Today we have a treat—we’re touring the nursery of Lindsay Saccullo, of Lindsay Saccullo Interiors. We love when we get a chance to see how interior designers choose to design their own spaces. This nursery was designed for her second baby, daughter Eden, before Lindsay knew if she was having a girl or a boy. Find out below how Lindsay planned this gender neutral space and updated it after Eden’s birth. Thank you, Lindsay, for sharing your space with us!
Where did you pull inspiration for your nursery design?
From custom pillows I had for a previous living room that I loved but wasn’t yet using in our new house!
What part of the design process did you enjoy the most?
Since we didn’t find out the gender, I loved the challenge of fully decorating the nursery with fun and functional gender neutral decor. I also challenged myself to do this nursery on a budget. For me, it’s sort of fun to fit all the pieces together like a puzzle and be resourceful—working with what we already have and then accenting with fun less expensive finds while still looking original. Once Eden was born, bringing in the peach/pink accents was a fun second layer!
What is your favorite part or detail in your nursery?
I really love the handcrafted mobile over the crib. I think it adds that final touch and is the perfect blend of colors. Eden loves it too!
What is one thing that you would tell other parents to consider when starting their own nursery design project?
Start with a pattern or print that speaks to you for inspiration. Whether it’s an art print, a rug or a pillow, you want it to be something that lifts you up. What makes you happy will also make your baby happy!
Room Photography by Lindsay Saccullo and Portraits by Lyndsie Smith Photography
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