This is the nursery for our third baby, Will. It was such a fun space to pull together!
The room gets so much light and the windows have large arches over them so we had to get creative with a window solution. We DIYed the pelmets to make it nice and dark and cozy in here (when the blackout curtains are closed of course).
The canvases over the crib are the lyrics to a song by Matt Redman called 10,000 Reasons. It was a song that was really meaningful to us at the time I was pregnant with Will and just kept popping up at very important times in our lives. It seemed like the perfect reminder over the crib for those inevitable early mornings and late nights that come with a newborn baby: "whatever may pass and whatever lies before me... let me be singing when the evening comes..."
This room was formerly an office in our home and it was already painted this deep gray color, so we went with it and it and let it inspire the rest of the room. I used a lot of neutrals and textures to keep it from feeling too heavy. All the natural light helps, too.
I like a little bit of everything, but I'd say modern cottage. I crave neutrals, graphic prints, and lots of texture.
HEMNES Dresser: IKEA
EIVOR Curtains with Blackouts Added: IKEA
Rocker: Pottery Barn Kids
Rug & Stuffed Zebra: Joss & Main
White Book Shelves: IKEA
Wood hSelves: IKEA
Lamp: Hobby Lobby
Round Side Table & Basket: HomeGoods
Big Rusty W: Found at antique sale in Round Top, TX
"You are my Sunshine" print: CdotLove on Etsy
Ship Painting: Antique Shop
The bumper pad is a hand me down from my oldest son's nursery, but the gray and white polka dot sheet is from Pottery Barn Kids.
I love the big rusty W and all the books!
My absolute favorite things to decorate with are books: they give such great color that's never matchy-matchy, plus they give a room such a wonderful lived in feeling. You can see more of what I love on my blog, The House of Figs!