Please enjoy today's room tour from Alexis Bednyak!
I know – call me crazy, but when I found out my second child was going to be another girl I immediately knew I wanted to go out of the normal girls color palette and try to do a blue nursery.
Everyone doubted me until I stumbled upon the drapery fabric. It was MADE for me. It is youthful and fun without being frilly. It also incorporated this teal and coral that ended up making for a fun and unexpected color scheme in the room.
I was trying to go for an understated wall treatment in this space since my other daughter’s room was pattern heavy, so I had my painter do a tone on tone, horizontal, wide-stripe. It’s subtle but makes a HUGE impact in the room.
We upholstered the sides of the crib and the canopy with some amazing coordinating fabrics for an added touch. With some sketches we framed from one of my favorite Etsy artists and the requisite adorable kids rocker, the space ends up being so cheery and sweet and is undoubtedly her favorite place to spend time.
Wall Paint: Benjamin Moore Atrium White Flat + Semigloss for Tone on Tone Stripes
Prints: Gingiber (http://shop.gingiber.com/)
Rocker: Land of Nod
Carpet: Stark Carpet
Valance: Custom by Spruce Interiors (http://www.spruceinteriors.net/) in Schumacher Fabric
Pillow: Jonathan Adler
Crib: Duduc NYC
Crib Canopy: Schumacher Fabric
Nursery Bath Wallcovering: Clarke and Clarke Globetrotter
Toadstool: Schumacher Fabrics
Doll: Mini Boheme (http://www.miniboheme.com/)
All photos by Alysaa Rosenheck