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Bennett Andrew

A warm and cozy nursery for our baby boy that complements the rest of our modern / farmhouse styled house.


Maecy’s Nursery

I wanted this nursery to be calm and cozy, a peaceful retreat in the home. I am not a huge fan of bright pinks and purples, so I went with a green that felt inviting and rich and softened it up with touches of mauve. Rather than a feature wall, we decided to do an easy wainscoting around the bottom half of the room. That way it feels like each corner can be featured.

Wildflower Baby Girl Nursery

This sweet baby girl nursery was the brainstorm of my sweet client. She wanted flowered wallpaper and board and batten moldings. The rest just came together effortlessly.

Modern Boy Jungle Nursery

We fell in love with the wall mural, and the room fell in place around it. I knew if we did a jungle theme the traditional rocker needed to be replace with a swing. The crib bring and dresser put a modern twist on the room while also pulling a natural element with the natural color incorporated. A few elements in the room were DIY including the ceiling light, the elephant bookcase, and the palm leaf name wall hanging.

Boho Neutral Nursery

I love a good accent wall. I think it brings the room together in the most perfect way. It is all in the tiny details. Keep it super simple. We love how our baby can grow into this room.

Nash’s Nashville Inspired Nursery

With sweet little Nash Tucker being my 3rd boy-I wanted to do things different with his nursery. My first two boys had themes and there was just a lot to them so this time I wanted to have a somewhat “themeless” nursery and stick with the motto that less is more. This was an absolute challenge for me as I love themes and I love designing rooms that have themes so I had to think a little more outside the box this time.
Once we decided his name, I knew that I must have hints of Nashville included in his nursery. While my husband and I love Nashville (it’s actually one of our absolute favorite places) and country music…No-We did not name him after the city we just  simply loved the named Nash and knew it was the one from very beginning.
My inspiration was a country meets modern color scheme along with keeping the room neutral so he will be able to grow into it. I have always loved Buffalo Plaid Check patterns and it just so happened it was  super popular at the time. I needed to pick another solid base color that would mesh well with the black and white buffalo check patterns and that is where this pewter meets navy color came to life. Finally, I needed to use sliver or gold as an accent color and while at first I was drawn to silver, I decided to challenge myself and go with gold. I am not a HUGE fan of gold, I am more of a rose-gold gal but I knew that once I added all of these colors/patterns together-it would come to life. Pinterest was a huge inspiration for me as it always is! It truly made my vision of these colors come to life.
My favorite piece of any nursery is a name sign above the crib. This is the one item I put the MOST thought to as I feel it is always the focal point of a nursery. My husband and I were shopping at a local antique mall and we came across this large marquee light sign that had one of those famous lit up arrows that you will find at any bar in downtown Nashville. The the sign was advertising a George Straight show and I am convinced it was hand plucked from a bar in downtown Nashville back in the day. As much as I wanted this sign and immediately dreamed of way I could make it work- it was just too large for the wall in our nursery but that is when I knew I had to have Nash’s name in lights or a marquee lit arrow, so the search begin. I searched high and low for Marquee lit letters and arrows and could not find anything that I liked. I came across these black thin steel letters at hobby lobby and I just loved the way his named looked when spelled out with these letters. The search went on for a marquee lit arrow. After months and months of searching, I finally came across a company on Etsy that had exactly what I wanted and his name sign came to life!
This nursery is by far my most budget friendly nursery I have designed and I am super proud of it. It was a lot of DIY work at the hands of my handy husband. We put this nursery together in about 2 weeks all while adding an additional bedroom to our house and raising to other rambunctious boys-talk about crazy! I’ve listed all the deets below, hope you enjoy!


Whimsical Woodland Nursery

I wanted to design this nursery to not only be calm and serene, but timeless. With the rich built ins, board & batten wall, woodland wallpaper and the cozy nook – I think we achieved a space that can grow well into her toddler and tween years!


Monochrome Modern Nursery

We are expecting our fourth and final baby – a BOY! The general vibe in our home is more of a modern farmhouse, but I have had this desire to do something more modern, and I knew this would be the perfect opportunity! We are big DIYers around here, so I sat down and started planning. I drew up some things that were completely out of our comfort zone, put a ton of hope and faith in my talented husband and showed him my plans. He not only brought my visions to life, but absolutely ROCKED them. This space is small, but mighty…and I am SO proud of the final product.
We designed the feature wall and created it with mdf boards. My husband built the sliding wood door for his closet, wood shelves and the rad modern style blanket ladder we saw on Shanty2Chic’s blog.

Modern Neutral Nursery

We wanted to create a space for our baby boy that was welcome and also a great place for us to hang out too. We wanted a very neutral palette so if we decide to have another child no matter what gender we can have the same design and style.


Modern Bear Woodland Nursery

I am so excited to present our Modern Bear Woodland Nursery! This project is very special as it is for our second baby, this time a boy! I knew I wanted to use a deep dark navy blue, hunter green, gray and a touch of leather and wood. The jumping off point was definitely the large bear print and the idea of creating a warm cocoon like feeling to cuddle our newborn. I knew incorporating a large scale tree art print was also a must because being surrounded by nature is so grounding. The furniture has a modern flare which creates a bit of an edge and will be easy to use and live with for a long while. I also chose a crib that could transition into a toddler bed and a dresser with regular size drawers to accommodate a growing wardrobe. Plants and minimal toys were also used on purpose to create a clean, fresh and calm environment. When creating a nursery that will easily transition to a toddler and big kid room remember to pick furniture that grows, a rocker that can remain in the room or easily fit with your other furniture, storage and multiple lighting options. Art and colour is also a fun way to incorporate personality to set the mood and have some fun. I hope you enjoy the tour!

Gray and Yellow Preppy Nursery Whole Room

Sweet Baby James’ Nursery

I wanted a clean and simple space with lots of natural light. I also wanted lots of colors and textures without having “characters” or a “theme” to his nursery. I started with gray and white and added in golden yellow and a little blue. I didn’t mean for it to but his nursery actually turned out very gender neutral.


Parker Reese’s Colorful Nursery

A bright and colorful nursery for a happy little girl. Bright, patterned fabrics are used to add the color into the nursery that has a decent amount of white on the walls with the board and batten. Birds and bird houses found their way into the theme and are sprinkled throughout the room.


Katherine’s Nursery

I wanted to have a neutral nursery for my 4th baby girl. I thought I would try and bring in some color as an accent at some point, but any time I tried to add a pop of color, I never liked how it looked. So, I kept it completely neutral and I love the way it turned out.