A Gray, Cream, and Blue Room for a Baby Boy

Hello, Baby Boom.
Hello, Dream Job.
How lucky am I?!?!
I get to help my friends/clients design spaces for their little ones on the way.
Geez, I could cry with how blessed I feel to do what I do. 
I absolutely love helping my clients make their houses feel like home. And to do it for a baby who’s almost here, well, its just such a treat. 
The mommy to be and I decided on a color palette of gray, cream, and a hint of blue for this nursery. Her love of animals would be paramount, and my love for mixing styles would be conveyed too. 
Check it out:
The gorgeous bed is classic and sophisticated, and the higher back makes for an easy focal point. 
A rustic pine dresser holds all those darling baby essentials, and the large lattice print rug gives a nod to the mod. 
Black accents lean to the industrial look in the handsome light fixture, the bold drapery rod, and the tall bookshelf (shown down below). 

Full, double width cream linen panels + a classic linen glider and ottoman = soft and comfy for baby

The natural wood trough gives a perfect resting spot for all those adorable soft animals, and the woven basket leaves room for toys and books.
We chose to keep the bedding clean and crisp, and settled on a gray-blue and cream basket weave woven geometric for both the crib skirt and bumper. The crib sheet is a small print in yellow and white. 

Adorable animal prints flank the bed and a precious mobile of felt elephants dangles over the crib. 

I love this oversized, soft Mr. Elephant – he’s perfect for play time and cuddles! 

The bookshelf is one of those fabulous grow-with-baby pieces. It can be used indefinitely, really, as baby boy transitions to a big boy room and then even later. 
But not to rush time, for now the shelf displays sweet, sentimental pieces. 

Hope you enjoyed this reveal.
..this nursery was a joy to do!