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Liv’s Modern Dwellings Nursery

This project was inspired by Modern and Traditional elements. I really wanted to feel reminded of my childhood nursery for my daughter, while pulling in fresh and more modern furniture silhouettes. I chose to use houses as an influence in her room. Being an Interior Designer, this really resonated with me personally. Before we ever knew we were having a girl, we purchased the two art pieces above her bookshelf. I fell in love with them at a local art show and had to have them. Once we found out that we were going to have a little girl, the colors in these pieces became the beginnings of a color scheme for her room.
Advice to readers: I would say that a room design is a fluid idea. Find those core pieces first (crib, dresser, etc.) and let your design evolve as you build on to it. Also, find things that you love and want to see every day. You will be spending a lot of time in this room, so find things that spark joy!\
Photos by Jolie Jo Photography

Space Nursery

Space and space exploration have a special place in both my and my husband’s hearts. Our wish was to share that with our child as soon as he enters the world and what better way to do it than to bring space into his nursery.
This is a DIY project, with the wallpaper and knot pillows sourced from Etsy, the furtniture set from Little Guy Comfort, the shelving and rug from Crate Kids and the handwoven rug from Love44. The glider is from Babyletto. The wall hanger is from West Elm. The window treatment is from the Shade Store. The wall, ceiling and trim paint is from Clare.
The nursery is the perfect space for our son – both are a labor of love and dedication towards building a thriving and loving family together.