I’m so happy to share Rose’s Nursery today! To say it has been in development for a long time would be an understatement. When we moved into our home two years ago I already had a room picked out to be a nursery, and a color palette in mind. Now, two years later, it has finally come together!
I was able to incorporate new pieces with sentimental old ones from my family (like my grandmother’s antique rose mirror, and my mother’s childhood bed). Merging the old and new was important to me in creating a space for Rose. I had already decided I wanted the main color to be emerald green as an homage to my favorite color as a little girl. I knew it would be gender neutral, so it would (and could still) be great for a boy’s room with a few modifications. That, plus cream, white, and gold, and I knew it would prove to be aversatile yet elegant room. Once we knew we were having a baby girl, I went to work adding in some subtle girly touches and hints of baby pink. Not overtly feminine, but with enough sugar and spice to satisfy any notion that the room is clearly for a baby girl.
I put so much heart (and tears) over the past two years getting this room ready, and at one point I worried that it would never get to house a little boy or girl, but I am so happy to have this room finally filled with my baby Rose! It is absolutely my favorite and most beautiful room in the entire house.
Crib: Pottery Barn Kids (old, similar) | Dresser: Pottery Barn Kids (old, similar) | Side table: Pottery Barn Kids (old, similar) | Rocker: Pottery Barn Kids | Ottoman: Safavieh | Table: Safavieh | Rose Mirror: antique | Leaning mirror: Wayfair | Curtains: Wayfair | Agate canvas prints: Oliver Gal | Twin Bed: antique | Bedding: Pottery Barn Kids & Land of Nod | Twin bedding: Oliver Gal | Pillows: Joss & Main | Chandelier: IKEA | Mobile: Love Sparkle Pretty | Date print: Outside in Art Studio | Floral monogram print: Inspired Life, Co. | Rug: nuLOOM