Real Room Tour: Handmade Charm In the City

I discovered this gem of a nursery on flickr and its owner and decorator, Mary Church Cornette, was gracious to allow me to share the photos of this sweet space with you as our latest nursery tour!

With that daybed with the quilt and shams, this is not only a comfy nursery for a tired parent, it’s a space that is ready for a little girl to grow into.

I love seeing the Stokke Sleepi bassinet just ready for its tiny occupant, Ava Mae.

The Flensted Sheep Mobile has a great view of the city through this wonderful window.

There’s another mobile over the bassinet.  This one is a Flutter Mobile by made by mosey.  This one is perfect for above the bed because it’s designed to be viewed from below.  Keep that in mind when selecting a mobile to go over a crib.

The color of this wall is really speaking to me.  It’s bright yet calming and I love how it looks with the wood tones of the furniture.

I’m a big fan of the elephant and bear prints from Yaelfran.  Mary got her elephant head at mxyplyzyk (not a typo), but you can find it elsewhere as well.

The daybed is dressed with a skirt, quilt and shams from Pottery Barn and I have to direct your attention to that incredible cuckoo clock.

The ledges are populated with charming prints and softies.  The prints on the upper shelf are from ashleyg and how can you resist the gray bunny, owl, bear, and blue bunny?  The prints pictured below are by Mark Ryden.

This last mobile from Frazier and Wing is just perfect here because of the colors.

There is such an eclectic mix of items in this charming room and it all comes together perfectly.  You should really go through the pictures carefully to discover all the wonderful items Mary selected for this space.

Congratulations Mary and thank you for sharing this inspirational nursery.

(If you would like me to feature your nursery here as well, please drop a line to  I can’t wait to find the next real room tour!)

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