Phoebe’s Nursery

I am 19 weeks pregnant so it’s time to start work on our little girl’s nursery!  I have been obsessing over fabrics and paint colors since I found out we were expecting, so now that we know it’s a girl, it’s finally go time.  We are expecting Miss Phoebe Kate to arrive on March 10th!

Originally, I wanted a coral and mint color palette, inspired by the Caitlin Wilson Textiles collection.  While I still love this palette, I decided to change it up to something a little less commonly used in nurseries (and not $60 a yard).  I think I’ve finally settled on a palette of poppy red, orchid pink and apricot with hints of latte and cream woven throughout.  In the end, we wanted the nursery to be a calming space – nothing too loud or overpowering.  I also want it to be a space that she can grow into over the years.  Some neutral with pops of color… you can’t go wrong with that formula.

So here’s the overall feel:

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Walls: The walls are already a neutral color, so I think we’ll break them up by adding a cream stripe in 9” increments around the room as seen here.  Or, maybe a wallpapered focal wall behind the crib.  Still deciding.

Crib and textiles: The crib will incorporate the poppy red zig zag and dot fabric with a polka dot sheet in neutral colors, and the curtains will be made from this fabric from Tonic Living, which was the color palette inspiration for the room.

Furniture: We have a white double dresser that we’ll use (that will also double as a changing table.  Plans are to buy this crib.  For the glider, we’re leaning towards something from the Best Chairs line, upholstered in a greige fabric with white piping.  Again, something neutral that we can reuse in another room down the road.  I am majorly crushing on this side table from West Elm, too.  Not sure if the surface will be large enough for a side table next to the glider (only 12.5” square) but I love the look of a little glam mixed in with all the neutrals.

Accessories: While there’s no hard and fast plan for the accessories, I do really love these two prints.  (Bonus, the second one is a freebie!)  I also really like the zinc letters from Anthro, and this floral light fixture

Updates forthcoming! :)


Amy R. said...

Love it, Leslie!

Sarah said...

Love. Love, love love. Can't wait to see more.

Sarah said...

LOVE. Love, love, love. Can't wait to see more.

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