October 13, 2011

A Masculine Nursery By Marysia Reeves

Today I'm sharing the final design in the Nursery Design Series.  I've really enjoyed this little series and have been so moved by all the time and effort that each designer has put into these rooms.  I hope that this is a place that you all can come back to and draw inspiration when planning your own rooms (for kids or otherwise).

So for our final contribution, Marysia Reeves has dreamed up a masculine space to share with us.  Some of you may be wondering why I invited a swimwear designer to contribute to this interior design series.  Trust me when I say that she would be just as successful designing interiors as she is in fashion.  And I'm honored to share her take on Baby Evans' nursery with you all today.

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Shopping Sources:

1. I love chalkboard walls...DIY here 
2. Landon Metz art  
3. multi leather rug  
4. DIY lighting  
5.Celadon Cow hide chair Chassity bought in Charleston, SC
6. OEUF Sparrow crib that nicely converts into a toddler bed.
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Perfectly masculine and hip, agree?  So let's see, accomplished swimwear designer (my favorite one in fact, check out her online shop HERE), great at designing interiors, and a model in Lucky Magazine's November issue.  Wait, you haven't seen it yet?  Oh yes, Marysia has a 4 page spread in there and let me tell you it is BEAUTIFUL.  I want everything that she's wearing, especially the Walter Baker coat.  You simply must pop over to Marysia's blog to see the post she just shared about the experience and to see some of the amazing photos.  And Marysia, thank you so much for sharing this space with us today.

To see more nursery designs from the Nursery Design Series:

17 comments:

17 Perth said...

This nursery is gorgeous! Masculine for sure. I am seriously drooling over that painting. With all of these great ideas--you are one lucky momma and have some tough choices to make. ;)

Kim @ keller-creative said...

I really love the clean lines of the crib. So many great designs. Can't wait to see what you come up with in the end!

Gaby [The Vault Files] said...

Great work Marysia! So clean, minimalist, and masculine ;)

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Loving the hide chair and art work- this is definitely masculine chic- gorgeous!

Haskell said...

Okay, this one's my favorite. Love the rug, love the light!!!!!! Love the art.

B. Inspired. said...

Yes! to everything!! Im with Haskell;)

Morgan said...

A DIY chalkboard wall is genius. Kid or no kid!

Morgan said...

A DIY chalkboard wall is genius. Kid or no kid!

Amanda Hill said...

That is a perfect design! The light is such a great idea! Plus I <3 Marysia...girl crush to say the least!

Natalie said...

I spy your great cowhide chair. Loving the artwork and rug! What a fab design!

Bud and Leo said...

I love the first one. A baby would be lucky to have any of these! And I think they're even posh enough for Skylar, Rachel Zoe's perfectly styled baby!

Kelli

marysia reeves said...

Thanks for having me Chassity! Glad you all like it:)
xoxo-marysia

travelkate said...

I have been so enjoying this series, every nursery has been so unique and inspiring!

christine, just bella said...

Loved this series, Chassity! So much great inspiration!

Caitlin said...

Ahhh this may be my favorite yet! This was such a wonderful series - I can't wait to see how your nursery turns out! XO

Emily | Recently said...

I wish I would have had this series to look at when I was designing my son's nursery. So much inspiration!

Sarah MacMillan {Prairie Perch} said...

These nursery designs are super awesome! Loving them. Makes me want another boy. :)