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Design Reveal: Saddle Up Lil’ Cowboys

We’re thrilled to share another brand new nursery design project from Little Crown Interiors. Last week, we gave Spreecast viewers a sneak peek during Project Nursery’s weekly “Dish and Design” at 11AM PST/2PM EST every Thursday. Today, we’re excited to share the entire project.

Customized from top-to-bottom, we had the pleasure of working with this little cowboy’s parents-to-be to create a perfect space for their new arrival.

Western theme designer nursery by Little Crown Interiors

One of our favorite parts of this project was having the opportunity to use this beautiful wood paneling behind the gorgeous Chelsea Espresso crib by Bratt Decor. After seeing how beautifully it installed into the room, we’re definitely going to be itching for another opportunity to panel a nursery design project.

nursery with wood paneling

Perhaps one of the most inspirational moments of the design process was the moment we first saw this spectacular child’s size saddle, which was used by the mom-to-be during her childhood. After brainstorming several ideas, we settled on the idea of turning it into a one-of-a-kind ottoman.

boys nursery design ideas

Another favorite element of ours, is the subtle mural by the talented Bryant Artwork, with whom we’ve worked on several projects, including our celebrity nursery design for Spice Girl Mel B.

boys baby nursery with wall mural

Gorgeous photography by Full Spectrum Photography

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7 Comments

  1. 1

    Giddy Up! Cole is one lucky little cowboy. Thank you for sharing more of your amazing work.

  2. 2

    Everything looks amazing!! I love how the room flows so well. I think my favorite thing is the “Cole” rope :) Great job!

  3. 3

    I absolute “adore” this nursery. I have 3 girls and we are done however…maybe… lol Thank you for sharing these great pics. <3

  4. 5

    The saddle is beautiful. Lucky Cole, mommy saved her saddle for him :)

  5. 6

    I love the “Cole” rope. Is this a possible DIY?

  6. 7

    Hello- where did you get this rug from?! Love it.

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