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Boho Spring Baby Girl’s Room

Spring is here and our little one was transitioning into toddlerhood. We wanted to give her a fresh new space she could enjoy and grow into. Spring is absolutely the best time to update an interior space because we wanted to set a new outlook for the coming year. The best way we could think of to give the room a completely new look – is wallpaper! Our vision was soft shapes, light colors, natural wood furniture, and floral wallpaper. The wallpaper used for this project was Livette’s Wallpaper Fern design in the custom colour Clay.
When planning this project we wanted a fresh but boho, vintage vibe. The light wood baby crib and beautiful rust coloured star map ties in together with the boho lamp and decor pieces creating this warm and relaxed look. Adding some greenery livened up the room and created a special touch. The color scheme was neutrals with some pop of colors.  It’s so important to create a safe space for our baby because she will spend most of the time in this room as she grows. We made sure the overall feel was inviting, cozy, playful yet sophisticated.
 

Abstract Nature Nursery

We are big DIYers and over the last few years, have DIYed a lot of the renovation on our 1960s house. When we found out we were expecting our first child, I knew I wanted to do something fun and special with her nursery. Before we got to the fun stuff like decorating however, the husband did a bunch of research on some bones-work on areas he wanted to improve on the room (things like removing the popcorn ceiling, adding sound-dampening measures to the room etc) and he got to work!
We were gifted a dresser from some friends that had used it with both their kids, so we knew it would be a great project to refresh for our own nursery!
Then, after all that work, it was finally my turn to have fun with designing and painting the nursery (at 33 weeks pregnant too!!)
While I love “themed” rooms and have done my fair share of them in the past, I wanted to design something that would be easy to buy accessories/items for, and not box ourselves into a corner with a too-specific theme. I also wanted to try to design something that in 3-5 years from now, she might still enjoy having as her room.
We are big gardening/nature people, and we also love the feel of mid-century-modern decor, so I took those areas of interest and loosely designed the room around them. I did a combination of MCM and plant shapes for the mural, picked a warm color scheme (most of our house is a combination of warm yellow/green/brown colors as well) and carried that theme throughout the room, by designing and painting some art and unfinished wood decor items to tie the room together!
We’re thrilled with the end result, and it’s been so easy to add items to the nursery, as the colors I used for the mural are very common to find in crib sheets, changing pad covers, baby clothes, stuffed animals etc.
Here’s all the DIY work we did before decorating the nursery
Here’s what we did to turn an old dresser into a modern-looking changing table
Here’s some behind-the-scenes pics on the nursery mural I designed and painted

Siena’s Parisian Playroom

Siena’s Parisian Playroom was inspired by our love for the City of Light. I designed the room around Anewall’s Parisian Street Mural Wallpaper, and then commissioned a local Austin artist, Susie Stokes Gibson, to create a Paris-themed mural. My husband, a woodworker, created a custom cubby design for toy storage. The room has a calming, neutral palette with pops of pink and a French whimsical vibe- We love spending time playing in this room!

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

Boho Daisy Nursery

The nursery was designed to be cheerful yet calming with its warm tones, wood/rattan pieces & floral wallpaper.  We absolutely love how the daisy wallpaper brightens up the space and adds a splash of color to the previously all gray room, not to mention it was SO easy to install!  We chose neutral furniture pieces so that when baby #2 arrives someday, we can easily modify the room to a baby boy nursery if need be.