Picture via Pintrest : Baby Space Interiors
I love the neutral color scheme used in this nursery. I used similar colors in Ashton’s room, which will be great for when its time to transform his room in a few years.
Designing a nursery can be challenging, expensive, and an overall headache. Trying to figure out how to design Aubri’s room has been on the back burner lately because I just couldn’t figure out a design plan that I was committed to. I felt like I didn’t want to make the room to girly, nor to gender neutral.
Well like we all do, I sorted to Pinterest to get a few ideas for layout, color schemes, and overall design plan. I have posted my top 4, and believe me I could have posted 100 after searching through Pinterest. I can not wait to reveal Aubri’s room, but in the meantime enjoy these cute rooms!
Picture via Pintrest
I am a sucker for chalkboards and chalkboard paint! If my husband would let me, I would definitely have a chalkboard wall in my house. I already have Aubri’s chalkboard ready and set up with her arrival date, and Ashton has a framed chalkboard in his room.
Picture via Pintrest: Eclectically Vintage
This room is very girly, and but I love all the white! I just can’t imagine keeping that clean realistically with two kids. Ashton has a cream chair in his room and surprisingly it only has one stain on it (for now).
Picture via Pintrest: Designinvogue.com
Modern in my opinion is always the way to go! This nursery is so sleek, and those floors are to die for.
When it comes to styling a nursery, my rule of thumb is to buy furniture that will last and grow with the child. This will save you money in 5 years when its time to turn their nursery into a big kids room. All of Ashton’s furniture came from Restoration Hardware Baby and Child, and then I saved money on accessories, decor, and lighting.
Check out Ashton’s nursery reveal here!