Clean and Neutral Country Cottage Nursery

Clean and Neutral Country Cottage Nursery - Pretty as a Peach

When I found out I was pregnant I started pinning nurseries right away. I was slightly totally obsessed. When I got done with it I was so happy. When we moved one of the things I was the saddest about was losing that perfect nursery room. Large windows with hand picked shutters offering tons of natural light. The windows! Swoon.

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When I started on the nursery I was bound and determined to have a functional space that had elegance and was bright and airy. We ended up with this. It deviated a quite a bit from our original plan but ended up coming together very organically. I knew we had to have a chandelier and soft french blues. I DIY’ed the name art, spent hours finding the perfect art. The seersucker bunting is actually from my baby shower. The chair was a huge deal to my husband. Since he is so tall he wanted something that would be comfortable and fit his height. We took two trips and 4 hours (you read that right, FOUR) at the local baby store picking out the chair and fabric. We organized the closet so there was a spot for everything and tried not to purchase more than it could fit. Without further ado, here is the nursery:

Clean and Neutral Country Cottage Nursery - Pretty as a PeachSources: crib/crib skirt/frames/chandelier/ceiling medallion/{similar}crown

Clean and Neutral Country Cottage Nursery - Pretty as a PeachSources: dresser/lamp/shadow boxes/changing pad/pad cover

Clean and Neutral Country Cottage Nursery - Pretty as a PeachSources: fleur de lis iron art/baskets {Home Goods}

Now that our little boy is one (and we are in a new home), it’s time to start thinking of a toddler room. I can’t wait to find the perfect theme for him all over again!

**wall color is Nimbus from Benjamin Moore

 

 

 

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