A Long Distance Nursery Design

My current nursery project is for a long distance client and with the availability of wood samples for each furniture piece and fabric swatches for literally thousands of options, an entire space be created from afar.

The goals for this space are:

1-Create A Gender Neutral Design Centered Around Soft Greens, Such as the Inspiration Nursery Below

2-Work with the Existing Wall Color Which is a Lovely Rich Taupey-Beige Mixed with Grey

3-Implement a theme with birds, owls, or giraffes such as this sweet birdie bumper my client already had in mind

I took the parameters set by the client and came up with the following plan which includes both the rugs she was originally interested in since she hasn’t made a final decision on them yet, the sweet neutral birdie bumper, a soft solid green fitted sheet from Pottery Barn and complimenting crib skirt from Dwell Studio, an awesome resource for modern baby bedding

  Everything blends beautifully with the existing wall color, and now we are considering adding a few strategically placed decals such as the birds and owls from Etsy that could truly round out the space

As with all room designs, it’s a work in progress and not every decision has been finalized, however one of the best parts about nursery design is there’s a firmly set timeline so both myself and my client know we have to work quickly and occasionally make decisions on the fly.

And I’ll be sure to keep you posted on our progress!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Kristi
    Aug 21, 2012 @ 12:21:56

    Looks great! I love the concept. You should do kids rooms also. Nursery design is great but only last for a few years (hopefully you bought some peices well so it can continue to change.) G is turning three in Oct so we are changing his bed and bedding, rearranging some furniture, considering where to place a desk in the future) And keeping some artwork but taking down some babyish stuff. I bought bedding from PB teen so he can grow into it and I can just change accessories. Kids rooms are really fun to decorate because you know your kids then and can celebrate them…


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