1. Daydream Wallpaper in Blush | 2. Linen Curtains in Fog | 3. Scalloped Chandelier | 4. Side Table | 5. Tufted Armchair | 6. Braided Pouf | 7. Rattan Bookshelf | 8. Rug | 9. Crib | 10. Elephant Cushion | 11. Pedestal Lamp | 12.Dresser Vintage | 13. Hamper | 14. Sofa | 15. Ticking Stripe Bedding in White | 16. Gold Dot Throw Pillow | 17. Grey Fur Pillow
This little belly of mine (which is not so little anymore) is growing bigger and bigger everyday, which makes me excited, scared, nervous and so happy all at the same time. With our new addition to the Hendo clan quickly on her way out, things are moving along with the nursery and I am having so much fun designing and playing around with how this new nursery is going to be. The first moodboard that I pulled together for the room really spoke to my Pacific Northwest Oregon roots, but for this version I wanted to introduce some more girly aspects into the room, without it looking like a pink Disney princess threw up all over the walls.
There are quite a few elements that I wanted/needed to keep the same from the first moodboard.
1.This needs to be a baby room, sure, but only by way of function, not necessarily style. I wanted to keep it neutral enough that you could still enjoy the room without it feeling too girly or nursery-esque.
2. While we don’t need this to double as a full size guest room I do want it to have flexibility for me to nap/marathon my TV shows and especially for when we have more than just two guests, to accommodate another person. My best friend stays the night with her toddler sometimes (when we want to have girls night when one of the guys are out of town) and I want a comfy place inside the house for her to crash, not just outside/downstairs in the guest suite.
In case you missed the first version here it is:
Now it is your turn:
1. Blush, Pink and Tonal
2. Pacific Northwest Modern