As an interior designer by trade designing my first baby's nursery was something I always dreamed about. When we found out it was a girl I was beyond excited! I was never one to love the color pink and knew I wanted her room to be different. I am in love with our color scheme of coral, navy, gray and white. It creates such a preppy but still girly feel. The nursery has a majority of gray and navy neutral decor for reuse when we have (fingers crossed) a boy down the road. The main design concept was built around the paint band accent stripes and monogram over the crib. The feminine lines of the crib sheet matches the accent mirror. I added crystal knobs to the dresser to coordinate with the pendant light and side table lamp. The artwork and age blocks I designed to match the color scheme are the perfect accessories to the room.
We were living in Boston, MA when we found out we were expecting a little girl. Daddy's favorite store was Vineyard Vines which is based out of Martha's Vineyard. During our pregnancy we found out we had to move back to Ohio due to my husbands job relocation. The inspiration to do a Vineyard Vines inspired nursery was born. We wanted to take the New England vibe to the Midwest for our baby girl. The preppy coral, navy, gray and white color scheme and accent stripe bands create the perfect look! Unfortunately, the nursery room in the new house was tiny and had it's spatial challenges but it didn't stop me from creating my dream look!
Clean lines. Modern. Southern charm. Functional.
Bumper and C pillow - Serena and Lily
Crib and Dresser - Pottery Barn
Bedding and Mobile - Pottery Barn
Glider, Ottoman, Mirror and Lamp - Target
Blanket on Glider - Dwellstudio
Monogram - Girly Twirly
Frames - Michael's
Crystal Knobs - Hobby Lobby
Artwork and Age Blocks - DIY
Trash Can - Ubbi
Wipe Warmer - Munchkin
Diaper Holder and Diaper Storage Bin - Pottery Barn
Side Table and Book Basket - TJ Maxx
I love the paint stripes coordinated with the artwork and monogram that create the main design theme for the room.
Frog tape for the paint stripes!