It's a rare occasion when we get to design a nursery, but we love to do them! This nursery was especially fun, because it was designed for a couple we've worked with in the past. The couple recently welcomed their little boy! The new parents wanted a nursery that was "Woodland" themed. They love the outdoors, and wanted lots of natural elements. The design started with the wallpaper, and we went from there. Because this was a remote, quick install, we didn't have professional pictures taken, so bare with our attempt to capture the space with our iPhone (see video on our highlighted instagram stories). It turned out darling, and we can only imagine all the tender moments that will take place in that room.
Wallpaper / Curtain Fabric / Curtain Hardware / Pennant / Gingham Pillow / Chair / Ottoman / Side Table / Floor Lamp / Rug / Bookshelf / Clock / Wooden Toy / Wooden Beads / Baskets / Art (Trees) / Mobile / Leaf Crib Pillow / Striped Crib Pillow / Crib / Crib Quilt / Mattress / Crib Sheet / Lamp (similar) / Dresser (similar) / Art (deer) / Art (Bear) / Faux Greens / Planter / Gingham Changing Pad Cover
The Kuhlman's have some really unique and fun details in their old home. One of our favorite features is the original exposed brick. Downstairs in their basement is where they have a guest bedroom with two twin beds. This room didn't get much attention when they moved in, but it recently was given a little pick-me-up. Since it's in the basement, and doesn't have a window, it needed a light color on the walls and lots of extra lighting. The newly added sconces, bright walls, and mirrored nightstands help bring light to this space.
We added a few sconces, recycled furniture they already had, and unified the bedding. It looks pretty cute, doesn't it?
With baby boy Krew coming any day, we wanted to share his nursery style board! Brad and Molly are moving into a new home in August, with more space for their growing family. Along with a baby coming, they are also about to fix up a house! Crazy??? Maybe!
Molly created an style board a few months back when she thought her kiddos were going to share a room, but since that's no longer the case, she can make Krew's nursery more "boyish". She wants to keep it simple, and not "babyish", in order to keep big pieces as Krew gets older.
Here is the style board she created for baby boy's nursery!