those piercing eyes staring at me all the time! Lol

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~ Faith said...

So lovely!Especially the crib sheet...

~F

Joanna Kapica said...

Awesome designs!
I love the crib sheet, but Dali's photograph has its own beauty to it as well!
Thank you for sharing!
Happy Holidays!

Liv said...

actually I think the life of Dahli is so much more interesting than his art...

stephanie said...

loving that dali poster :)

elizabeth schuppe said...

that crib is gorgeous! what a lovely, sophisticated nursery.

Nicola said...

I love the crazy print of Dali

The Iconic Blog.com said...

Fab!xx

Anna Claire said...

I love the idea of a black/white/gray nursery! This one is beautiful, although I'd wig out if I had to sleep on a giant deer head image like that...

suzy. said...

oh i love the crib sheet! so fun and childlike, but not silly. that baby's gonna be very, very hip!

Julie-Inspired said...

Whoa that deer is intense, but the crib is perfect:) Hope you're enjoying California!

Julie xo

Sera Pie said...

I love the crib sheet set!

anahita said...

oooh love the dali print!! x

Jessica said...

gorgeous! I absolutely love the muted tones for a baby room. I've never been big on the bright pink or blues...

Christina said...

Agreed. Love the Dali poster. I want one now.

S. said...

thank you very much
for making me discover this blog!
I love it! kisses from Italian admirer, your blog is fantastic and your son is wonderful :)

Elizabeth said...

Love the decor but those sheets...that deer head freaks me out!

liz @ bon temps beignet said...

That Dali print always reminds me of the New Orleans 'Festival of Fins' fish that my sister painted. Here's a picture:

http://www.amberle.com/FestivalOfFins/pages/sm20000619_15-18a.htm

Ana* said...

I am in love with the crib

Mallory said...

LOOOVE that crib! so cool.

heather said...

Any source for the crib itself?

@unChCh said...

ohh I love Dalì!!!

Bronwyn said...

I also love the grey sheepskin in the nursery... I think it looks at once comfortable and sophisticated, no?

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Jenny said...

Love the nursery!! Any idea who makes the crib and the crib sheet? I want to go to there.

Amina said...

Loving the crib sheet!

Anonymous said...

crib sheet is hella creepy

Julia @ thebooandtheboy said...

I believe the crib comes from Sweden. I found it available here:
http://www.farmhouseshop.se/cot-beds/cotbed-sebra.html

minkandcappuccino said...

wow that crib sheet is so unique

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(interview with Kim Mesches, featuring BleuDame and holiday gift guides pt. 1 and 2 uploaded!!)
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Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where I can find a crib like this? I can't find them anywhere in the UK!

cassaundra said...

that crib sheet is awesome!

Because It Rocks said...

Dali playing peek a boo in your dining room!Perfect!!
-xoxo-

http://becauseitrocks.blogspot.com

PS:I love your blog!

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BARE BEA said...

HI:)
Yes Kjersti has a georgeus blog! (and so do you.
she is verry "faithful" to here style.
Love it! verry Norwegian:)

Best regards from Norway
Beate

ps: Hope you having a fab holiday:)

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bethxlove said...

What an amazing room! :)

I've just joined Pintrest & the first link I clicked on linked back to you! :D

Lots of Love
Momma B & Babyboy
xxx

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Where is this crib sheet set from?

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Black and white always sounds like special style in any need of design. That is one of my favorite. Awesome work.

Jessica said...

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Alison Greenberg Mendes said...

FOUND THE FITTED SHEET!!!!!!
http://www.mikkili.com/home-accessories/catalog/by-nord/junior-duvet-cover-deer-100x140.html
The product is actually a junior size duvet, so I'm assuming whoever is the source of this photo actually had the duvet cut down and made into a fitted sheet. I'm so obsessed.

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