Taryn, of the blog Design, Dining + Diapers, designed this gender neutral nursery around birds and trees to create a peaceful space for her little one.
The birds and trees decal combination is a very popular, and wonderfully impactful, focal point. Taryn fell in love with the Madison Crib from Eden Baby, and I’m surprised that this is the first time I’ve seen this crib in a nursery. I actually photographed it last year at ABC Kids Expo and think Eden Baby designs are an interesting option at a reasonable price point.
The birdhouse in the corner is an adorable detail in the room. It was a craft store purchase that was spray painted white. Who knew those craft supplies could look so chic?
Now, I haven’t been to Pier 1 for a long time, so I had no idea that they sold cute plush toys like the gray owl! He’s totally awesome, and the bird is perfect in this room as well. You can get one of the bird pillows from The Land of Nod.
The most wonderfully original idea in this room is the birch branches that Taryn picked up at a craft store and uses as a nightlight. Functional and beautiful! And the frames are custom made fabric art.
The biggest splurge in the nursery was the Charleston Upholstered Convertible Rocker from Pottery Barn Kids. It looks perfect in this comfy reading nook.
Notice the little extra branch detail by the window… so cute!
Finally, the mobile was a DIY project and ties the entire space together.
Thank you so much Taryn for sharing the photos of this sweet room!
If you want to see more about this nursery, visit Taryn’s nursery reveal post. There are so many creative and inspirational ideas in this room, you’ll want to know more of the details. Also, check out the blog Design, Dining + Diapers for more of Taryn’s home decorating projects.
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