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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Noa's Nursery

My sister recently (Sunday!!) had a little girl who she named Noa Jun.  We are all pretty in love with that gal and it's been nothing but baby cuddling ever since.

Earlier this year, I helped my sister design Noa's nursery while I was in school and that was a doozy.  On top of 3 huge school projects there was also a real life project happening. Crazy.  I am crazy, you guys.


She had decided on a map theme a long time ago so we decided on pinks, blues, creamy oranges,  and gold accents.  We wanted elements of maps but not over done.  I chose this amazing Sherwin Williams color that is seriously the perfect minty blue. 


I used gold polka dots from Urban Walls and they totally make the nursery.  I used their triangles in my own guest bedroom and they are such an affordable way to jazz up the room.  The gold polka dots grab your eye when you walk by and pull you into the room.

The nursery is pretty small so I would take out the table, but more often than not function trumps design.  She needs a little table to put bottles/ her cell phone so the table stays!  If it makes her life easier as a new mom then I am all for 
it. 




Maranda (my sister) really loves elephants so we incorporated them as well.  I think they add a really sweet element.


It was really fun creating a space with my sister for someone so incredibly special.  The room is such a happy space for such a happy family. 










6 comments:

  1. So cute! I love the color scheme! Those polka dots make it so special!

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    1. Thank you! I love those vinyl decals. Such an easy and cheap way to make a space fun.

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  2. I ADORE those dots! Such a sweet space. And aren't baby cuddles the best? My gosh. I have baby fever like no other.

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    1. Hahha! I didn't have baby fever until Noa arrived. Now it is creeping up on me real bad!

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  3. Hello! Just stumbled across your blog in search of a paint color for my daughters room. I love the color of the walls on your photos...Would you mind sharing the name? Beautiful nursery, btw!

    Thanks!

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    1. It is Aquacade by Sherwin Williams. We are still in love with it!

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