minimalist shared nursery

December 29, 2017 0 Comments

minimalist shared nursery

 After our son was born, we wanted to create a space that would be functional. We never considered having an exclusive nursery as functional. I wanted a comfy place to rest my head on those sleepless nights of cluster feeding and a place where my toddler can rest her head in the late afternoons too. Being a stay at home mother means that most of your time is spent making sure your children are comfortable. If that's serving them lunch of their favorite plate or their drink their favorite sippy cup. For us, it's about our humble abode being inviting and warm.

My favorite part about having this room in our home is all the uses it receives. This room is a space everyone can appreciate, even guests! The dresser was a fun project that I did while nine months pregnant. I bought an old dresser on Craigslist and after three coats of paints and new handles it was perfect. Aside from loving the look of this room, I love the memories created here. It's a great reminder that every family has their own way of setting up rooms upon the arrival of their littles one.

Apparel: Fin & Vince

Rug: RugsUSA

Dresser: Craigslist find

Bed frame: AllModern

Bedding: The Company Store

Floor Cushion: Land of Nod

Chalkboards: Chalk Full of Design

Bassinet: Design Dua

Throw Pillows: Target

Bead Toy: Ikea