Argyle print in orange, blues and grays. Small space, lots of character! Books and sock monkeys make up much of the decor.
This space was inspired by an argyle print. I was wanting to veer away from the popular baby blue and brown. I chose all the decor in the room based off the colors in the print. It was challenging to match the colors but totally worth it!
Traditional with a few whimsical details.
The hardest part of decorating the nursery was painting the argyle print on the wall. It required a ton of math and a TON of time. The book shelf/lean above the dresser is a $10 chair rail cut to the desired length. Just about everything in the room was handmade. I wanted my baby's nursery to be one of a kind!
I love the pinwheel mobile. I found scrapbook paper that matched the argyle fabric and made the mobile myself with button brads and fishing line. I also love all the books. Cooper has HUNDREDS of books so it was very important to have a shelf to display a few of my favorites. We did not have the room for a rocking chair so I chose to add a child size leather chair for a reading corner when he gets older.
Find a fabric you love and design your room around that. I also would suggest not filling your nursery up with unneccsary furniture, especially if you have limited space like I did.