With a baby in my belly (the 20 week-countdown has begun!), I have nurseries on my mind. I thought I’d share a few of my current favorites with you! The only unifying element in these images is that, well … I like them all. And, even though I am having a girl, these nurseries each tend to lean on the less-feminine side.
First up is this nursery designed by Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors. It is so classically Amber, with a west coast/global vibe. The rug really is the star of the space here with accents of natural wood and white.
Next up is this nursery that looks like something out of Out of Africa, and was designed by Joanna of Irrelephant for her baby boy. There are so many natural, rustic elements that all work together to create a serene, gender-neutral space.
Lastly, this nursery that looks like a cabin in the woods, designed by Liddy Dipert (of Hello Liddy blog fame). There are so many rich colors sprinkled throughout the space, not to mention those luscious green walls. White accents keep the space from feeling to dark.
So, tell me- which one was your favorite? Number 1, 2 or 3?
I love number one. You could use the beautiful rug I gave you!
Which rug- haha 😉
I’ve been reading most of your blog today (b/c of Mary Jo). I’m thinking that #3 looks like an update version of your “dream” RL bedroom from post 2, so I think that’s kind of fun and nostalgic and interesting! If you’re trying to be trendsetter, rather than doing what’s already been done, I’d say axe #1. It’s been done. I’m excited to see what you do regardless, b/c you pick good stuff and some of things you’ve linked me to today have me dying!
Also, just a thought. You’ve been talking an awful lot about blush … you may only get one girl!!! 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and taking the time to read it! Truly to me, there is no greater compliment. I appreciate it!
Can I just say that I kind of needed to hear that about option #1? My gut was telling me that I was kind of over that look, but it still seems to be everyone’s favorite, nonetheless. I love #2,but I’m not sure how easily I can achieve that look using the stuff I already have around my house (none of which is even remotely safari).
Also, I read your post about your nursery- love the crib, and the way you incorporated meaningful art into the space. Mary Jo would be proud 🙂