Oh, the dreams that will be cultivated here! I feel privileged to share this inspirational space with you all. The art and accessories on the dark gray background are what really make this room incredible.
I’m also crazy about the oversized text art.
A cozy reading area is a must have for developing young minds and getting them on the path to greatness.
What’s your favorite part of this creative and colorful nursery?
Thanks Gwen, for sharing the photos of this dreamy space!
This room is pretty perfect in every way. You can go to the original post on the Little Crown Interiors site to read more about the inspiration and the products used in the space.
The Oeuf crib and dresser in neutral work perfectly with almost any color scheme, but I think that the light wood is particularly beautiful with breezy pastels.
I love how this room is a mix of personal, collected objects as well as stylish modern purchases. It’s a comfortable, realistic way to decorate a home and feels warmer than a collection of items all put into a shopping cart at one time.
Naomi reused the clients glider and side table (an economical as well as eco-friendly choice!) and the corner is full of sentimental pieces.
Thanks for sharing your incredible work with us Naomi! This MIGHT be my favorite Little Crown Interiors project yet.
Photography by Full Spectrum Photography
Stylish super-mom Kailee Wright recently shared the photos of her son Houston’s nursery. It’s a huge space that also serves as a family playroom. She designed the room with help from Annalisa, of Oilo Studio, and every corner is styled to perfection.
I love how she used a patterned rug to set the color scheme and ground the space.
The furnishings (dresser, storage and crib) are affordably Ikea, and the play table and chair set adds tons of style.
There are tons of tee pee style play tents out there but Kailee chose a lovely one from tnees.
I have to say, this nursery is the ultimate 2015 modern nursery. I’m sure it will be the backdrop for many happy Wright family memories. Thanks for sharing the photos with us Kailee!
I’m so excited to share SISSY + MARLEY‘s latest interior project with you! Xander’s room features Jam by SISSY + MARLEY for Jill Malek wallpaper, which is perfect for this toddler’s room and will continue to enhance the space as Xander grows.
If you’ve got room for it, a play tent can become a fun and cozy feature in any child’s room or play space.
Oeuf’s Toy Store is a great storage piece that keeps playthings accessible.
The front facing bookshelves are a signature feature in a SISSY + MARLEY room, and as usual, I’m tempted to order every title they’ve selected.
I think these display shelves are my favorite accessory in the room and of course, they’re styled to perfection.
Top it off with a cute text print and some blue boyish toys and you’re really ready to roll.
And now I’ve got this song in my head…
Another inspirational job. Thanks for sharing, Chelsea! Now when are you coming down to Florida? I’ve got a beautiful blank space begging for your expert eye!
Interior Design by SISSY + MARLEY. All photography by Marco Ricca.
Instagram has become my favorite social media platform. I have lots of fun sharing little life snippets on there (as well as any fun shopping finds), but I love finding great nursery and design inspiration on my feed. Here are a few that really grabbed my attention recently.
Do you use Instagram for inspiration?
Tag @buymodernbaby in photos of YOUR special space!
This may be the only theme I wholeheartedly approve of. I only wish my boys were more Star Wars crazy so I’d have an excuse to go all Star Wars in one of their rooms. Here’s some Star Wars nursery inspiration on this Star Wars Day. May the 4th be with you!
How about this DIY Star Wars Baby Nursery Design by Greg Pabst?
Star Wars is not just for little boys. Girls can grow up to be Star Wars fans as well as I hope the little one with the Hoth-Inspired Nursery will!
The nursery reveal on Maiedae, reveals a bright Star Wars nursery with lots of family collectibles.
From Sticks on a Plane, the force is strong with this one. Check out all the photos to see the ceiling and quilt!
Finally, James’ star wars themed nursery is perfectly simple. Just a couple of great accessories are enough to make a great impact.
Sigh, some days I just want to move into the minds of SISSY + MARLEY. Isn’t it serene? Baby Catarina’s nursery is simply divine. The first nursery to feature SISSY+MARLEY for Jill Malek’s new Zee wallpaper (in Rain), this space uses shades of white and tan to beautiful effect.
The Oeuf dresser is styled with a lot more restraint than I use in my own home. I always end up using a lot of color in my own spaces, but I admire and often aspire to achieve this type of peaceful and quiet look.
And once Catalina settles down in her Stokke Sleepi, there’s room to settle in for your own nap.
Built in storage is perfect for all kinds of coordinating books and accessories. And now I want to see what’s down that hallway…
Incredible inspiration as usual. Thanks for sharing, Chelsea!
Interior Design by SISSY + MARLEY. All photography by Marco Ricca.
I love this example of a simple, clean nursery with sophisticated modern accessories. Designed by Melissa from WINTER*DAISY, it’s a perfect home for any little boy.
The driftwood mobile is a striking focal point over the Oeuf Classic Toddler Bed.
Thanks for sharing your latest project with us Melissa! Can’t wait to see what you do next!
Sorry if we’re on such a streak of big kid rooms, but where they’re this fabulous, whether there’s a bed or a crib, it’s great inspiration. SISSY + MARLEY have the black and white big kid room down to perfection.
I always love the wall libraries in the SISSY + MARLEY spaces. It’s wonderful when the books function as art.
But the black and white art wall is perfect as well.
I spy Oeuf, playforever, Lucky Boy Sunday and Lego!
Chock-full of our favorites, this space is oh so drool-worthy. Thanks for sharing Chelsea!
All photography by Marco Ricca.
We don’t usually tour big kid spaces, but as this one is in my own home, I’m making an exception.
The product sources are in the design board we published earlier, but take a look at how it all turned out!
The space isn’t “styled” just for the photos, this is just how we use the room on a daily basis– at least when it’s not a huge mess! The bed isn’t always made but this is what it looks like a few times a week.
One of our main problems upstairs is always book storage. We replaced a small bookshelf in the nursery with this hanging shelving system, but there STILL isn’t space for all the books. Also, stuffed animals are a problem. Every so often I try to get rid of some, but somehow more are always added to replace them. Ah well… always a work in progress.
We didn’t have room for the glider in this corner, so lucky me… it’s in my bedroom! This little reading corner works with a beanbag chair though.
Maybe one day I’ll clear out the clutter and photograph a more stylized version of the space, but for now, I hope you like the “real” Real Room Tour.