So we have a condo-dwelling couple, and we just finished their living and bedroom space. Lo and behold, there is a bun in the oven, and the guest room needs to be turned into a nursery, stat.
The ask was for light, airy, tasteful, and decor that could age with the child.
We put together three different styles that could be implemented easily, with good quality furniture that would be suitable for a growing tot for many years to come.
Option 1: Woodland. With organic shapes, and influenced by the peacefulness of the woods, here is one option. The highlights, and Oeuf crib that converts to a toddler bed, a Gus Modern glider for those midnight snuggles, and a Gus Modern daybed couch, that a tired parent can crash on.
Option 2: City Escape. A little more tailored, this urban nursery boasts hints of brass and pops of colour with soft blush and emerald green. Paired with natural elements, such as this West Elm block side table, and Pottery Barn crib & dresser set. And of course, every child's room needs a couple classic toys, that will last a lifetime, such as these Alexander Girard dolls.
Option 3: Quiet Retreat. A slightly more traditional look, this sweet nursery pairs soft greys and blues, and natural materials. Starting out with the Restoration Hardware 3/1 crib convertible bed, and paired with a custom upholstered nursing chair, this nursery will be a peaceful retreat for both baby and parent. We love hand-made artisan peices, and found the branch mobile on Etsy.
Now you've seen them all. Which nursery would you want?