Soft mocha walls and pale pink accents make for a calming, zen palette. Toss in some crisp white furniture to keep things modern and you have this gorgeous, Japanese inspired nursery. A big congratulations goes out to new mother Jennifer. She not only delivered a beautiful baby girl (January 10th!) but also created a divine nursery just in time for her baby girl’s arrival. The challenge was to convert her beloved guest room (we feel the pain) into a relaxing yet space savvy nursery for her new little baby. Jennifer must be a very organized mother because she even had time to fill Project Nursery in on her inspirations and sources for this unique and personal nursery. Thank you Jennifer!
My inspiration was nature inspired zen modern – basically pulled everything l like into one room. I like the look of the modern Oeuf and Dwell nurseries, but didn’t want to spend thousands of dollars on furniture that I will only use for a few years. I tried to imitate the modern look on a budget and pull in a few splurges on things I can reuse after the nursery days are over (like the chandelier and the rocker.) I went economical on items that my baby will outgrow in a few years, like the changing table ($70) and the crib ($300).
Nature inspired, old and new Japanese design, mid century modern, organic
I used dark brown, white, grey, and diluted pinks for colors. I wanted to incorporate a little feminine “glam” so I used mirrored tables & light switch, plus a mini Schonbeck chandelier.
Crib bedding is NurseryWorks, Rocking chair is Eames rocker by Herman Miller, Daybed is Ikea, Daybed organic bedding is Unison, Mirrored side table is from Target, Round side table is from West Elm, Changing Table is LA Baby, Bird mobile is by Helene Ige, Crib is BabyMiro Mercer, Chandelier is Schonbeck, Rug is Ikea, Table lamp is Target, Changing pad cover is by Gus & Max, Wall mirror is from West Elm, Wall art from Ikea, Hardware from Anthropologie.
The daybed because I sleep in it every night!