I have a fabulous treat for you this morning. One of my readers emailed me a few weeks ago showing off some pictures of her little boy's nursery. My first reaction? Holy crap. I love it. I knew y'all would love it as much as I do and I immediately begged her to share more pictures.
Here's a little bit about Casey and her family and how she designed baby Grady's Nursery.
Danny and I met at Virginia Tech, and now live in an historic home in Hamilton, Virginia with our French Bulldog, Clyde and newest addition baby Grady. The house was built in 1890 (it was actually the old milinary, hat shop). and is full of character, but small on space when it came to the nursery. This meant that I would have to focus on picking items that were useful, but were charming. There was no theme in mind, I just went with items that were mainly vintage and things that I would want to hold onto for a long time. I work at a great antique store, Lucketts, which really allowed me to gather things as I went along and all the dealers were super great in keeping Grady in mind! The color is a soft grey, which happens to be in all the bedrooms in the house. It helps everything flow. Everything in the room is either gifted, thrifted or purchased on a budget. My biggest splurge was the crown light, which is my favorite item!
Crib: Jenny Lind, Amazon
Bedding and white frames: Pottery Barn
Mobile: Layla Grace
Bulldog Print: Sugarboo
Closet wallpaper: Anthropologie
Crown light: Shades of Light
Penguin Print: Downloaded from Brooklyn Limestone
Dresser, bookshelf,accessories, books and toys: Lucketts Store. www.luckettstore.com
Link from my nursery blog post in case it helps: