This nursery was put together by Meg from the fitness and lifestyle blog “Be Fit. Be Full.” This crisp and colorful space is almost as cute as their little boy, Hunter.
In the view from the doorway, you can see the Poang Rocker from Ikea as well as the chocolate dots curtains and the stripe that zips around the room.
The opposite view, from the rocker, includes the Kendall Crib from Pottery Barn Kids and a matching bookshelf.
The crib bedding is the Transportations Multi Set from DwellStudio and the initials are from Operation Letters. The letters are custom made by Kim Rosenfeld and are designed specifically to go with your space. These are a really unique gift idea so be sure to check out Operation Letters.
The changing area includes the coordinating Transportation changing pad cover and a simple white dresser with changing top.
One of Meg’s favorite parts of the nursery is the Cardboard Safari set that adorns the wall. Remember, his name is Hunter… get it?
This shot of the closet rounds out the room and I’m going to have to recommend putting a custom closet system in here. We have the exact same kind of closets in our boys’ rooms and the first thing we did when we moved into the house was put in a closet system. It tripled our storage space and we fit (almost) all the boys’ toys in their closets.
Thanks you so much Meg for sharing the photos of Hunter’s room– and congratulations! He’s adorable!
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