Our mission with this nursery was to create a fun, functional space that was true to our personalities. A lot of time and thought went into each and every detail. We had DIY projects, we re-purposed old furniture and shopped for unique items to use as accessories. We placed an emphasis on developing a place that will inspire Milo to be the creative, fun-loving child we hope him to be and we did it!
Eclectic. Our inspiration came from several sources but ultimately our goal was to create a room that represented our personalities and something we had never seen before.
An odd eclectic blend of Nautical meets Mid-Century Modern.
Green Bookcase and Blue Dresser were re-purposed by RetroChic - https://www.facebook.com/RetroChicRestorations
Chevron Chair and Nautical foot stool found on Craigslist and re-upholstered by Back Alley Furniture - https://www.facebook.com/backalleyfurniture (Fabric purchased at City Craft - https://www.facebook.com/CityCraft)
Red Shelve - DIY project from http://ana-white.com/2010/04/plans-youngsters-floating-shelves-have.html
Pallet bookcases - DIY Project from http://ana-white.com/2011/03/pallet-shelves
Collage Wall accessories are a mix of items found at local thrift stores and Esty purchases.
Rug - West Elm
The Rocking Chair! This was by far the most uncomfortable decision we made and it ended up adding so much to the room.
1) Be Patient. It took a good 6 months, and many weekends devoted to complete this room. We went to thrift stores, markets and online to find pieces that we felt were perfect and affordable for this room.
2) Be Bold. Don't be afraid to mix colors, patterns and textures.
3) Don't sell yourself short. We are not professional designers or contractors. If you have a vision and have the patience you will be surprised at what you can do on your own.
Sunday 9th of June 2013
The wood paneled wall behind the crib is very unique. Love it!
Wednesday 8th of May 2013
Thank you to everyone who takes the time to look at our nursery. We appreciate all feedback. This was our first ever real "Design Endeavor". We had a lot of fun and really do love the end result.