A nautical themed nursery in navy blue with red and aqua blue accents and earthy details.
The headboard of the PB Emery crib as well as a blue and white chevron stroller blanket from PB. The colors, navy, aqua blue and red were inspired by a poster I found on Etsy.
Emery crib in white from Pottery Barn
Crib linen bumper in navy blue from Pottery Barn
Fitted sheet in aqua from Pottery Barn
Dresser in blue from IKEA (hacked)
Rug from IKEA
Sheepskin from IKEA
Armchair from IKEA
Cushion covers in red and sand from IKEA
Frames from IKEA
Baskets from IKEA (old; no longer available)
Throw in red from IKEA
Rattan lampshade from IKEA
Table lamp from IKEA (old; no longer available)
Drawer knobs from Zara Home
Laundry basket from Zara Home
Play mat from ACE
Pair of nautical posters with Leo's name from Etsy (digital download)
LOVE poster from Etsy (digital download)
Peter Pan poster from Etsy (digital download)
LEO wooden sign from Etsy (digital download)
Wooden anchor from Etsy
Nautical flags garland from Etsy
Burlap pillow from Etsy
Leo's birth announcement from Paperless Post
Leo's newborn photos by Jillian Greenhill
Family portrait by Smiles & more
I love all the items in Leo's room, but if I had to choose I'd say the posters from Etsy and the wooden sign with Leo's name which is the focal point on the gallery wall.
Pin, bookmark and save anything you like during your pregnancy. Create one or more moodboards with possible nursery scenarios. Work slowly. When something comes together organically, it will look less staged. Be flexible in your choices; sometimes you may have an initial different idea, but what ends up happening might be much better. Keep in mind that babies grow out of things very quickly and their needs change so make sure the room is made to accommodate these changes.