Mood board: Part I

Mood board: Part I

I have a feeling I will be doing a lot of these, seeing as I love to decorate and plan! Part of the non-stressful part of adoption is getting the nursery ready! I love color and an assortment of decor, which I realize our baby will be overly stimulated! I’ve been on countless blogs looking for ideas. I don’t mind the matching Pottery Barn look, but my husband and I are very much eclectic and inspired by vintage. I wanted a bit of a modern look mixed with the old. I have been a follower of Girl’s Gone Child for some time now and I am absolutely in love with her twins nursery! That’s where I was inspired to stand out and not be afraid of a room with a bit of color, mixed patterns, various knick-knacks and walls full of art. I put together a mood board to stay focused on what I’m trying to accomplish. We are on  a bit of a budget, so we are looking for good finds and a FEW splurges! 

Here we go: Mood Board part I

1. Keys Console: I really want to find an old dresser (like the look of this one) to repaint and have a little fun with. Perhaps put on mismatched knobs?!

2. IKEA Gulliver Crib: There are SO many cribs to choose from, but you can’t beat this price. For $99.00 you have a modern and cute crib for the babe.

3. Urban Outfitters Zigzag rug: I have this rug in black/white and I love it! I guess I might just need another one for the nursery!

4. Gingerber Fine Art Prints: I am in love with this Etsy shop! I originally saw her work at this year’s Kid’s market in LA. The prints are fabulous, playful and divine!  

5. Pillows by Pillow Throw Decor and The Fabricate: I love the idea of different textured and colored pillows! I might even have to make a few of my own! 


There you have it! What do you think so far? This is way too much fun!!


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  • Flo

    I love it Lidy! your baby will be happy with such beautiful place! And he/she will feed of from your mood when you go into the room (which will be happy because already looks like you are doing a GREAT job! hehe) I know you will be adding more stuff as the wonderful date approaches when you get to hold that precious baby in your arms. just make sure it is comfortable for you (since it will be you bending and using the furniture for the first year or so, until your baby figures how to open/close doors. but that’s another story) and that it can grow with your child.
    So exited to see the finished room!


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