Pottery Barn Kids Room

Pottery Barn Kids Room

After deciding to move, Ayesha Curry was sad to leave the stunning nursery that Pottery Barn Kids created for her 10-month-old daughter, Ryan. Before she could get too upset about the change, the iconic brand agreed to help the mother-of-two create the same sophisticated yet sweet feel in their new home for both Riley and Ryan’s shared bedroom and their boho-chic playroom.
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

After deciding to move, Ayesha Curry was sad to leave the stunning nursery that Pottery Barn Kids created for her 10-month-old daughter, Ryan. Before she could get too upset about the change, the iconic brand agreed to help the mother-of-two create the same sophisticated yet sweet feel in their new home for both Riley and Ryan’s shared bedroom and their boho-chic playroom. Once 3-year-old Riley determined that she wanted a lavender, plum, and pink color palette, Ayesha worked to translate her daughter’s vision into a mature look that the girls could grow into. The playful space incorporated feminine accents as well as some of their favorite things, including butterflies and horses. Although Stephen Curry’s wife originally worried that a teal and yellow look was what her daughters should have chosen, she decided to let Riley take the lead since it was truly her space. “It ended up being gorgeous, playful, light and airy, and a place they could grow into throughout their childhood,” Ayesha wrote on her blog. “The shade of purple they chose was perfect and the subtle pink accents were just the touch of feminine it needed.” Take a sneak peek of the rooms and good luck resisting all of the shopable details below!
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

Welcoming a new family member? Let Pottery Barn Kids help you build your online baby registry. Our registry checklist is a great place to start — we’ve created a list of all the must-haves from diaper bags to nursery furniture to nursery decor. These are great items to put on your gift registry before you have your baby shower. Some other items we suggest adding to your registry are baby clothes, bath toys and diaper pails. Our nursery products are all designed with health safety in mind, especially our furniture and bedding. We offer free shipping on plenty of baby gear and guests can even give you gift cards so you can pick out the perfect item yourself.
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

Online Baby Registry Welcoming a new family member? Let Pottery Barn Kids help you build your online baby registry. Our registry checklist is a great place to start — we’ve created a list of all the must-haves from diaper bags to nursery furniture to nursery decor. These are great items to put on your gift registry before you have your baby shower. Some other items we suggest adding to your registry are baby clothes, bath toys and diaper pails. Our nursery products are all designed with health safety in mind, especially our furniture and bedding. We offer free shipping on plenty of baby gear and guests can even give you gift cards so you can pick out the perfect item yourself.
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

Two walls of the room had windows, yet the room still felt dreary! We removed the blinds and added white Twill Blackout Roman Shades to each window (they’re cordless – safe for kids!). For extra pizzazz, we attached rainbow-colored pom-pom trim to the bottom of each shade. I love how that little detail added a “this is a kid’s room” punch!
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

I didn’t want to clutter each window with curtains, so we got the double-width Peyton Drapes in ivory. Because the space is overall neutral, the white and ivory window treatments layered beautifully to create softness. To tie in the wall color, I chose the grey Dawson Rug – it is plush and gorgeous! I have four little ones of my own, and I know a good kid’s room rug when I see it. That rug is m-a-d-e for kids! You can tell it’s going to hold up great through the years.
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

Whether it’s sports, the great outdoors or super heroes, themes for a boy’s room are adventurous and fun. Start with a wall mural to set the tone, or try a fun rug as a backdrop to layer on other design elements.
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Pottery Barn Kids Room

Boys love to collect trinkets and treasures, so find a special place to display their favorite finds. Whether set on a shelf, placed on a dresser or hung on the wall, celebrating his items will make the room feel personal.
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We really wanted this nursery to feel calm and traditional with a modern twist. The original paint color was a little dark, so we transformed the walls with a barely there gray, and the room brightened instantly.
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Art for this room was really important to give the nursery life and personality. Each print was chosen with care and framed in the White Gallery Frames. (By the way, I was super impressed with the quality of these frames! The mats are cut very well, and the frame is nice and heavy.)

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