Transitional Nursery

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Transitional Nursery

Though my clients were excited about their impending new arrival, they were very clear that the nursery should not be “too baby.”  This is a great tactic for parents who want a room that will grow with their child and/or if they know the room will serve another purpose in the future.  It can also just be a personal style choice as well.

I chose a light and dark blue palette but purposely avoided shades that you wouldn’t see in any other room in the house.  For the whimsy needed in a nursery, I added a tree wall decal, and to make it more unexpected, I installed it across 2 walls.

Transitional Nursery

Transitional Nursery

Transitional Nursery

Transitional Nursery

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The accent color is a crisp, apple green, and though I had a plethora of baby lamps to choose from, I knew my clients would like the clean lines of the square table lamp that I chose.  The square shape is repeated in the jungle animal wall art shown above (that I hand-painted :-)), and in the personalized name blocks that I had made on Etsy (left).

One of my favorite elements in the room is the framed tree and owl print on the opposite wall.  I changed the color scheme of the print in Photoshop to match my design, and I love how it ties the room together and speaks to the tree decal across the room.

For one more personal touch, I had a friend knit the striped baby blanket on the recliner.

Transitional Nursery

Transitional Nursery

 

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