Show us your baby’s nursery

October 18, 2013 

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We want to see smart, stylish spaces for the under-age 2 set.

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With the wide array of stylish and convertible furniture on the market today, baby’s first room can easily morph into kiddie space and mesh neatly with your home’s overall design.

We’re preparing a report on nurseries and would like to see yours. How has the space evolved to meet changing needs as your baby has become a toddler? What decorating choices worked for you? What would you do differently?

Send an email with up to three high-resolution JPEG photos and up to 75 words of explanation to cmiller@newsobserver.com. We need to hear from you by Nov. 1. Be sure to include your name, the town where you live and a phone number where you can be reached if we need more information. (Your phone number will not be published.) Put “Baby nursery” in the subject line.

We’ll share some of your photos and stories in an upcoming Home&Garden.

Please note: Sending photos and essays gives us permission to use them in the paper and on newsobserver.com.

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