I’m such a neutrals lover. Most of our home is full of different shades of grays, whites & creams. True to form, we decorated Emerson’s nursery in the gray/white/cream tones with a few pops of subtle navy & brown because we went with a Rustic Nautical theme for him.
Because I love the current set-up in the nursery for a little baby, we’ve decided to upgrade Emerson to a big boy version of his room down the hall that will be more appropriate for a busy toddler. Once I pulled out all of the nautical decor and Emerson framed pictures, the nursery is left with a beautiful easy slate to work with for Elliott’s new nursery!
We have these gray & white curtains which block light. I actually bought another set in a different material and color pattern for Emerson’s new room. Stephen worked diligently last summer and bead-boarded the entire nursery from about chest-height down. It’s so darling and classic – I love it soo much. It will look equally as cute for a little girl’s room.
We have this crib & dresser, this glider chair, and this rug. Love this light pink pouf ottoman from Land of Nod. I’m thinking some girly sheets will help with making the room feel a little extra feminine along with this flower crown mirror. Stephen’s family has a vintage rocking horse that was made by his grandfather. I like that it adds some elements of wood to the nursery.
I’ve leaned on good ‘ole Pinterest to help tie in some of my inspiration and a few of my fav nursery pics are below.
My style is soft, feminine, with textured blush & neutral accents that make for a sweet timeless look.
I will share another post soon on Emerson’s Big Boy Room Upgrade inspiration! It is coming together, slowly but surely! Until next time … !