We’re touring a darling woodland girls bedroom today. This shared room for sisters features an enchanting woodland wallpaper, matching vintage-inspired beds and plenty of sweet details. Mama Grace De La Rue designed this space for her daughters, Ava and Abigail. She’s an interior designer in the Bay Area and loves to create warm, collected and organic spaces as she shows here in her daughters’s shared bedroom. You can follow along with Grace and more of her work on her website or instagram. Thank you, Grace, for sharing your space and the details about it below!
Where did you pull inspiration for your nursery design?
Originally I was very drawn to natural elements and soft colors for my girls’ room. I often lean towards bohemian pieces because of the organic shapes and textures that they add. When I came across this wallpaper on Pinterest, I knew it would be a great fit.
At first design draft, I originally wanted the wallpaper in the white colorway and to keep everything very neutral, but my eldest daughter, who was four at the time, asked for it in blue. Lucky enough, the wallpaper was also available in this beautiful smoky blue color. I am so glad that we opted for the blue wallpaper as it adds a lot of contrast to the design and really makes the woodland animals stand out.
What part of the design process did you enjoy the most?
The part of the design process that I enjoyed the most was selecting furniture and accessories to complement the wallpaper. I found the adorable beds on Ikea for a great price, and I think they look like they were made to go with that wallpaper. Adding all the other elements was just the icing on the cake.
What is your favorite part or detail in your nursery?
My favorite detail in the nursery is definitely the Oh Deer Wallpaper. It is so fun and whimsical and full of color.
What is one thing that you would tell other parents to consider when starting their own design project?
One thing that I would tell other parents when starting their own design project is to start with a design board where you can look at your favorite pieces together to make sure they all work. This will save a lot of time, money and headache in the overall process.
Photography by Grace De La Rue
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