Quiet Design Touches to a Baby’s Room
Quiet lavender was the request from a really nice client for her second daughter’s nursery. She had most of the furniture from her first daughter, but she wanted to make the new baby’s nursery special. We focused on the longevity of the decor. She knows how quickly her daughter grows up, so pieces were chosen carefully.
We anchored the space with a really soft carpet and playful wallpaper for over the bead board.
The wallpaper was from Stark and the carpet came from the Sanford Hall showroom in NYC.
The side table will eventually go next to a bed when her daughter grows out of the crib. But for now we needed crib bedding. We chose a sweet set by Annette Tatem.
The lamp is one of a pair that will eventually be placed on the dresser(that is currently used as a changer). It is a simple vintage crystal lamp that we had trimmed in the most beautiful lilac linen.
We chose this delightful turn of the century print of girls playing that we framed. It is just so sweet.
A friend purchased a clock from Cici Crib for the room.
My client tells me that people notice the ceiling fixture first, when they enter the room. I hope it brings sweet dreams to the little one….
The window treatments were made from the most beautiful linen from Rogers & Goffigon in Greenwich, CT.
The ties are just perfect.
We also made an embroidered letter pillow from the linen.
Another whimsical picture is waiting to be hung in the room. We would like to put it over the changer, but curious little hands will cause us to move it to a temporary location.