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Curtains and wall hangings, picture frames with drawings or photographs, mobiles and baby toys -- these are the touches that tie your theme together.
"My favorite nursery accessory is a mobile, which can double as a piece of art," says Dallas interior designer Broc Clark [www.brocinteriors.com]. "The best accessories are childproof and timeless, namely art or window dressings. I picture a red room, an interesting mobile and a Lichenstein -- stimulating for both child and parent."
For more fun, make the essentials part of your d�cor. Get colorful with your clock, lamps, doorknobs, drawer handles and switchplate covers. Growth charts offer not only a great way to track your child's height; they can also add a whimsical, decorative touch. (On a budget? Attach a yardstick or smooth board to the wall. This way, you can keep the original measurements even if you move to another home.) Start assembling these fun finishing touches now -- the more eclectic, the better.
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Ready to get started? Be sure to check out our interactive, customizable nursery checklist. It's an easy way to help you get baby's room all ready! We also have many more nursery articles here -- take a peek to learn about everything from creating a unisex bedroom to decorating on a budget.