We designed this neutral arrow nursery primarily with white, ivory, tan and olive to welcome our baby girl into a modern yet rustic space.
Our inspiration began with our travels to South America where we came across alpacas, llamas, and beautiful crafts handmade on looms. We combined this inspiration with a love for arrows.
Modern and rustic infused with flavor from South America.
Most of the art on the wall and the small details throughout the room came from different vendors on etsy, local antique stores, and passed down gifts from family members.
The crib is the Babyletto Hudson in white.
The arrow stencil is from OliveLeafStencil on etsy.
The orange and ivory blanket is from Nordstrom.
The arrows are from GallivantingGirls on etsy.
The copper floor lamp is from dot and bo.
The crib sheet is from LittleWoolf on etsy.
The changing table is the Monarch three drawer dresser from Land of Nod.
The rug is the Ottavio Rug from Crate and Barrel (this was the first item we purchased and set the tone for the entire room).
The chair is the Poang Rocker from Ikea.
The pouf was made in the tanneries in Fez, Morocco.
The wall arrows were painted on by my patient husband one long Saturday afternoon.
My favorite item is the "You are our greatest adventure" wall art made from reclaimed wood. Not only did the style of the piece match the nursery's theme, the message was just perfect.
Make it personal. Every piece in the nursery has a story behind it, a reason for why it exists in our baby girl's room. While making it personal took a lot more time and patience, it allowed the room to come together piece by piece and ultimately have such meaning in each and every detail.