Making friends as an adult can be super hard. Luckily having a blog makes things a little easier. Last year while I was waiting for Hudson outside of his class a fellow mom (Hi Melissa!) was just leaving her mommy and me class and spotted me in the hallway. She was a blog reader and when she saw Hudson she knew it had to be me! We quickly became fast friends and when I found out she was pregnant I knew I had to design the nursery!
We are still in the process of finishing up the nursery, but all of the big design decisions have been done and here is a peek into the pattern play we are using in the space.
I’m in love with this mix that includes cantaloupe orange, jade green and pink. It’s going to be perfectly girly and as a mom of two boys I’m super excited to see come together!
The main inspiration point for this pattern play was the floral fabric. Sadly I picked it up at the Duralee outlet years ago and it’s no longer available. It’s this amazing chintz from England that for some reason was hanging out in the outlet. I promptly picked up the whole bolt without knowing what I would do with it. We are going to use it for roman shades.
We are going to be flanking the roman shades with the jade green checkered gingham that I’m obsessed with. It’s perfection.
The room will also have a day bed in it and we will be using the tweed look alike fabric in green and yellow for bolsters.
The striped fabric that perfectly coordinated with all of the colors we were using already is called Caribbean and we will be using it for accent pillows.
The arrow stripe in corn will also be used for accent pillows.
We wanted to add a bit of a modern touch so our final fabric is Vionnet by Jonathan Adler. Love the geometric/diamond pattern and the peeks of pink and orange!
Can’t wait to get this room photographed, but first we wait for the workroom to finish up all of the sewing.