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.
Chelsea, (aka Sissy) of the design team at SISSY + MARLEY, has just completed the transformation of her almost 5 year old son Sebastian’s room. The room is right on trend with the black and white and features SISSY + MARLEY’s Lucky Star Wallpaper. It also reflects Sebastian’s love of Legos and Superheros in a beautiful and sophisticated way. I LOVE it!!
I’m already sold on black and white, but this space is executed to perfection. Thanks for sharing, Chelsea!
All photography by Marco Ricca.
We saw Jessica’s nursery board a few weeks ago, and today she’s giving us the grand tour of the completed space!
Planning our second nursery for our baby boy who is expected any day now was very different than the first time around. This time it was all about making the room practical, something he could grow into and something that was easy to keep clean and organized. I was really surprised at how quickly our older child needed a “big boy room” and was thankful that his room was easy to transition that way. While I love a few very babyish touches and subtle themes can be nice, they can definitely limit you when it comes time for your toddler to transition to a bigger bed and when it’s time to incorporate his or her interests.
I think I struck a nice balance between having a modern room that feels like it’s for a baby and a room that will grow with our son.
I’ve been inspired by a lot of the gorgeous black and white nurseries I’ve seen around lately, but knew that I wanted color this time around.
I found a few key pieces like the cloud garland and the pillows from Juniper Wilde and allowed myself the freedom to build the room simply using things I loved. I’m usually more of a planner than that, but this time, I think it worked out well.
The room is a peaceful, calming and serene space with some fun playful touches. I love the industrial and modern style pieces that we’ve incorporated and can’t wait to raise our son here.
I’m sharing some details about my inspiration and thoughts on the room process on my blog as well.
Paint color: Valspar Lake Breeze
Painting: Certapro Painters of the Northwest Metro. Steve and Amy were fantastic to work with!
Babyletto Modo Crib with grey bottom. I painted our espresso Modo bottom but you can purchase the crib with grey on the bottom here as well.
Yellow striped crib sheet
Eames style rocking chair—I actually purchased one on Amazon but can’t find the link.
DwellStudio Myles Glider in charcoal
Nyvoll Dresser/changing table
Turquoise cart for swaddles and shoes
White industrial stool
Grey aden+anais bamboo changing pad cover
Black round captain’s mirror
Moon tassel mobile from Minnesota-based Splendid Supply Co. on Etsy
5-day forecast cloud garland. Sadly, the one we have is sold out and I LOVE it. But this one is a close second.
You are my Sunshine print
Rainy cloud custom color print
Wall mounted whale bought from Target but painted white. This one would be amazing as well!
Book and wall ledges
Be Awesome Today print
Be silly, be honest, be kind print
Raccoon screen print
Geometric circle print
Yellow wooden camera by Twig Creative
“Goodnight” cloud and mountain pillows
Whale pillow: A gift from Amber, Nick, Ramona and Beckett from Wills Casa! Love!
Star stickers on ceiling. I don’t love these in our room and may take them down, but they have looked great in other people’s rooms.
Roman shades were a Pottery Barn-esque DIY using inexpensive blackout roman shades and ribbon.
Metal spheres from Home Goods. I painted an orange one yellow, but the other two colors are available at most Home Goods stores now.
Be sure to check out Jessica’s post on her blog for more photos! The room looks perfect Jessica! I can’t wait for the little one to come home and enjoy it.
From the design duo at Little Crown Interiors, this modern lime green nursery is simple, but super stylish. Bright pops of lime green, a patterned rug and fun wallpaper are the perfect accessories for the sculptural furniture pieces that include the Maclaren (Netto Collection) Louis Crib and Dresser (now discontinued), a mid-century side table and a beautiful Eames Lounge with Ottoman.
With a patterned wallpaper, Little Crown Interiors’ Wood Wall Heart is a simple graphic art piece on the statement wall.
I love how the room has neutral, natural feel with a distinctly feminine flair.
The room is equally comfortable for both mom and dad… and apparently the dog as well!
I’m so happy that Laura chose to share the photos of her baby Sebastian’s nursery with me! Just scroll through these photos are you’ll see why I’m so excited.
Inspired by Animals wallpaper from Minkani Lab, this bright, creative room was a labor of love. Unfortunately, Minikani wallpaper is all but impossible to acquire in the US, so this resourceful mama scaled the design in Photoshop and painted it as a mural on the wall. While the project took 40 hours (!), I think you’ll agree that it was worth her efforts.
The furniture in the room is the Baby Mod Olivia collection and storage is thanks to Ikea’s Expedit, which is customized with legs to match the crib and dresser. I also love seeing the Modern Geometric Crib Quilt from Barbara Perrino in this space.
Opposite the mural, this wall with the colorful bunting and library is almost as fun.
Sebastian is a lucky little boy with all the fun toys and accessories his mom has collected for him.
He’ll also really enjoy selecting books on his front facing wall bookshelf.
This room would simply not be the same without the colorful display of books.
Thank you Laura for sending these amazing photos. This is a room filled with love and awaiting all the adventures that come with a new baby boy!
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SISSY + MARLEY‘s nursery designs are usually aspirational, but with a view like that, this one it truly at the top… literally!
While the design of this elegant modern nursery is subtle and sophisticated, the room is actually overrun with a menagerie. It’s hard to count up just how many animals decorate the space, especially if you include the elephants in the Baby Elephant Walk wallpaper.
Another reason I find this nursery exciting is it’s use of ducduc furnishings. It’s hard to find photos of these pieces used very often, but this nursery features an Austin Bookshelf…
and a Morgan 4 Drawer Dresser.
SISSY + MARLEY really know how to find all the most beautiful and luxurious pieces and bring them all together. Congratulations on another phenomenal job. Daniel is a lucky little man who seems to be starting life with the best of everything.
All photography by Marco Ricca.