Andrew’s Gray Safari Nursery

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  • Nursery Gallery Wall4/9
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  • Gray Striped Nursery Accent Wall6/9
  • DIY Nursery Canvas Letters7/9
  • Pottery-Barn-Kids-Brooks-Bedding8/9
  • Custom Nursery Closet9/9
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Description

We created a calm and peaceful gray safari nursery using gray striped walls. You can read more about the project on my blog, ctmommyblog.com.

Design Inspiration

Our Pottery Barn Kids Brooks bedding was our design inspiration. It featured the blue, gray, and green colors we wanted to highlight with subtle hints of safari animals.

Decorating Style

I would describe my decorating style as traditional, but I'm not scared to try new things. I've really wanted to try a gray striped wall and our baby boy's nursery was the perfect place to experiment. I'm so happy with the final product.

Project Details

Baby Cache Vienna Crib: Babies R' Us

Rockland Austin Dresser: JCPenney

Brooks Bedding: Pottery Barn Kids

Curtains - Polka Dot at Etsy

Elephant Hamper: Home Depot

Melissa & Doug Giraffe: Amazon

Canvas Wall Letters: DIY

Changing Table Lamp - Amazon

Threshold Windham Side Table: Target

Mirror: Hobby Lobby

Gallery Wall Prints: Etsy, Zulily, Target, Minted

Little Man Sign - Etsy

Wall Color: Behr Porpoise at Home Depot

Favorite Items

I love the way the gallery wall came out. It was a labor of love but it really warmed up the room and gave it personality. Our baby loves looking up at all the pictures while he's on the changing table too!

Advice

Start early and take your time. I gathered my favorite pieces over several months.

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