Today's nursery was designed by event and wedding planner Kristin of Fabulous Fete for her son. This rooms has a classic traditional East Coast vibe with a punch of drama from the fabulous rug - a la Mary McDonald. Don't you love the added monogram on the roman shade too? There is so much attention to detail in this room you can tell she has a designer's eye when planning weddings.
1- What was the inspiration for your room?
I love monograms and wanted a baby nursery with a monogram but one that doesn't look to childish or children's themed.
2 - What was the first piece that your purchased for the room?
The antique colored engraving of children playing. I found it on eBay and knew that it would go in a child's nursery, it didn't matter if it was a boy or girls room.
3 - What is your favorite aspect of the room?
The rug and drapes.
4 - Now that your room is complete, what would your change or do differently if you could?
I'd get a different chest, now we have a dark coffee colored chest instead of the white chest. The white chest was so old that it was hard to open the drawers with one hand! I also might get a rug made from different materials or weave. The rug has a lot of link that comes off when the baby plays and the lint gets on his toys and on us when we sit on the floor.
Please share some of your sources with our readers:
Rug - Pottery Barn (not Pottery Barn Kids) found on eBay
Drapes - Blackout navy drapes from Pottery Barn Kids
White Roman Shades - Pottery Barn
Drape Rods - Restoration Hardware
Lighting - Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
Crib - Stanley Young America Isabella Crib
Crib Bumpers - Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
Changing Table - Bratt Decor
Crib Sack, Tissue Box, Pillow on Chair - Leontine Linens
Side Table near glider - family antique
Glider - Little Castle
Thank you Kristin for sharing this room with our readers!