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Mamas who don't want a "square" nursery can sass up a baby's room with lively geometric prints. Circle adorned crib sheets, trellis printed rugs and boxy prints will make for a modern style with a touch of bebe. As we learned in the '70s, geometric mod prints often incorporate the color brown. An easy color to accent, mama can choose to brighten the space up with hints of apple red, tangerine orange, garden green, all shades of blue, Big Bird yellow or piggy pink — it's all sure to be fabulously tasteful! Check back to see where we're going with H!

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