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Briggs’ Nursery


We did not find out the sex of our first child so we planned a neutral nursery. I wanted a nursery that was comfortable and not too themey or the traditional yellow/green.

Design Inspiration

I researched neutral nurseries online and saved images of those that I liked. I knew the overall look that I wanted so it was just finding inspiration for exact colors, materials and furniture.

Decorating Style

Simple, classic... not really sure my exact decorating style :)

Project Details

Crib: Jinny Lend in white; Bedding: Serena and Lily, Cameron; Dresser/changing table: got the dresser from a up-scale furniture consignment store. I re-painted it with Benjamin Moore Prescott Green and added new hardware. We built the frame for the changing pad to match; Glider: Best Chairs in Burlap; Toy chest: my husband's toy chest from when he was little that I re-painted white; Art work: 1. The family fingerprint tree was from the Etsy shop Lovli Day. I took it to all of my baby showers and had everyone put their fingerprint on it! 2. Alphabet print was from the Etsy shop Sea Urchin Studio. I had a card for both our boy and girl names ready to be framed; Wall color: Sherwin Williams Antique White

Favorite Items

They dresser/changing table - my DIY project!


Tuesday 20th of December 2011

Very sweet room. I love that it is simple but still has so many neat details to discover and lots of personal and meaningful touches. Where did you get the corner shelf?


Monday 19th of December 2011

Is the wall color antique white, or just the panel wainscotting?



Monday 19th of December 2011

beautiful simple designs...great job!


Monday 19th of December 2011


The wall color is Sherwin Williams Antique White.


Monday 19th of December 2011

Thanks! There is a great size area on the floor for us to play :)