Mia may be almost a year old, but it’s never too late for a nursery reveal! As a third-time girl mom, I opted for simplicity this go-around, shying away from unnecessary clutter and creating a sense of cozy, clean and calm instead. Subtle yet feminine touches can often make a big impact!
I started by scouring social media for inspiration. In the end, I designed this #instaworthy look all my own. Though, I did leave some room for spontaneity, like keeping a few balloons from our baby shower 🙂
The Ripple Jacquard Curtains and floral wallpaper from Wallpaperie served as the starting point, giving the room its understated “wow” factor. From there, I layered in soft, feminine elements and special, sentimental touches.
The color palette is the main event, an ever-timeless combination of blush, cream and barely-there pinks. The same dreamy tones were even used in our wedding almost a decade ago. Florals were added in sparingly, like with the Grace Flower Lamp and Organic Field Floral Crib Sheet, to create that air of femininity without going overboard.
If you’ve followed me for very long, you know Matt and I always try to be mindful of the products we bring into our home. prioritize . When I found out about Pottery Barn Kid’s GREENGUARD Gold Certified products (low-emission, safety-conscious materials), I instantly knew that was what we wanted for the nursery.
For Mia, I chose the west elm x pbk Gemini Convertible Crib. And because us parents need naps too (!), the Ava Regency Daybed and Paxton Swivel Glider & Recliner became mainstays in the room. It’s somewhere everyone—parent, big sister(s), and baby, alike—can be at home, which is exactly what I suggests all new parents do…Create a space that feels good to you—warm, cozy, inviting and beautiful.
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