Kid Decor Inspiration from Target and Pottery Barn

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Planning a nursery for your new one to-be? Or have a baby who's ready for a "big kid" room? You'll love these new children's room collections from two of our fav retailers - Target and Pottery Barn Kids.

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If you're planning a nursery for your new arrival, you'll want to check out the new stylish, modern Pottery Barn Kids collection by stylist Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. You may remember them from their PBTeen collection they put out in 2013 and 2014. Now they are bringing their modern look to the nursery with a collection of white and black, and pink and gold furnishings and accessories that can be mixed and matched to your heart's content.

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How gorgeous are these?! I love that you can create a really dramatic black and white nursery, a sweet gold and pink room, or mix and match pieces of both to create your perfect place for your new babe. Visit PotteryBarn.com to see the entire collection and more ways to mix and match your favorites.

If you have an child ready to move up to a "big kid" room, check out the new collection from Target. At the end of February, they launched their new Pillowfort line, a fun mix-and-match home decor collection for kids in a variety of styles. You can choose from a whooping 12 different themes and more than 1,200 pieces of furniture, bedding, lighting, storage and décor.

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The themes include Camp Kiddo, Ocean Oasis, Creature Cave, Floral Field, Stellar Station, Modern Mirage, Tropical Treehouse, Marvelous Manor, Grand Getaway, Discovery Den, Sprinkle Suit, and Explorer's Escape. We love that there are SO many motifs to choose from and that your child can mix-and-match to make their perfect room - whether that is camping canopy with a sparkly gold pillow or a stuffed zebra head with rocketship bedspread.

Prices range from $4.99-$59.99 for bedding and décor in the collection to $39.99-$599.99 for furniture. With so many styles and options, most physical stores won't be able to carry all of the options in-store so your best bet is to head to Target.com to order.

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