Chase’s Urban Cabin Nursery

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When we started designing Chase's nursery, our main theme was "moose".  We wanted it to feel cozy and have cabin elements without being too "hunting/fishing"-y.  We incorporated lots of masculine touches with dark metal finishes on shelves, fixtures and even the crib itself.  I used a plaid burlap fabric with red and brown hues for the valances, wall art, and accent pillows to warm up the space.  Finally we found this amazing rustic wood dresser and nightstand that also added warmth but tied in with the metals through the knobs.  #rustic #industrial #urban #cabin #plaid


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    Is the stick his name hangs from a stick from outside? If so how did you get it to last? Thanks ?

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    Dresser is from pottery barn kids.

    The branch is from a tree outside! I didn’t do anything to it to ensure staying power ? I probably should have but it’s held up great so far!

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    Thanks great to know! I love how it looks vs when people remove the bark and stain/seal it ?

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    We actually used picture frame wire attached to a screw in the wall, and I wrapped it around the branch a bunch and it held. I did one on each side. :)

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    It actually is the Granite… I think when we got it, it was the only option available. It does tend to look like an oaky wood in pictures but is definitely a dark gray.

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    The wall color is Stone Lake by Kelly Moore. We recently moved and used the same color paint because we liked it so much :)

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    What color is the dresser? Weathered gray or washed taupe? Are the dresser and crib the same color?

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    Dresser is PB kids weathered gray. The crib is Pali Modena is in graphite (I think that’s what it’s called)

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    I made the valances. The plaid fabric is actually burlap and I ordered it on Etsy. I had to staple it (and padding) to really thin wood because cardboard wasn’t strong enough to hold it! Trial and error. ;)

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    We used picture frame wire and attached it to a screw, then wrapped it around the branch a bunch of times. I did one on each side :)

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    If you have any more design questions around this post, pop over to my blog or Instagram @notesofcharm :). Thanks for all your support!

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