We have another nursery design reveal from one of our very favorite clients! We’ve worked with her and her family on multiple nurseries and other spaces over several years including 4 children! We finally got to photograph the most recent nursery design and can’t be more thrilled with how it came out.
Wood Crib | Neutral Nursery Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Textured Dresser | Pink Floral Wallpaper | White Fluted Side Table | Gold Etagere | Large Elephant Plush | Pink Poodle Plush | Pink Floral Pillow | Gold Bunny Mobile | Acrylic Changing Tray | White Gold Wall Ledges | Neutral Rug | Pink Fringe Throw Blanket
The subtle pink floral wallpaper is the centerpiece of the nursery. It adds a touch of whimsy and femininity to the room while creating a soft and soothing environment for the baby. The wallpaper also adds texture and depth, making it feel more dynamic even though it’s a small space. To balance the pattern of the wallpaper, we paired it with neutral furniture and accents, allowing the wallpaper to be the star of the show without overwhelming the small nursery.
Wood Crib | Neutral Nursery Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Pink Floral Wallpaper | Large Elephant Plush | Pink Poodle Plush | Pink Floral Pillow | Gold Bunny Mobile | Neutral Rug | Pink Dot Crib Sheet | Pink Fringe Throw Blanket
To complement the pink floral wallpaper, we layered neutrals with blush pink accents throughout the nursery. We chose a light wood crib to add warmth to the space and paired it with a blush pink crib sheet and a neutral-colored crib skirt. The glider and ottoman are also neutral, but we added a blush pink changing pad cover and throw blankets to tie in with the overall color scheme. Additionally, we used a neutral area rug with a subtle pattern to anchor the room and add texture.
Wood Crib | Neutral Nursery Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Textured Dresser | Pink Floral Wallpaper | Gold Etagere | Large Elephant Plush | Pink Poodle Plush | Gold Bunny Mobile | White Gold Wall Ledges | Acrylic Changing Tray | Neutral Rug
Lighting is very important in a nursery, so we added flexible window treatments. The double layer window treatments not only provide privacy and light control, but they also add depth and texture to the room. We used a neutral-colored blackout shade as the first layer and blush pink blackout curtains as the second layer. The curtains also help to soften the room and add a touch of elegance.
Neutral Nursery Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Pink Floral Wallpaper | White Fluted Side Table | Gold Etagere | Pink Poodle Plush | Pink Floral Pillow | Scallop Storage Basket | Gold Rabbit Decor | Faux Peony Arrangement
An open bookcase, or etagere, is an excellent storage solution for a nursery. It provides ample space for books, toys, and other baby essentials while keeping them organized and within easy reach. However, there are some safety concerns to keep in mind. We had this bookcase anchored to the wall so it won’t wiggle or fall over. Also, we replaced the glass shelves with acrylic ones, so there is no glass in the room. The art piece over the glider also has acrylic instead of real glass!
This nursery was small, so we used the closet to help maximize on space. First, we added new doors with mirrored fronts. This helps to open up the space visually. Plus, babies love looking at themselves in the mirror! Next, the inside of the closet was redone with adjustable wardrobe bars, baby hangers, and some extra drawers on the other side. Organization is key, but flexibility is even better!
We love how this design came out! This was actually the second nursery we designed for this client. Here is the first nursery we designed, for her first daughter. We wanted to make sure each nursery felt unique, but that they also flowed together.
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