I had the honor of designing my dear friend Martina’s nursery for her, and I can’t wait to finally share this reveal with you! This space was so special and dear to my heart because their beautiful baby boy came so early and spent 100 days in the NICU. It has been a long and arduous journey and I am so glad I was able to create such a beautiful space for her to be welcomed into her home.
We started by painting the Sherwin Williams Flat Steppe Walls a delicious warm mauve. We wanted something that would grow with her and not look too childish and this color couldn’t be more perfect.
We have paired it with Tulip sketches Wallpaper from North and Finch Company has a soft, whimsical look. We used peel and stick paper which made installation very easy and allowed for easy changes down the road. Although we hope it won’t be anytime soon 🙂
We moms spend a lot of time in our gliders during those early months, so I knew I wanted to make this corner a bit more cozy and special. We started with Alistair Glader From McGee & Co. It is the most perfect linen fabric and has the most beautiful curves.
Martina’s husband, Nick, was very concerned about getting an ergonomic chair, and this one passed the sitting test successfully. It is associated with Aleister Ottoman who has a nice figure.
For some of the nursing and reading lamps in this corner, we used an antique lampshade that served as the inspirational starting point for this whole space. Martina found them at a local bona fide for $5 and the scalloped edge was just too cute to pass up. The stand we put the shade on was another savings find that ended up pairing perfectly with the shade.
Nick designed these adorable little bookshelves which are very practical and space saving. They help display books not just as books, but as works of art. Don’t you think he needs to start selling them?!
To add more comfort we used luxury Velvet curtains. And I must say being from Amazon – they are very good. Great quality, color and very thick. They add the perfect touch of whimsy. We used ivory.
Both the bunny print and the small side table are also provided and I love all the vintage character that pieces like these add.
the bed It’s from Target and it’s a good warm wood tone. It has nice clean lines and converts into a transitional toddler bed.
We created a gallery wall above the crib using some thrifty frames and old artwork. We’ve also taken a page from the best book ever: The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse. We thought this couldn’t be more perfect for their sweet baby girl.
Across the room, we found this adorable antique dresser on Facebook Marketplace to use as a changing table and it’s one of my favorite things to do in the nursery. It saves you a lot of storage and adds a lot of charm!
The mirror and artwork are also in antique stores.
And we can’t forget the carpet and the light. carpet from Rifle Paper x Loloi Collection And it’s the softest thing ever. The colors blend perfectly with everything in this space and the pattern adds another touch of whimsy to this magical room.
We added ceiling medallion For some extra character on the ceiling before adding this gorgeous Beaded glass chandelier. It gives off a great light and makes such a statement! It is the icing on the cake of this beautiful room.
I am so happy with how this space turned out and loved seeing their little girl here! She had a rough start to her life but she is in amazing shape and couldn’t be more perfect.
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