May 13, 2014

A Nursery Design: A Calm Coral Oasis

As you all know, I love to design.  True confessions, sometimes when I'm idle I think about rooms belonging to my family members and friends and consider ways to decorate their spaces.  I'm crazy, I know! (but they still love me thankfully)

On that very note: the other day I was thinking about my sister and brother-in-law who recently bought a beautiful model home in Colorado.  I'm really ready for them to have a baby (no pressure guys but Addison needs a familial playmate for family gatherings...)  They have a great room upstairs that we call Addison's "guest room" that will morph perfectly into a nursery someday.  I know my sister loves the coral color right now, so why not throw together a little nursery inspiration board for that room??

So, Jenna and it is.  The nursery for your future baby girl (wink! wink!):

See guys, you don't even have to repaint!!  Here's a photo of the room we're working with - great light, beautiful white moulding/bead board starting at the plate rail level, and a really pretty green color (Sherman Williams Tupelo Tree) that can totally work with coral as a main accent color.

For your continued viewing pleasure, here are close-ups of the fabric that inspired the space...

So what do you think?  (Besides that I'm crazy...)  Should Jenna and Beau have a little girl so we can make this nursery design a reality?


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You are absolutely crazy sweet, Kristen Leigh! You might know that nonna would be first on record to cast a big "yes" vote for a new baby in our family. �� You could perhaps deliver as well!?! No pressure, my sweet girls ... all in God's good time!

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I get the feeling they will surprise all with twin boys, to help me at the ranch. GoPa.

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