Being the first baby of two surfers, it was inevitable that Eva's nursery would be inspired by the sea.
We love to travel, particularly to the caribbean. This room reminds us of surfing in the caribbean waters, snorkeling coral reefs, and fishing underneath the pier!!
Eclectic, thrifty, and interesting while staying uncluttered.
The cornices were made using wood frames covered with circles of craft paper installed to create a mermaid or fish-scale effect.
The jellyfish mobile was made using a piece of driftwood, sea urchins, and translucent circle garlands all pulled together using fishing line and lures. It captures Eva's attention without being tacky or obtrusive in the design of the space.
The "dock" behind her crib was made using lumber from Home Depot and stained with a grey stain to make it look sun-bleached. I brought it 4" off the wall to give it a little bit of dimension.
I also painted the lampshade to her 'sea urchin' lamp using an ombre technique to match the sea urchin jellyfish mobile.
The rocking chair from Pottery Barn was the most expensive thing we purchased. The stool was from a rug shop in Richmond, VA. The dresser is from a thrift store, globe and ombre pillows were from easy, shelf and most decor was from TJ maxx, and the crib was from Wal-Mart!!
The jellyfish mobile!!
Having diapers, cream, etc. accessible without having to dig in a drawer was one of the best things I did in this space. It is so easy to control the baby on the changing table and just quickly grab what you need! Also having a table beside your rocker is a huge help!