A Project For
I wanted to create the perfect nursery for my triplet girls. I wanted something fun, bright, and sophisticated. I used gray, lime green, and coral to bring my vision to life. I used geometric patterns of chevron and polka dots with a floral fabric that brought all of the colors together. I had to use the space wisely to fit three cribs, 2 dressers, and a rocking chair and still have space for the babies to play. The closet door was replaced with a curtain to save space and bring more color to that side of the room. The room is inviting and practical for our family.
My inspiration for the nursery started with the two-toned grey and white wall separated by a chair rail. I knew I wanted some bright colors in there so a touch of lime green and coral with the gray really livened it up.
Bright, geometric, functional
3-in-1 Mercer Crib: Babyletto
Bedding and Curtains: Handmade by My Very Own Mother-in-Law
Rug: Pottery Barn Kids
Canvas Painting: Kidspired Creations
DIY Mobiles: Project from My Team Patterson Blog
DIY Baby Blocks: Project from My Team Patterson Blog
DIY Bow Holder: Project from My Sister-in-Law's Southern Mess Blog
Monogrammed Picture Frames: Pottery Barn Kids
My favorite item is the rocking chair. It was one of the first gifts my Dad gave my Mom. My brother and I were rocked to sleep in it as babies and my Mom passed it down to my family. My husband repaired, refinished, and painted it all while I was in the hospital on bed rest. I treasure the fact that I rock my babies to sleep in the same chair that I was rocked in. I hope it is still in good enough condition to pass down to one of my children.