I’m actually a little proud of myself for getting this done so soon after Blake was born. It took more than two months to get Four’s nursery reveal up. It’s amazing how much more put together your nursery can feel when your baby doesn’t come 5 weeks early. ;)
With Blake’s nursery, I knew I wanted it to have a feminine feel without being overly girly. I’d seen several nurseries on Pinterest with a blush and green color scheme and was OBSESSED. Just like with Four’s room, I also wanted it to be a calming space because I knew we’d spend lots of time nursing, napping, etc., here.
I worked with Burkle Creative to design the space. This is the same team that did my closet/office earlier this year. I met Javier at the Kips Bay Show House last October and knew I needed him to help me bring my office vision to life. I can’t recommend him enough. He’s so talented and his team is amazing at what they do!
A lot of people have asked me about the velvet curtains. These were actually custom-made for her nursery, but I’ve found plenty of similar options if you’re looking for a style like this.
For furniture, my goal was to find items that Blake could use as she gets older too. Even the crib is a convertible crib, so she’ll be able to sleep in it for several years.
As soon as I spotted this cabinet from McGee & Co, I knew it needed to be a part of the nursery. I love that it provides so much storage and also allows you to display decor like this adorable cowboy boot vase and this cute little rainbow abacus from Etsy.
All of the little details in this room are so perfect to me. I LOVE these wall sconces to go above her crib, which adds the perfect amount of light when I’m in her room rocking her to sleep or doing a middle-of-the-night feeding. I opted not to do the electrical over the crib so that I’d be able to move things around if I wanted to once she grows out of the crib. Instead, we put these cordless amazon lights and they’ve been great – they come with a remote control for turning on and off!
I’ve had several people ask me about the pink trunks in her room. These are from petite keep, and I highly recommend investing in some for all of your littles. They’re great to store memorable items in like her go-home outfit from the hospital, her little hospital bands, her first pacifier, etc.
I also tried to find some decor that could double as playthings for Blake as she gets older. This precious little personalized puzzle is a great example. I may add this to my 2022 gift guide for the littles because it’d be a nice gift idea for an infant or toddler in your life!
I’ll stop talking through every item in this nursery (I just love it all!) but you can also scroll to the bottom of the post for a thorough list of everything in her nursery!
I did my best to link as many things as possible for you guys, but several items in her nursery were custom. The little pink satée is actually from my childhood bedroom that the Burkle Creative team had recovered and painted to match Blake’s nursery – so special!
Shelving Details: McGee & Co Burnham Cabinet // Personalized Name Puzzle // Cowboy Boot Vase // Wicker Picture frame // Anthropologie Victoria Frame // Gingham Photo Frame // Anthropologie Olli Ella Dollhouse Basket // Bohemian Rattle Silicone Rattle Wood Rattle // Personalized Rainbow Abacus // Alice in Wonderland Book // Beach abstract painting // Oval picture frame // Pink scalloped tray
Sitting Area Details: Arteriors Floor Lamp // Antique sattée (it was actually from my childhood – we had it painted and recovered) // Khaki Ring Stacker Wooden Baby Toy // Rattan Bins // Hannah Winter artwork // Custom ottoman
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