The week Andrew and I found out that I was pregnant, I received this email:
“My husband and I are expecting our first little one in March. I am interested in your services for helping us create a nursery here in our home…So far, I have a handful of ideas and fabric swatches, but that’s about all…”
What timing! I met with Jess shortly after she sent her email and we started working on a design plan for their little girl’s nursery. Jess originally was leaning towards a pink and green color scheme, but she ended up changing her mind to purple and gray. (Believe it or not, she made the color switch on her own!) Jess and Jason were such a pleasure to work with, and it was really fun for me to create a purple nursery, especially during my own pregnancy.
They had a great space to start with; we just needed to transform it in order to accommodate their new arrival. Here are a few before pictures:
And the after (photos by Beth Furgurson Photography):
The inspiration for the room started with the purple and gray bedding (from Pottery Barn Kids).
The purple color in the bedding is a unique purple, and I found a perfect match to it in the fabric we used for the window treatments. The embroidered modern floral design was a soft and playful addition to the nursery.
The beautiful window treatments were fabricated by Christine of Iron Gate Interiors.
Jess found these adorable pom poms on Etsy ~ Bell Bloom Design. To complete the color scheme, we brought in a few pops of aqua to use as an accent color throughout the nursery.
The dahlia wall flowers are also from Esty ~ Bed Buggs Boutique.
Barden’s Decorating painted and meticulously stenciled the room.
We also added an armoire to the room for extra storage.
Congratulations Jess and Jason on the arrival of your sweet little girl, I hope she’s enjoying her new room!
º What is your favorite part of the nursery?