This is baby #3 for us and most likely our last so we decided to savor our last little bundle and make his nursery extra special. I knew I wanted a relaxing almost vintage white nursery with small touches of color (pink or blue) depending on what we were having. It turned out exactly as I hoped!
A dreamy almost vintage white nursery was my hope for our third baby. I knew I wanted to use special keepsake items from both my childhood and my husband’s no matter the sex of the baby. A grey and white color combination was the perfect base in creating the calm atmosphere I craved. This being our third child I wanted a serene place for the two of us to connect and enjoy -- away from the hustle and bustle of a house full of giggles and two-year old temper tantrums. I wanted to keep the nursery simple yet full of special personal details.
The bedding was just an idea I had in my head and my friend Debbie made it happen. Her super sewing skills are pretty incredible. I wanted white, ruffles, storybook crib skirt and subtle softness to define the look and feel of the nursery. I sure do feel at peace in this special space. The touches of color came after we decided to find out the sex of baby 3. Debbie Park owns Cottage and Cabin and sells handmade nursery linens. She not only does exquisite work but is the sweetest lady around.
It is my new favorite place in the whole house and I feel super loved that Chris let me go bananas on a project all by myself. He moved and painted furniture without complaint and let me nest til my heart was content. A true gift for a girl's last hoorah.
Love you my sweet babe.