Beautiful Nursery Lets Moms Pamper Themselves While Taking Care of Baby

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Ever wondered what a true designer nursery looks like? I stumbled across this one from Lucas Studio based in L.A. and thought it would be fun to share. There are a lot of elements I love about this space. It's so impressive! Wouldn't everybody like to have a luxurious daybed in their nursery and a sitting area like the one pictured above?

See a few more photos below:

Side-by-side sunburst mirrors and a beautifully modern dresser-slash-changing table. These would look great in just about any room!

These complementary fabric picks are absolutely gorgeous and not what you would expect in a nursery at all. 

How about this crib? The cutouts are so interesting and are a new take on the drop-sides of the past. 

Giant pelican painting? Why not! But there are a few things here that make me pretty nervous, like those sharp-edged tables -- and is that a ceramic peacock? It's lovely, but I think small hands would make quick work of that, don't you?

So there you have it! Now you know how a professional design firm does an upscale nursery. I'm curious to hear what you think -- drool-worthy or not your cup of tea?

Would you ever get a professional interior decorator to design you a nursery like this one?

Images via Lucas Studio

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NatAndCo NatAndCo

Nope. Its clearly more about the mom then the baby. I would hire a designer that would consider how to help a baby's development over whether mommy thought the room was pretty.

kelti... kelticmom

Gee, how did babies ever develop properly in Victorian era nurseries or better yet teepees, wigwams and mud huts? I think it's beautiful.

Mount... MountieMama

A bed for you in the baby room is a must!! We left the guest bed in my sons room for the flood of family that would be coming. I used it soo often! Awesome to lay down and bf. or cuddle them if they're sick.

Heath... HeatherMazzone

It looks like a living room with a crib...

luvsc... luvschocolate

it doesn't look baby friendly to me, I would prefer bright colors and stimulating things for baby to look at, I do lir the style for a sitting room or living room., or even master bedroom but baby's room should be all about the baby,

NatAndCo NatAndCo

Gee, kelticmom, we should have just stopped studying child development then. what's the point when kids in the Victorian era did fine?

Its a pretty nursery, i just don't find it baby friendly.

I usually like your comments, this one was full of unnecessary snark.

nonmember avatar Gretta

I sincerely love it.

Nolanzo Nolanzo

That is a gorgeous crib. I cringed when I saw all the crap piled inside though... I realize the pic is just for show but geez.... no bumpers either!!!

PonyC... PonyChaser

WAY too fussy for me. Pretty, just not my style. Like Chocolate said, bright colors and "baby" stuff would be more my speed.

Senia... Seniahmom

It seems awfully pretentious for anywhere, let alone a nursery! So not my style!

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