Isla’s room is officially my favorite room in the house! My goal was to create more than just a nursery, but a space where my daughter can grow and play for years to come.
The vintage settee has been in my family since my mom was was a child and it was the first piece of furniture I acquired so I designed the room around it. Rather than come up with a theme, I decided to go crazy with colors and prints. I really wanted Isla to be stimulated at every turn and to feel inspired by the space. I also wanted elements that can grow with her, like the beautiful rug, the settee and the prints on the wal, and I was adamant about repurposing things we already owned rather than buying new furniture.
All over the place! I love mid-century modern living rooms, vintage accents and crisp, clean lines.
Vintage Settee (in my family for decades)
White Frames: West Elm
Joann Fabrics Frames Spray Painted Gold
Prints: Maybe Sparrow + One King’s Lane + Society6
Curtains: West Elm
“Indie” Rug: Lulu & Georgia
Sparrow Crib: Oeuf
Sheets: ModFox on Etsy
Flora the Fox: Hazel Village
Throw Blanket: West Elm
Pillow: One King’s Lane
Tassel Garland: The Flair Exchange
Vintage Dresser (in my husband family for decades) with new knobs
Changing Pad: Summer Infant
Muslin Changing Pad Cover: Aden & Anais
Floating Shelves: Lowe’s
Bookcase: Container Store
Giraffe: West Elm
Zebra: A.C. Moore
Manayunk Calligraphy Print (via HOME Boutique)
Bumblebee Dessert Plate: Anthropologie
Vintage Armoire: Craigslist
Bin: Container Store
Storage Baskets: Target
Belly Baskets: Serena & Lily
The vintage settee is my favorite piece because my mom sat on it as a child and so did I. The gorgeous Lulu an Georgia rug is a close second.
Don't overlook furniture you already have. A coat of paint and new hardware can transform an old piece of furniture and also save money so you can splurge on other items.