My son’s nursery has to be my favorite room of the house. When I was pregnant I had so much fun designing it. Even though he is 2 years old, I haven’t changed much since I originally did it.
Even though we found out the gender while pregnant I wanted to keep most of the room neutral so I could easily change bedding and accessories as he got older. The paint color I used was Sherman Williams Simply Beige SW6085. I had the painter do vertical stripes and alternate matte and semi-gloss finishes for a subtle yet fun look.
The furniture is from Bratt Decor, it is the Chelsea Collection in Expresso. I got the Lifetime crib, dresser with changing top, book shelf, and end table. I also purchased the toddler and full bed conversion kits so I would have them (the collection is no longer available).
The chair is from Walmart. I had a hard time finding a rocker but I’m glad I purchased this one because it is so comfortable and has really help up over the years. The bedding was purchased at Buy Buy Baby (and is no longer available), I loved it because it went with the neutral theme I wanted but still had a little design to it. The rug is an ivory shag and I can’t remember what website I got it from but this rug is similar.
I added a small pop of blue with the teddy bear on the book shelf and the toy bins which are from Pottery Barn. The crown above the crib and the crown above his dresser are both from Restoration Hardware Baby and Child. My son absolutely loves books so you can see his bookshelf is full of them. I am still obsessed with his chandelier which is also from Restoration Hardware.
Next summer when I turn his crib into a toddler I will probably change up the decor and get him new bedding so it is a little more boyish and better reflects his personality.