yay, eloise’s nursery is finally ready for its big reveal! last spring I shared the moodboard I created & looking back on it, it was pretty darn on point!
when I first envisioned this space, I knew that it was a room that I needed to love. new mamas & papas spend so, so much time in the nursery & it is important that they feel comfy in the space. the two requirements for me were: calming & sophisticated (in that it didn’t feel like a pre-school). plus, let’s be honest, nurseries – like first birthday parties – are much more for the parents than the babies.
I was a bit nervous about how this space would come together since I did so in bits & pieces, & really didn’t get everything together until the week before eloise was born (due to our on-going house remodel). I had to trust my instincts on what I thought would work & wouldn’t work, & I am so thrilled about how eloise’s nursery came together!
& what you have all been waiting for. enjoy!
rug: west elm safari
light fixture: west elm braided rope pendant
crib: babyletto hudson
crib sheet: american baby
glider: land of nod milo
ottoman: anthropologie (old)
table: overstock blake nightstand
lamp: oh joy for land of nod
picture ledges: ikea ribba
baby animal prints: the animal print shop little darlings (zebra // giraffe // lion)
picture frames: ikea ribba
changing pad: keekaroo
diaper basket: handmade by amanda
bookends: restoration hardware baby & child (elephant // giraffe)
curtains: ikea lenda with added pom trim
shelf: ikea ekby (brackets painted gold)
eloise blocks: handmade by e’s grammie
gold figurines: target (old)
abacus: land of nod
elephant hamper: home decorator’s collection
moccasins: freshly picked (gold // turquoise)
paint colors: simply white by benjamin moore (walls & ceiling) & quartz stone by benjamin moore (ceiling)
if you have decorated a nursery for your little, what were your favorite design choices?