Posted by Miriam | Filed under Musings
I immediately fell in love with the color story and was inspired to create a mood board of my fantasy nursery based on the palette.
- The original print from It’s Hue I Love
- For this, my fantasy nursery, I wanted to go deep, glam with a touch of bold playfulness – the perfect background, this gorgeous gray – originally found over at Restoration Hardware!
- I liked the simple lines of this fixture from RHBaby and Child
- Always a sucker for the Mimosa fabric line at zGallerie, I thought these turquoise panels were the perfect bold statement to go with the room
- Since it is my FANTASY nursery and I don’t have to worry about anyone getting squashed, I would totally prop one of these gorgeous mirrors up along the wall…in real life, clearly you would attach it to the wall.
- This beautiful, iron crib from RHBaby and Child is the perfect cream color to coordinate with the print and would look striking against the deep gray walls
- I originally thought this plain green crib sheet would fit the bill…then I found THIS gorgeous sheeting at Serena and LilyWhat?! It’s my fantasy…I can have someone make me a custom crib sheet from this twin set!
- Paired with Serena and Lily’s gorgeous leather pouf and…
- …this cutie patootie crib skirt from the Missoni line at Target, the crib could REALLY make a perfectly playful statement.
- Adding to the glam factor in this room are some shiny details including this silver, leather tray for corral diapering accessories…every room deserves a little bling, whether it’s a fantasy room or not
- And because I like to combine aesthetics, I thought these Senegalese Storage Baskets were a great way to bring some more texture into the room
- Of course, the foundation for all of this HAS to be FLOR’s Modern Mix tiles in Moon. The tone-on-tone works perfectly in this space
- For accessories, I really love these fun, gray owls from West Elm…
- …and this chunky, cream, cable knit throw from Serena and Lily.
- I tend to think every room needs a little vintage, but against the dark walls, a walnut piece might be too dim. With the trim painted in white like this one found over at Design*Sponge, you could have the best of mid-century modern while keeping the integrity of the dark walnut finish.
- Every nursery, fantasy or not needs toy storage and these coordinating shelves from Land of Nod are the perfect fit to round out our space.
Lastly, an occasional chair or a rocker or glider would fit well in this space…rather than the one pictured in the collage, however, I think I’m in love with this one instead: