Quinlan’s Room

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Fairyland Forest I was inspired by some retail spaces in Paris. I loved the idea of birch trees and that is how it all started. I also wanted a room that could transition right into a big girl room just by changing the crib into a bed. I "hate" traditional girlie rooms. I am not a very girlie traditional pink person. I wanted something sophisticated that did not look like a nursery.

Design Inspiration

Birch trees all started with Cole and Sons birch tree wallpaper

Decorating Style

Transitional and unique

I like to mix modern pieces with older vintage pieces.  I like the fact that there is a modern piped rocker with a shabby chic chandelier.

Project Details

*Paint color is benjamin moore-Ceiling is darker then the walls.  The ceiling is Silver Dollar 1460 and the walls is Metro Grey 1459

*Crib-Bratt Decor Venitian Crib

*Rocker-Monte Design Luca Glider http://www.montedesign.net/


*Bedding-Bella Notte http://www.bellanottelinens.com/

*Lampshade-Anthropology, Lamp base is Home Goods

*Night Stand-West Elm

*Wall Flowers-Urban Outfitters

*Custom Roman shade and curtains-http://qualityromanshades.com

*Rug-abc carpet

Favorite Items

The wallpaper...

I also love the little vintage changing screen from france with the pink tutu on it!


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    Gorgeous room.  Faves: the closet and the mirrored dresser.  What a blessed little girl!

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    Awesome room:) I agree with you 100% pink, girly rooms are overrated. This room is gorgeous and will grow with your daughter!

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    this is a nice room, but I’m not really sure about that rug. It looks like roadkill, doesn’t it?

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    The room turned out nicely… of course I love the crib & bedding… looks finished with the fabric draping…

    enjoy your new baby!!


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