I am SO very excited to finally share Porter’s baby boy nursery with you all! I had most of it done before he was born but was still waiting on some more pieces to arrive and to add some finishing touches. Thankfully I got everything done the first week he was home with the help of Ryan & his mom. When we designed this house we always knew this room would be the nursery, it’s actually where I first told Ryan I was pregnant when it was under construction! I wanted the space to be calming and fit for a baby, but still sophisticated and timeless. I am so happy with how it turned out and will share more bits about the design in today’s post. Also- I will be sharing Porter’s newborn photos next week!
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I wanted the overall feel of the room to be light and airy and envisioned a very faint blue/gray on the walls. We ended up going with Benjamin Moore ‘Fanfare’ and I love how subtle it is. I added pops of navy in the window treatments, ottoman, bookshelf and mirror to add some contrast to the room.
When you first walk in the room there is a navy bookshelf filled with so many special items- I love that it’s the first thing you see! We have his letter board from the hospital, a few stuffed animals, a book collection, some baby shoes and a toy basket.
This dresser & topper is by Stella Baby & Child- I love the distressed white finish. We opted for the Keekaroo changing pad because it’s easy to wipe down and you don’t have to worry about washing a cover. On top of the dresser we also have a basket that organizes his diapers, lotion, brushes and creams. Above the dresser we added more navy accents with the round mirror and wall shelf. The silver cup is actually a keepsake from when Ryan was a baby.
I found these zebra and giraffe art prints on Pottery Barn kids and was pleasantly surprised to find out they were painted by an artist local to Charlotte, Kristin Dills! I think the bowties are adorable and underneath we added an elephant rocker and knit basket full of stuffed animals.
Porter’s nursery was so fun to design and is the first “finished” room in our house. He is still sleeping in our room in the bassinet, but I’m excited to transition him to his crib and spend more time with him in this space!
Photography by More Beatty Photography
Crate & Kids navy bookcase
PB Kids elephant bank
Lamb baby slippers
Personalized baby block
RH Baby & Child Spence Pendant
Million Dollar Baby ‘Abigail’ Crib
West Elm faux fiddle leaf fig tree
RH Baby & Child Bedding
Stella Baby & Child Kerrigan Dresser
PB Kids navy round mirror
PB Kids navy wall shelf
Faux succulent and gray frame via Home Goods
Monogram watercolor art print
Keekaroo changing pad
Changing table caddy
Munchkin step diaper pail
White knit basket via Home Goods
Giraffe & Zebra framed art
PB Kids elephant rocker
Oilo Studio ‘Harlow’ glider/recliner
Whitewashed frames via Home Goods
Crate & Kids navy pouf (similar)
PB Kids side table
Target floor lamp
Hatch Rest Sound Machine
Animal map framed art
Laura Leigh says
it looks absolutely amazing lady! as do you – adore this sweet dress on you!
xo Laura Leigh
Mariah Rickard says
So cute! I love all the little animals everywhere. The prints on the wall are adorable too!
Carrington | Chaos and Coffee says
Oh my goodness, this is such a cute room! I love his nursery, it’s adorable. Not to mention he’s SO cute! Xx.
this looks absolutely amazing!!! love how it all came together to create such a sweet space. congrats on the little one, too!
xx rebecca // http://www.rebeccapiersol.me
Hillary Conheady says
Well this is the cutest nursery and the cutest pictures!! Especially loving that light fixture!
This nursery is so cute and so adorable! I love the neutral colors so much!!
cute & little
Oh my gosh, how precious is his nursery!! I love how airy it feels!
Sarah Lindner says
Congrats on your little bundle. Everything in the nursery looks so sweet! Wishing you both well! xoxo, Sarah
I love how light, bright, and simplistic this space is. It’s beautiful and perfect. Such a stunning space to spend time with your little one. I don’t think I’d ever want to leave this room. The natural light is to die for!
What a tranquil space! I love how you took a sophisticated approach. We did the same with our daughter’s rooms. What color paint did you use? It looks the same as my younger daughter’s room. Ours was Mountain Mist. Enjoy your little angel! Xo
Emily Wilkinson says
I just love how his nursery turned out – such a cozy, neutral space! I love the pops of blue! We are in the process of working on ours now & I can’t wait to spend more time in that room!