Setting up Frankie's nursery, washing and folding the tiny clothes, and organizing all the baby gear was a dream - I loved this part of pregnancy. When envisioning what my baby girl's nursery would look like, I was all over the place. Did I want to go boho? Woodland? Girly? I finally settled on a classic, neutral design that would lend a hand to changing aesthetics.
When we moved in to our home, there was a rustic wood feature wall in this room. It wasn't really my style and when we went to remove it, it also ripped down half of the drywall. Yikes! We decided instead of replacing the drywall to try a tongue and groove paneled wall and I ended up loving it.
The pennant flag & lamb mobile really give her room a classic, vintage, and almost preppy feel. I love that it is a design style that can withstand the test of time.
This room originally had a built-in desk in a little nook in the corner. My husband (who is super handy -- and cute:)) made a built-in shelving unit to display pretty clothes, toys and books and it turned out incredible! I tend to send my husband Pinterest links and he tends to make my dreams come true.
Want more inspo? Check out August's inspiration here. How did you decide on a "theme" for your nursery?