Posted by Lauren Hartmann
I’m so excited to share today’s nursery with you. My friend Molly Kidd of the blog Urban Nester put together a lovely space for her brand new baby girl Karis Ruby and it pretty much embodies my approach to nursery design. It’s totally functional while still being chic and there’s a great balance of simplicity and whimsy. It’s a space that both an adult and a little one would enjoy being and the juxtaposition of modern and vintage pieces makes the space feel cozy and warm. When I asked Molly to share a bit about Karis’ space she said, “I wanted her space to be more feminine, and less babyish. I prefer simple design, and wanted the nursery to flow with the rest of our house, so I stuck primarily with black, white, grey, gold, and touches of mustard and various shades of pink. I’m happy with how the space turned out!” I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for letting me share your design handiwork Molly!
Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.”
This is an all-time favorite inspiring quote from Winnie the Pooh. As a matter of fact, you would be surprised how many magical quotes are inspired from Disney movies. And well — they are just perfect for the nursery. From words of wisdom to quotes that inspired – I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite Disney quotes that are picture perfect for the nursery. Which one is your favorite?
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
White is a great color for a nursery because it’s so easy to work with and gives the room a unified feel. As your baby gets older, it’s easier to redecorate without having to start from scratch (you never really grow out of crisp white walls or furniture, do you?).
These nurseries are all grounded in white but then go in completely different directions, whether it’s neon or vintage or shabby chic:
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
I’m in love with book mobiles! I think they are absolutely beautiful and completely unique, especially when you make them yourself. The cool thing is that they can be totally customizable by finding the perfect cover that matches the nursery’s theme or color scheme. While strolling through the thrift store recently, I found dozens and dozens of Winnie the Pooh hardcover books. I scooped one up to show how easy it is to create your very own awesome DIY Disney themed book mobile!
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Decorating the nursery can be a tricky deal if you’re looking for something trendy and fun, but don’t want to have to deal with it permanently. Using tape is such a fun and wonderful way to experiment with designs and patterns in the nursery without spending a lot of making a huge change. With the popularity of Washi tape and duct tape exploding in the DIY scene, it’s easy to find the exact color and pattern you’re looking for. Click through these simple to incorporate ideas to use in your baby’s nursery.