8.14.2014

A Woodland Nursery...gray, cream, and natural


True to the baby boom that is currently happening among my clients/friends, I have another nursery to share with you guys.
And I am pumped about it.

Seriously, this is one of my favorite ones I have ever been a part of. 

Remember the sweet girl's room I just posted?
Well, we had to get ready for her baby brother to arrive. ;) 

A color scheme of gray, cream, and natural linen set the tone for the room. There would be a monochromatic color palette layered with textures. 
I think that with the result, we hit the nail on the head. 

The iron bed is the gorgeous focal point of the room. 
Framed by full, linen panels, it's soft and comfy, ready for the little one to arrive.



Y'all know I love a hide rug. 
And this room kinda begged for one too. 

A gorgeous white brindle now gives a hint of texture and provides softness underfoot. 




The pretty cream glider, covered in a brushed chenille, has a little pop o' pattern with the fun tribal print pillow. 

A precious wood-framed quote, the pedestal table, and a wood-grain lamp add layer upon layer of texture without sacrificing the soothing nature of the room. 


It's pretty safe to say I am in love with this crib skirt fabric.
Seriously. In love. 




More detail shots...



The double window is flanked by some super fun pieces. I loved the bamboo sunburst mirrors - the size was great - and I can not resist a vintage paint by number. The classic accent of the black wall shelf gives a nice contrast to the soft gray walls. 



Original built-ins give the room a perfect spot to display sweet mementos and special toys, and a nice place to change a diaper in the middle of the night too.


I love the wall light -  a little industrial style moment in this corner.
And my super hubs installed it. 
He's the best. 


These little forest animal prints fit the space perfectly...they're great for a boy's room and are a cute touch of whimsy. 


Now it's time for that baby to get here! :) 


1 comment:

  1. The nursery is gorgeous! Where is the glider from?

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