Briggs’ Nursery

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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!


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    I love the family fingerprint tree and the alphabet print. And the toy chest is beautiful, especially with the fact that it belongs to your husband. Makes a really wonderful heirloom piece.

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    Lovely little room. Does this have a small space or floor area? If it does, then you did a great job keeping the colors clean and not going overboard on the details.

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    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?

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