Rustic and Contemporary Nursery

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  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Rocking Horse3/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Changer4/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Rocking Horse5/11
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  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Crib7/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Mobile8/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Crib View9/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Changer10/11
  • Rustic and Contemporary Nursery Room View11/11

A Project For

Baby B

Age

TBD!

Location

Kitchener, Ontario

Description

For me, the nursery was something that I spent a great deal of time planning in my mind. I had saved ideas for years and once we found out we were pregnant, it was one of the things I was most excited to start. We knew we had definite ideas for a boy or girl nursery and since we are having a little boy, the nursery has been decorated in a way which we felt said "boy".

It's been hard for us to describe the nursery under a specific theme. We really felt that the nursery was a collection of things we loved, things that represented us, and things that we hoped the baby would enjoy now...or eventually :) We stuck to a neutral/calming colour palette and included rustic elements.

There are a lot of elements to the nursery that we created or made ourselves, which may be why it took us so long to put together. We love how the nursery has turned out. It may not be the typical nursery, but for us its perfect and we love it.

We chose to focus on texture as well. Metals, woods, soft fabrics were all used to add interest to the space.

We share all of the details on our blog here.

Design Inspiration

Elements that we had collected over time, magazine and online inspiration, and truly our own personal style.

Decorating Style

Truly a blend of traditional mixed with contemporary elements. I love fresh, clean looks without a lot of clutter. Spaces that truly speak for themselves.

Project Details

We DIY'd as much as we could :)

Crib- Baby Mod (Olivia Crib): Walmart

Dresser/Change Table- Hemnes 8-Drawer Dresser: Ikea

Knobs on Dresser- Vintage/Handmade

Glider- Newco International Grand Bella Velvet Glider: Walmart.com

Vintage Style Roadster- Indigo (gift)

Rocking Horse- Vintage (Second Hand)

CLB Letters above crib- TheOldTimeJunkShop- Etsy

Moroccan Poof- Marauthentics: Etsy

Pillow on Gilder- Studio Pillow: Etsy

Sheepskin Rugs- Ikea

Floor Lamp- HomeSense

Ceiling Light- HomeSense

Shelving- Handmade

Print on Shelf- "I love you to the Moon and Back" (MyFabulessLife): Etsy

Print on Shelf- "Our little Man" (T3DesignsCo): Etsy

Change Pad table topper: Handmade

Wall Colour: Pelican - ICI/Dulux Paints
Trim Colour: Simply White - Benjamin Moore

All of the details can be found on our blog!

Favorite Items

My favorite items in the room have to be the vintage letters spelling out the baby's initials above the crib and the shelves my husband made. They add a perfect rustic feel and I love that we made them ourselves.

Advice

DIY what you can, and don't be afraid to stick to a budget! You can find great things at second hand stores and online. Not only are these pieces original, they add so much originality to the space!

9 Comments

  1. 1

    Gorgeous! It really shows that you spent time planning and searching out great and affordable finds.

  2. 2

    I love the way you played with the contrast between white and brown. The room looks very clean yet very warm.

  3. 8

    How did you make the floating shelf? Thanks.

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