- A Project For: Saige and Zac
- Age: 1 year old twins
- Location: Trumbull, CT
Whimsical, playful and happy are just a few of the words that describe this gender-neutral shared space nursery. The fun aqua colored walls delicately complement the coordinating red and navy bedding and accents. The crisp, clean, white furniture perfectly finishes this imaginative space.
What can be more inspiring then the sight of hot air balloons floating above your adorable baby? Years before I ever thought of becoming a mother, I had seen the balloons at a trade show. I hoped that one day I would have the good fortune to be able to use this dream big, reach for the sky concept for the nursery of my own bundles of joy.
I like creating children's rooms that make you feel happy, are whimsical, and are inspiring.
Paint on walls: Benjamin Moore Antiguan Sky
Paint on door: Benjamin Moore Red Parrot
Hot air balloons: mookiegifts.com
Airplane wall decals: Etsy- graphic spaces
Cribs & changing table: Buy Buy Baby- Peyton Bonavita Classic Collection
Glider: Buy Buy Baby- Best Chairs Trinity
Red accent table: Ikea
White accent table: Had in the house for years, painted BM Simply White Semigloss
Curtains: Ikea, sewed red and navy ribbon as trim purchased at Michael's
Picture over changing table: Etsy- harper grace, frame- Ikea
Hand and Foot Prints: Received mold as a gift, frames and mats from Michael's
Custom Knobs on Changing Table: Etsy- feather and wind
Airplane Basket: Home Goods
Thank you Charlene from CR Photography at www.charpics.net for taking such great photos.
The hanging hot air balloons are my favorite items, the babies love watching them spin and it brings smiles to their faces. I also love other items such as the vintage airplane wall decals, the artwork, and the hand and foot prints over the changing table. The handmade blanket draped over the glider that my mother-in-law made is a nice touch bringing the colors together.
I purchased many items from Etsy (a great site for unique items that are well priced). When designing a bedroom for multiples I like using coordinating bedding rather than matching bedding to give each child their own identity. For more information please visit my website, www.lisaferointeriors.com.
Posted on June 1, 2012
Project By: Lisa Fero Interiors
Interior Designer based in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Has a passion for designing nurseries, children's rooms, and playrooms. Recently became a mother to amazing, adorable twins and stepmom to a handsome, intelligent 11 yr old.› More projects by Lisa Fero Interiors
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