Trained at Parsons School of Design and New York University, I am an Interior Designer and Interior Design Planner based in New York City and New Jersey. This Interior Design blog was created to bookmark my inspirations...from
architecture, design, history and fashion. Good design is self-expressing. I interpret these rooms through my own perspective. If you see something new and different...something I can’t see...please contact me, as I am always interested in other peoples’ viewpoints.
Julie Yenicag Interiors
Because, if you have a baby you know they grow fast. So you know that the pleasure of them being a baby is pretty much about "enjoy it while it lasts." And with all that said, a nursery is not about the grownups, as is for the little ones to come home to a place where they'll develop their senses, feel cozy, and be happily welcomed. Remember they come from a dark and tight space. Here is to the sophisticated parents who choose to think about their child’s happiness without sacrificing style. Enjoy!... While it lasts.
Love, love this nursery. The carpet reminds me of this.
Love the retro vibe in this nursery. I love it that the wood wall is very modern and not so dark.
This nursery is over the top with a Murano chandelier and fancy curtains. I think the crib has too much wood but the wallpaper is beautiful.
Catherine Martin circus wallpaper is lovely for a nursery room.
Oval cribs take less space than regular rectangle ones but they don't transition into toddler beds and they may turn a little bit smaller than usual once the baby grows but they are pretty though.
And finally the very innovative nursery of Jenna Lyons's baby boy. This is the room responsible for setting off a rage for striped nursery ceilings.
I am convinced that our surroundings influence our beings and if we put in our homes only what we love based on comfort and functionality beauty will reveal itself. After all, having a warm, comfortably functional and beautiful home to come back to at the end of a long and hectic day, is what we all covet. A happy home which should render us with either a sense of comfort or reward at the end of our busy days.
"Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury" - Coco Chanel 2008-2011 BELLE VIVIR: ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY JULIA PAULINO YENICAG. ALL CONTENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF BELLE VIVIR UNLESS OTHERWISE CREDITED. IT IS NOT PERMITTED TO COPY OR ALTER CONTENT WITHOUT PRIOR CONSENT.