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NURSERY INSPIRATION

NURSERY INSPIRATION

I know I’ve mentioned that I haven’t done much for the nursery. I haven’t had the chance to fully dig into the details,Β but I feel like I was being unfair to myself. Yes, the room is currently a disaster. It’s a hodge podge of old furniture and I’ve been using it as a holding storage area. But I think I do have an okay vision for it. We picked out a crib!!! And wallpaper, rug, paint, and fabric swatches and samples are starting to roll in. I’m most excited about the wallpaper…. I had a few samples sent to us and ended up DMing with the brand it turns out there’s another colorway coming in the next month or so…. 100% solidified my decision because it’s exactly what I had originally hoped for. Will of course share more as time goes on.

The biggest thing regarding the nursery is that when we bought our house, I assumed I’d turn what’s now my office into a nursery. But when I actually became pregnant, I realized it was more practical to turn the guest room into the nursery and turn my office into more of a guest room. I’m hiring movers to assemble and reassemble beds and move others into storage. It’s the one thing I was dreading the most. And then realized it would 100% be worth hiring people to help out with this to take it off our plate. The current-guest-room-soon-to-be-nursery is a BIG room. It’s actually bigger than our main bedroom and has an actual closet (versus my office which has a funky long closet that isn’t very practical). The nursery will have plenty of room for tummy time and toys. And space for baby to play/move as time goes on.

Thought I’d share some of the nurseries I had saved on Pinterest when we found out we were having a baby just for fun.

NURSERY INSPIRATION

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NURSERY INSPIRATION DESIGN

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BABY ROOM DESIGN

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NURSERY ROOM IDEAS

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PASTEL NURSERY ROOM

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BABY ROOM DESIGN

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Sarah

I like how the rooms look like they could be repurposed after it’s not being used as a nursery. The wallpapers seem so versatile!

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Anonymous

Beautiful! One bit of advice is to be aware that very quickly your little one will have an opinion of their space, so if re-wallpapering isn’t something you want to do in a few years, going with paint may be an easier option. I was a little sad to see the cute nursery I decorated turn into an Elmo room at age 3, but also very happy to see my little one have their own interests.

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N.

Beautiful! If you don’t already follow, Erin Gates of the Elements of Style blog has some great nursery inspo, too!

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