Personally I spent a lot of time in my nurseries with my babies. Lots of walking, rocking, singing, playing and stories. I think it can be designed with longevity just like any other room in your home. It's a room that can be playful, pleasurable and chic all at once. I like to design nurseries and children's rooms that grow with them, interchanging elements as they mature. I think this cozy, modern nursery would be just right for baby Evans and his uber-stylish mama.
Clockwise from top left:
1) Campbell Fabric - Sister Parish Design
2) Ibex - Casamance
3) Raked Linen by Kelly Wearstler - Lee Jofa
4) 1970's Brass & Chrome Chandelier - 1st Dibs
5) Rob Delamater Monotypes on Paper - Lost Art Salon
6) 1970's Brass Owl Lamp - 1st Dibs
7) 1950's Dresser - 1st Dibs
8) Vintage Moroccan Rug - Woven Accents
9) Vintage Adrian Pearsall Rocker - Stellar Union
10) Spot On Square Roh Crib - Velocity
11) Jonathan Adler Letter Pillow - Jonathan Adler
12) Zebra Pillow - Fawn & Forest
I might wake up in night sweats dreaming of that room. The art, the patterns, the lucite crib... Goodness what a lucky (and cool!) little boy he would be to grow up there. A million thanks to Angie Hranowsky for creating this handsome space. Now back off to dreamland...
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