Nursery

Nora’s Nursery Reveal

I am so so excited to share Nora’s nursery with you today! She is going to be here in just a few days and I keep dreaming of the days to come in this sweet space.

When I found out I was having a girl the first thing I started on was the nursery. I was so excited to be able to do a room totally dedicated to my little girl (it was kind a dream come true for me). I knew I wanted something light and airy but fun. I had a few vintage pieces that I have been hanging on to that I knew had to be incorporated into the design, but I definitely wanted a touch of modern as well.

The first thing I got was the crib sheet by Little Unicorn . I pulled the blush, gray and pops of color from the sheet and used it for the color pallet of the room. Sydni showed me the gorgeous print from Christie Adelle and I fell in love! The amazing artwork became the focal point of the room and I love how it added a modern touch and tied everything together. The crib was actually mine when I was a baby so it has some special meaning. The vintage dresser was my great grandmothers so it has some EXTRA special meaning, and that darling rocking horse was made by my amazing father.  I love that I could incorporate these meaningful pieces into her room and I feel like they fit so well. The big fluffy pink rug was a find at Tuesday Morning. One touch of that rug and I knew I had to have it! It is crazy soft and cozy I love sitting in the chair and just rubbing my feet on the rug which has become my favorite part of the room.

For the changing table I am using a beautiful dresser that belonged to my great grandmother. I love the warmth of the wood and tried to accent it throughout the room. The changing pad fits perfectly on it and I hung a beautiful mobile from pottery barn over the top (sorry guys it is currently out of stock). I am super excited about the diaper caddy by Ubbi. I love that I can have all I need for changing in one portable spot. I also can’t wait to try out the Ubbi diaper pail it is supposed to block out odors and my favorite part is I can use regular garbage bags and I don’t have to spend a fortune on special bags.

I accessorized the book shelves with a mixture of vintage and modern items to bring the space together. I framed a bib and a bonnet that my great grandmother made  and added some modern art pieces that I found on Etsy along with some toys and books. I love this little spot in her room and I am sure my boys will love hanging out with her there.

I can’t wait to watch my little girl grow in this space and be a happy place for memories to be made.

You can find some of the items in the room here. There are a few items that are no longer available,  but If I am missing something, don’t hesitate to ask!

 

XOXO,

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