Think Pink

Text by Lynda Simonton

Pink items used in a children's nurseryPamela Copeman—designer, artist, and doting grandmother—creates a nursery that is unabashedly pink. Copeman’s design deftly balances whimsy and elegance, resulting in a room pleasing to both baby and the parents. Underfoot is a leopard‑print rug in—what else?—pink. “I believe that every child deserves to be exposed to sophisticated designs, and an animal print, which is both classic and timeless, is a good start,” Copeman says. Up above is a ceiling covered in iconic bunny-print wallpaper by Hunt Slonem, so baby has something delightful to look at. The center of any nursery is undoubtedly the crib. Copeman selected one from RH Baby & Child with a classic shape and a softly distressed white finish. The finishing touches are dazzling lighting and a chic chair in a pretty blush hue.

Pictured Above:
1. Dolce Pom Pom Fringe for Window Treatment, Samuel & Sons, The Martin Group, Boston Design Center, martingroupinc.com 2. Silk Ball Gown Fabric for Window Treatment, Kravet, Boston Design Center, kravet.com 3. Stuffed Bunny by Maileg, La Petite Maison, Hingham, Mass., lapetitemaison.us 4. Dunkirk Chandelier, Hudson Valley Lighting, Chimera, chimeralightingdesign.com 5. Bellina Low-Profile Arched Conversion Crib, RH Baby & Child, rhbabyandchild.com 6. When an Elephant Falls in Love, By Davide Cali (author) and Alice Lotti (illustrator), Chronicle Books, La Petite Maison 7. The Paxton Swivel Chair, Serena & Lily, Westport, Conn., serenaandlily.com 8. Peek-A-Boo PKB-7011, Surya Rug, Colony Rug, Hingham, Mass., colonyrug.com 9. Hutch Wallpaper by Hunt Slonem, Groundworks/Lee Jofa, Boston Design Center, kravet.com 10. Designer Pamela Copeman

Pamela Copeman, Nantasket Beach, Mass., 781-773-1192, pamelacopeman.com

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