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August 30, 2014

A Labor of Love {Millie's Nursery}

Our baby's room was really a labor of love.  Everyone pitched in. Tyler's mom painted the room while I was still in the hospital recovering from a C-Section. Tyler built wall hanging shelves with his bare hands (and some of the hands of several friends).  Tyler and I painted artwork for above her rocker. My aunts hung curtains and wall art and my parents gifted some of the furniture items.  So, thank you to everyone who helped make Millie's room a special place.

When designing Millie's nursery in my head, I knew I wanted something white with some pops of color thrown in from toys, books and art. The idea was for it to be calm, serene, natural and simplistic. The design has a Scandinavian, Mid-Century Modern feel. I hope you enjoy this peek into our little girl's room.

Wall color: Martha Stewart // Lamb
Rug // West Elm
Curtains // Pottery Barn Kids






 Book // Plant: TJ Maxx



Wooly Plush Bunny // Pink Bunny: Pottery Barn Kids Similar // Wooly Plush Elephant




 Books Top to Bottom:








 Artwork by Mommy and Daddy


















Thanks for reading. :)

PS. I hope to do more posts like this as we slowly move from room-to-room decorating our new house. Let me know if you want to see more interior decorating posts.



5 comments:

  1. Congrats! Your nursery is absolutely lovely and charming! You did a wonderful job and thank you so much for supporting my artwork and displaying it so beautifully above the crib! I'm so honored :). I look forward to seeing how your decorating of your house comes along (I too, am in the process of decorating and furnishing my new home and it'll be cool to compare notes!).

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    1. Thank you, Anna! We just LOVE the artwork you did for us. This was the first thing I found for her room and what I built/designed the entire nursery around. You are a cityscape genius! :P

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