In case you missed my big nursery reveal last week with Project Nursery, here it is. I am beyond thrilled to have had the honor of working with PN on this amazing collaboration. Our new room feels so serene and the kids absolutely love it. I honestly thought we would have to move once I found out I was having our third baby, but thanks to Project Nursery we recreated a gorgeous room all three of my kids can share. I spoke with Melisa from Project Nursery during an event one night and she seemed certain to have ideas to solve my problems. After a few visits from her, and furniture recommendations we were on our way!
We started off with the idea to bring in perch wood as opposed to the dark wood that was currently in the room. This created space and lit up the room immediately. The handcrafted crib and changing table with a built in “nightlight” are from Numinumi Design. I simply adore Numinumi’s modern children’s furniture because they are beyond unique and make such statement pieces. Next we needed a sleep space for the older kids to share and we decided on the Oeuf Bunk Beds that I have been eying since they hit stores years ago.
Once we had our two major pieces of furniture and places to sleep for the three, we decided to have fun decorating the rest. We brought in works of art by Tamar Mogendorff another obsession of mine, as I was determined to have the deer head hanging somewhere in our apartment. For bedding we chose Dwell Studio for the crib and Land Of Nod decorative pillows for Ryder and Siella’s beds. Elks and Angels white shorn rugs are lining the floors and work as great as playmats for the kids and baby. We decided to add decals to one of the walls giving it depth and texture. And for storage we chose Serena & Lily baskets.
This makeover is so ideal for families that want to stay in the city (like us) but have a tight space and just want to make it work. If it weren’t for Melisa’s brilliant insight, we might be looking for houses in the burbs right now. I adore where we live in Battery Park City and never want to leave this community, and because of this room transformation, I think I bought us at least another five years!
Thank you Melisa and Project Nursery, I am forever grateful for this! To read my entire article on PN click here.
SITC was not compensated for this post but did receive some of the pieces/products for this purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are my own.