Coming up with a nursery theme is a big decision. There are so many directions you can take your theme. Some go for a more adult sophisticated look while others like to bring in a little bit of whimsical styling to the decor. My husband and I went back and forth on a few ideas and landed on a nautical theme. We wanted some fun sea creature elements without going too overboard on the design.
I’m not going to lie. There were times designing this space brought on a lot of frustration for me. With working full time I didn’t really get to start piecing things together until I started maternity leave a few weeks before my due date. From items being on back order, decor being out of stock, and overall decisions to be made there were some moments I had to walk away from the space and come back another day with a fresh new perspective. Overall I love how Noah’s nursery turned out and it has quickly become one of my favorite rooms in the house. I am so excited to share our nursery reveal post today!
Crib: Pottery Barn Kids | Mattress: Newton Baby | White Mud Cloth Pillow Cover: Sew and Cloth | White and Grey Striped Pillow Cover: The Ivory Gull | Ship and Octopus Print: Loftipop | White Picture Frames: Target
Swivel Reclining Glider: Wayfair | Navy Lumbar Pillow: Target | Side Table and Faux Plant: Marshalls | Cast Iron Wall Compass: Colorful Cast and Crew | Scandinavian Art Print: MidniteMot | Rustic Picture Frame: Michaels | White Blackout Curtains: Amazon | Wooden Baby Play Gym: Hatchling Co
Dresser: IKEA | Nautical Knobs: Twisted R Design | Changing Pad: Amazon | Changing Pad Cover: Burt’s Bees | Faux Plant: Marshalls | Rope Mirror: Crate and Barrel Kids | White Shelves: Amazon | Custom Noah Letters: The Rugged Pearl | Whale Wood Cutout: 302 Wood Works | Seashell: Michaels
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