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Topic - Megan Blake
When Rachel George was preparing for her first baby four years ago, she and her husband designed the nursery themselves by picking out everything they loved from Pottery Barn Kids. Now that Mr. and Mrs. George, who live in Falls Church, are expecting their third child, they're working with interior designer Jessica Bonness to ensure that their children's bedrooms complement each other as well as the rest of the house.
Mrs. Blake said almost anything can be used for decorative items.
Mrs. Blake said some homeowners opt for wall-to-wall carpeting in a nursery, but those with hardwood flooring usually choose a soft rug.