My biggest challenge with this space was balance. I found this AMAZING green vintage dresser from a local spot, RENEW'D. They refinished this mid century dresser with a kelly green paint and it was ACTUALLY love at first sight, perfect amount of storage and perfect width to double as a changing table. I had to have it and I had to rework the original nursery design around it. So, inspired by that nursery design and the whimsical space I had initially considered, I set out to curate an eclectic mix of pieces to bring everything together.
My favorite pieces in the space are definitely the dresser and the rug. I had to change my initial rug plan since it had been on backorder for FOREVER and it was potentially not going to be restocked until January...obviously, too late. So, I found this rug from anthro and was kind of obsessed. I love the neutral background that balances the colorful foreground. If you've read my blog at all, you probably know I'm obsessed with all things Anthro, so it wasn't a hard sell.
Here's the tour. I hope you enjoy!
PS. This little photo shoot convinced me I really need to invest in a new lens. The small space was very difficult to get wide angle shots in, so please excuse the pieced together photography :)
^^Oh, hey guys! Mirror shot!
Crib | Sheet | Crib Skirt | Dot Blanket | Mobile | Dot Floor Storage Bin | Rocking Zebra via Zulily | Faux Sheepskin | Rug | Rocking Chair | "Lovely" Pillow | Blue Throw | Lamp | Mom's One Line a Day book | Side Table | Clear Glass Containers | Pink Glass Container | Changing Pad Cover | Dresser | Drapes | Aqua Bookshelf | "S" | Gold Wall Shelves | Frames
Thanks for checking out Sadie's room!! I CANNOT wait to rock her sweet little self to sleep in her pretty nursery!
PS. PROPS TO THE HUBBY FOR THE PAINTING AND FAUX PANELING!!!!! (and for putting up with my multiple paint color changes and listening to my complaining about the expense of wallpaper :) )