Designing a nursery
Our favorite things when designing a nursery, a huge collaboration between mother and son. Here is how it all began, first, meet my little guy, Telly. I fell head over heels when I first met Telly. I knew in an instant that these nine months of waiting were well worth it. All the stress and pain that I went through faded away like a far distant memory. I looked into my son’s eyes and my heart melted.
In addition, to this great moment, it was the first few weeks that I took time out of my super busy schedule to genuinely enjoy the addition to our family.
How amazing the journey, we went from two to three in a blink of an eye, and my husband, and I are overflowing with joy and gratitude.
Rushing home to complete the nursery
Many hurdles when building a new home, and a yard long list of things to complete. After leaving the hospital, I rushed home to make sure that Telly’s nursery would be complete. Making sure his room would be filled with all of his favorite things. Furthermore, Telly has been with me during all the love and work that went into creating his room. Therefore, I thought I include Telly in this forum.
You are Invited
You’re all invited to spend Time with Telly and enter his world and a few of our favorite things when designing a nursery.
To add pop to the room I placed a Vintage Porshe mural wall behind the crib. I love how Murals Your Way customizes your creation to fit in any space with their digitally printed wall murals and wallpaper.
The sustainable, natural walnut harvested hardwood Austin 4 drawer dresser/changer by DucDuc. Customized navy-blue drawers and available in several colors. Also, the changer easily converts to a dresser which can last through the teen years. Also, added the Savannah customized satin nickel hardware to give the dresser a modern touch.
I paired the changer/dresser with the Austin crib by DucDuc. In addition, the white satin rails, and the sleds are in natural walnut and satin finish will do. It is simple, yet unique, and available in a few fun colors.
For the perfect blend in the room, I used the Silence rug by Surya with shades of grays, sage, and charcoal. On the walls, I used Sherwin Williams Unique Gray, and Extra White paint for a breezy, clean and soft look.
I added the sleek Hampton crystal knobs, with brass oval rosette backing in the flat black finish by EMTEK to the closet and the entry door. In the closet, I store the easy foldable XARI Stroller by Mima. The adjustable handlebars, three recline seat angles are perfect. As well as a variety of color combinations to choose from makes this the hottest ride in town.
The Fresco Noir by Bloom in a variety of colors to choose from, simply gorgeous. It has a 3-position recline system that adjusts in height and can easily be turned into a cradle.