Create a Classic Neutral Nursery

Organic wall covering, a taupe and black color scheme and a comfy window seat create a serene boy's nursery that's sure to stand the test of time.

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Rooms where little ones crawl around on the floor definitely require soft underfoot surfaces. A flat weave rug was used to introduce the color black into the room design, and since the large-scale geometric lattice pattern is not specific to children, it can be used later in any room of the house. Flat weave rugs get their name from being woven (resulting in a flat appearance) rather than knotted (resulting in a more plush, piled effect), and therefore they tend to be thin and lightweight.

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