- A Project For: "C & G" Can't say just yet!
- Age: Almost here!
- Location: Los Angeles CA
Boy & Girl Twins Nursery
With much excitement we are expecting a little girl and a little boy. With limited space in our home (one bedroom for the kids) I had to come up with ideas that I could use for unisex as well as space savors.
Simple, Modern, & Clean.
Cribs: Stokke. www.babyearth.com These are perfect for growing babies and toddlers. They even turn into two chairs per crib in the end!
Bedding: Stokke doesn’t make cute sheets. The best option is to have a seamstress make them with fabric you choose. Eliza Chaikin Kenan, a friend of mine designs fabric and sewed these for me. I have two more options as well to change out. Find all her amazing fabric here: http://www.ifshesleeps.com
Small Sheep Skin: www.ikea.com
Leaning Bookshelf: www.crateandbarrel.com
World framed poster. I found on etsy the old school pull down map and used the world version and had that framed.
Dresser and changing table: It was important to find a little longer changing table as they grow fast. My girlfriend has said her baby had already outgrew her changing table so I was on the hunt. www.roomandboard.com
Rocking chair: Monte. I couldn’t pay a ton for a chair I wasn’t going to use again. This was modern with beautiful fabric and we can use this after anywhere in the house.
Elephant Head: http://www.yadayada.ch/en/products/elephant-head/
The stokke cribs and sheets are my favorite! I love that the cribs roll around the house when needed in the beginning and I love that they grow with the kids. I feel like you get a lot for the money you spend on them. The sheets are just perfect because they work both with boy and girl and can be switched out. Not shown is yellow and another blue with different designs. Check out Eliza Kenan (under project links) for her specific fabric designs.
Don't be afraid to mix and match vintage and new. Etsy is a wonderful resource. The map was $80 and I know for sure it would of been a fortune elsewhere.
Posted on August 13, 2012
Project By: kmckz
Future Mommy to Twins, Wife, Friend, Sister, Auntie, Cook, Traveler, and lover of Photography.› More projects by kmckz
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