This space was created for our first child. We didn't know the gender of the baby, so we had to come up with a design that suited either a boy or girl and wanted something that could grow with them. It was indeed a labour of love! The feature wall was executed by my parents, and let's just say they (my husband included) thought I was crazy when I showed them the idea I had in mind. All the hard work paid off though; we couldn't be happier with the end result.
My inspiration for this nursery was the band Coldplay. The album artwork for Mylo Xyloto specifically. The graffiti is vibrant and provided a broad colour pallet that is gender neutral.
I like to mix bold colours and patterns with modern furnishings and neutral paint colours. Go bold in the accents so you can change them when your heart desires.
Modo 3-in-1 Crib: LussoBaby
Dutailier Glider: Westcoast Kids
Dresser: Re-purposed (husband's childhood dresser)
Paint: Benjamin Moore
Lamp & Side Table: IKEA
Changing Pad Cover: ModFox on Etsy
Baby Monitor: Angelcare
Crib Sheet: Target
Toy Baskets: Home Sense
Shelving Accessories: Home Sense and Value Village
Muslin Wraps: Aiden & Anais
Gallery Wall: DIY's
Rainbow Printable: The Twitchells
Read Printable: The Pretty Bee
Feature Wall Tutorial: Interiors by Kenz
Mobile Tutorial: Gus and Lulu
My favourite item is the Babyletto crib. I had always wanted this crib for our nursery. It's clean lines and modern design are timeless. If you ask my husband, his favourite item is the glider. He chose this one because it reclines, and while I didn't think that would matter, we have both used that feature almost every night since our son was born!
Don't be afraid of colour! Every time we are in that nursery it makes us happy; whether it's 3am or 2pm. Also don't design a space that will have to be changed when the child turns 1. A few simple changes and this nursery is easily ready for a toddler!