This room by Sarah Farris-Gilbert of Grace Hilton Interior Design is the girls nursery of my dreams. It’s light, fresh and soothing with pops of fun candy colors.
In addition to the classic Oeuf crib, this photo features Green Lullaby Multiboxes, which are made with corrugated cardboard and are completely recyclable. I think they look cute and colorful on the smooth white floors. You can find the little Dot Mirrors at PB Teen. Seeing them here is really inspiring. The wall looks really chic and a little bit glittery.
The reading corner includes a Kartell Componibili Storage Modules and Ralph Rapson Style rocker. If you aren’t as fortunate as Sarah to have found one at the Rose Bowl Flea Market, an Ikea Poang rocker is a close alternative.
These fantastic custom looking bookcases are Ikea Billy bookcases with a birch top. They are further dressed up with some Britten Nummer fabric from Ikea Modge Podged onto the back.
The artwork over the bookcases is by Suzy Ultman and has such a sweet and soft look. The lamp behind the rocker is West Elm’s Adjustable Metal Floor Lamp. It looks so good in this room that I’ve now put one of those on my wish list.
The toy storage baskets on the bookcase are part of The Land of Nod’s Strapping Storage Collection and look clean and neat here in white.
Finally, the fabulous sconces are Havana Half-Wall Sconces from Jonathan Adler.
Cordelia obviously enjoys her incredible nursery space and I don’t blame her.
As you can see, Sarah had a clear vision for her space from the beginning and I think it came out perfectly. She is clearly a great talent and has incredible taste!
Thank you so much Sarah for sharing the photos of Cordelia’s nursery. I might have to copy this space exactly in the future- it’s so wonderful. I’ve even been thinking of painting my office that Bubble color!
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