Keeping the personal baby posts rolling. As I promised, I wanted to share with all of you my baby’s nursery. When we found out it was a boy I took the nursery as a project to pour all my excitement and anticipation into! I wanted it to be a soothing room. I considered the idea of a playful room, but as a fanatic of all things old and rustic, I just couldn’t stray away from my vintage style.
One of the main things I wanted to accomplish was a room that would “grow” with baby, and I believe that I accomplished that (minus the crib of course).
I began the enormous task of designing our first baby’s room with none other than an inspiration board of ideas and a color pallet. There were a few pieces I just knew I had to have such as the jute chandelier, the wall paper and and a serene sheep mobile. Everything else built upon these elements throughout my research.
I also wanted magical and dreamy touches, that’s why I decided to incorporate a quote from a Disney song on the wooden sign my husband built. I also “carved” peter pan out of paper alongside whimsical wording in the pages of a vintage book.
I left the room with a lot of space for Ezra to one day pick and choose things and toys he might want to add, so the room will truly be his own creation.
Ezra’s nursery was featured on Spearmint baby (see it here!)
All Bedding, Pillows & Curtains: by Grandma 😉
Clothes Pins, Vintage Book & Mobile: by yours truly
Wooden Sign: by Daddy
Bunny Knobs: Anthropologie
Chandelier: Jamie Young
Ceiling Medallion: Vintage find
Wallpaper: Harvest Hare by St Jude
Calligraphy: by Laughter & Snow
Rocker: Pottery Barn Kids