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Emily’s Nursery


I am so so excited to share my sweet baby’s nursery with you guys! Fun fact – I knew I wanted this color blue (Upward by Sherwin Williams) in this nursery before I even knew the gender of my baby. So I was going to make it happen either way. I really wanted picture frame molding also but worried that it would be too feminine for a little boy. So let’s just say I’m super happy that we are having another little girl! And I love this blue mixed with the pale pops of pink! It’s exactly what I wanted and I’m so in love with every single detail.

I’ve worked with Mod Wood Co on several projects in the past for clients so when it was time for a project of my own, I knew I HAD to work with them again. I sent an inspiration image of what I was sorta thinking for over the crib and she knocked this custom name sign out and had it at my front door within days! I seriously can’t say enough about their company. They are the best! I’m so in love with the freestanding cut out of her name above the crib. And for the wreath, I simply just attached lambs ear garland around a macrame embroidery hoop.

I’m a firm believer in not skimping on your closets. They should be just as much a part of the room as anything else. And it’s another opportunity to have fun with design. This closet was certainly no different. I used this gorgeous floral wallpaper from Livette’s Wallpaper and it was everything I wanted and more! Their peel and stick wallpaper is super easy to use and they can customize the color to whatever you need. They’ll even match colors from brands like Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore. I went with a simple navy here just to make it pop against the lighter blue walls. I LOVE it!

I’m kind of shocked by the amount of people that are so interested in our mini door. Honestly, I wanted to kind of make it disappear so that’s where the idea of picture frame molding came from. I felt it would stick out too much if we were to keep the door white. So painting the trim, doors, and walls all the same color helped it blend in and not stick out. But soooo many people want to know all about this “magical door”. I wish I had a more exciting story but it’s just the entrance to our attic. And don’t worry, we put a lock on it so you can’t get in without a key. AND I made sure to have my husband put the deadbolt lock on the inside just in case little girls try to lock each other inside down the road one day 🙂

This nursery is so special to us and we can’t wait to meet our baby girl very soon! We hope you enjoyed this room tour!

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  1. avatar Taylor says:

    where is the E is for emily print from?

  2. avatar Sarah says:

    Also, how did you do the frame work on the wall?? We are looking to do the same but cannot find the trim we like. Thank you!

  3. avatar Sarah says:

    What size did you use for the wood name on the wall? This is so gorgeous, thank you for sharing!

  4. avatar Sandy says:

    She lists the paint color in the description… it’s Upward by Sherwin Williams. It looked much darker in my home so I went with a pink instead.

  5. avatar Melissa says:

    What is the paint color

  6. avatar Alexis’s says:

    Would love to know what color of paint this is

  7. avatar Sandy says:

    The rug is from rifle paper co:

    It’s beautiful and very soft!

  8. I just updated to show the rug source. But here it is too…

  9. Hi! I found the lamp at Home Goods but here’s a similar one…

  10. avatar Natalia says:

    Hello! What a lovely nursery! Where is the rug from?

  11. avatar Sandy King says:

    Adorable!! Where did you find the rug? Thank you for the info!! We love so many of these pieces 💗 Congratulations on your baby girl!

  12. avatar Sara says:

    Love this! Where is the white lamp from?

  13. avatar Ashley Filipp says:

    In love with your nursery! We are having another girl and are looking for something feminine but not pink.

    Where is your rug from??

  14. avatar Emeline says:

    Beautiful nursery! Where is the lamp from?