With Valentine’s Day coming up this weekend, romance is definitely in the air! When you think of a Valentine’s Day-inspired nursery, you might think of white and red with roses and hearts, but creating a nursery based on a theme doesn’t always have to be so literal.
To me, Valentine’s Day is about appreciating the people that you love, and a new baby in the family definitely fits that bill! It inspired me to create a nursery design board with some romantic florals, soft feminine colors and of course a few hearts, all without an overbearing theme.
Heart Pillow, Malibu Chandelier in Coke Bottle, Lichen Heart Wall Art, Hampton Crib, Cyprus Bone Inlay Mirror, Lydia Lamp, Beverly Seven-Drawer Dresser in Pale Pink and Gold, Beverly Tray in Pale Pink, Mykonos Rug in Rose, Mango Wood Shelf, Slipcovered Glider and Ottoman in Kelsey Blossom, Dixie Pillow, Nina Table, Milk Glass Vintage Flower Vase
Now don’t worry, I didn’t forget about the boys! I’m using the word “romantic” to describe the theme, but that doesn’t mean we have to stick to girls only. With a few color changes and item swaps, we’ve got the same nursery translated for a boy while retaining that vintage romantic charm.
Heart Pillow, Malibu Chandelier in Blue Agate, Night Bear Wall Art, Hampton Crib, Cyprus Bone Inlay Mirror, Wishbone Table Lamp, Beverly Seven-Drawer Dresser in Baby Blue and White, Beverly Tray in Baby Blue, Mykonos Rug in Dark Blue, Mango Wood Shelf, Slipcovered Glider and Ottoman in Kelsey Gray, Zaer Pillow, Bee Table, Milk Glass Vintage Flower Vase
The rug, dresser, glider, chandelier and heart pillow all come in a variety of colors, so it was easy to quickly change the design to read more masculine. I swapped out a few of the accessories and darkened the wall color a bit, and all of a sudden it’s a boy’s space!
If there’s any room in the house that deserves a little love, it’s the nursery!
A Romantic Nursery for Valentine's Day - Little Crown Interiors
Wednesday 17th of August 2016
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