A modern explorer nursery for our second son, Scout. His name, to us, represents an "explorer", "outdoorsman", and "adventurer. So, we wanted a room that not only has those elements but also that was bright, with a mix of modern and sophisticated elements.
Our inspiration came from his name, a little explorer that loves adventure. But we also wanted something that was masculine and sophisticated.
Mixing modern and vintage elements with graphic patterns.
Olympus Gray Wallpaper: Graham & Brown
Wallpaper Application: Covergirl Wallcoverings, Springfield, MO
Wall Color: Valspar “Can’t Miss Lime” (6011-10)
Vintage 1940’s Dresser: Impulse 1672 Antiques & Vintage, Springfield MO, 417-891-9999
Crib: Babyletto Modo 3-in-1 convertible (original color was espresso)
Gray Crib paint: Lullaby Baby Safe Paints
Antique Farmhouse Nightstand: Prodigal Pieces on Etsy
Oversized Rocker: Walmart online
Shag Accent Rug: Target
Big “S”: Impulse 1672 Antiques & Vintage, Springfield MO, 417-891-9999
Deer Head: Z Gallerie
Custom Wood “Scout” Sign: Pixels & Wood on Etsy
Artwork above Crib: Hobby Lobby
Gray Foggy Day Crib Sheet: Target
Rocker Pillow: Marshall’s
I love the geometric wallpaper accent wall and also the custom "Scout" sign inspired by the logo for the International Scout off-road vehicle.
Don't let budget get in your way. We found what we wanted and then if it was out of our price range, we researched comparable options that were more economical. Etsy is a great tool as well as antique stores. We also repurposed items to keep our budget down.
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