5 Timeless Nurseries

February 26, 2014 at 5:14 AM 3 comments

Now that I’m almost 16 weeks along, the nursery does cross my mind every now and then.  Okay, okay – it’s on my mind all the time.

Today, I thought I’d share some nursery classics that have stood the test of time and remained mine and everyone else’s favorites, even though most of the babies these nurseries were made for are no longer babies.  These nurseries are kind of like the “Domino” of nurseries – no matter how many years later, the rooms still feel relevant.

1. Erika Powell of Urban Grace’s nursery for her daughter –

wideangleA part of what makes this room are the fabulous vintage pieces that she collected such as the lamps and the ceiling fixture.  I also love the custom bedding and the stripe on the leading edge tape of the drapes.

2: Elements of Style Reader

f9394902d75aa88e9a938d7e8e572bd5I don’t know the back story here if the Elements of Style reader was a designer or one talented momma but I’m loving the mix of prints, colors and textures and that big comfy white sofa.

3. Domino Magazine

c20bc9df579ffc028d5cdda5fc03c92bOne of my classic favorite nurseries came straight out of the pages of Domino Mag all those years ago.  I’ll never tire of that petite striped chair, the butterfly roman and the bold pink rug.  Mix it up!

4. Jennifer Delonge

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Isn’t this the nursery you just dream of having?  The drapes and valance with apple green trim are what really do it for me.  That, and the fabulous David Hicks daybed.  Lucky baby!  Can I move in?

5.  Lesueur Interiors Nursery

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Megan’s son’s nursery is timeless with the classic faux bamboo armoire, the deep ink walls and the fabulous weathered antique rug, which all ties beautifully with his crisp white bedding.

How do you like my top five all time favorite nurseries?  It was hard to narrow it down.  Are there any that you would add?  Which one would you pick?

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Ashley  |  February 26, 2014 at 6:13 AM

    I don’t know if I could pick 5, but I can assure you that 2 of my faves are definitely Meg Lonergan’s and Erika Powell’s–and both feature painted Jenny Lind cribs. I guess I know what I like!

    Given how pretty Josie’s nursery is, I can’t wait to see what you work up for this baby! (no pressure or anything!)

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  • 2. deborah moore manning  |  February 26, 2014 at 6:52 AM

    Oh, Kate, each one is unique and luscious in it’s own way. . . and have they EVER stood the test of time: Classic!
    I love the saying on the last one and I love the huge windows in most of them; mostly I can feel, just FEEL the love in all of them and that transcends even design.

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  • 3. Aimee  |  February 26, 2014 at 7:11 AM

    I love the use of the Christian Chaise “Praia Piquina” photo in that last (navy) room. Beautiful!

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