Because so many of you have asked me to do reviews on baby products, like what is the best baby changing table dresser and 4 in 1 convertible cribs, I know most of you would enjoy this article on baby nurseries.
Some people really think outside of the box when it comes to design and style and are able to come up with some really awesome ideas. All of which can help give others some really great ideas for designing rooms in their homes or offices or where ever they want to design a room.
Everyone wants to bring their new baby home to a beautifully designed well styled baby nursery. So I just knew when I came across this wonderful article I had to share it with you guys. Believe me as always you will not only love it, you just might get some really cool ideas.
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It’s time for yet another e-design reveal and this time we have after photos to show you. Our lovely client Sophie and her husband, were expecting their second baby and contacted us to help them with a few rooms in their house – one being their new nursery.
The room itself is a really interesting shape with lots of cute moulding details and gets a ton of natural light, which was a great base for us to work with. They had already painted the walls in Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl which is an EHD fave.
The brief from Sophie was very simple indeed: A neutral nursery. I actually had a conversation with her to find out a bit more and she sent over a few tips for what they were looking for furniture-wise.
– We have a cute white crib that is circular and can change from small to large
– We have a changing table top that can go on a new dresser
– I would like to get a new dresser, a new glider (not a rocking chair), bedding, a small book shelf, lamp, art work, and accessories
– Do not need window treatments – there are pretty white shutters in this room
– The room is painted Gray Owl (Benjamin Moore)
– Hot pink, I love hot pink.
Our designer Ali got to work on it and came up with two different schemes using a fairly neutral palette and brought in pops of color through the use of accessories.
Ali laid everything out on a plan to show Sophie where things should be placed. I thought it looked great and Emily checked it over and said “You ladies are good”. We moved forward.
The room turned out super cute and we love how the light woods and whites work with the pops of colour and gold tones.
Sophie stuck with the original dresser that we proposed and we actually think this works the best. The light wood brings a nice warmth to the space whilst the rounded edges and white accents keep it feeling young and fresh.
We love the crib Sophie chose, the soft organic edges and legs are a great added detail. The rug works really well in here and pops off the neutral colour carpet.
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