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These days as we stick close to home many families are re-evaluating their living spaces. As we sit longer in a chair binging Netflix or sit around the dining room table – we can't help take note of spots that aren't quite as comfy as we thought they were. We also have a desire to make our spaces work better. The nursery is one space in the home YouthfulNest strives to guide our clients to be comfortable and functional.
With all the hours we spend in the nursery comfy isn't just a physical feeling but also a visual one. Your eyes take in your environment and you internalize what you see. So soft or muted colors are often recommended for a more calming space for babe and parents.
Our recent partnership with Project Nursery takes into consideration all aspects of setting up the nursery. This southern charmer of a nursery has all that. Comfort, beauty, and functionality. Designed by YouthfulNest designer Caitriona Boyd for Morgan Bullard – this is one mama who is sitting pretty and comfy.
The Nesting is Real.
With the Mini E-design service, exclusively sold on Project Nursery, we helped Morgan build out her vision. The rose bloom Eddie wallpaper sold in the Project Nursery shop stole Morgan's heart. It was this floral print that inspired the rest of the room.
Like many clients, Morgan had been collecting lots of room inspiration and product ideas to share with her designer. Now, how to narrow all those down and where to place them in the room was where she got stuck.
In order to give her our best recommendation products and their placement we sponsored an additional service of a 2D Floor Plan. (Available for purchase on our website.)
You might notice that not all the products match up from Caitriona's design to Morgan's finished room look. This is totally o.k.! Sometimes as a client starts installing a room you realize that due to budget, space, and timing there's a need to switch things up. We've had clients borrow an item from another room in their home or buy a more affordable décor pillow. Even add more storage than they thought they needed.
A Few of Our FAvorite Things.
Can we talk about this Eddie wallpaper? Its large frilly rose blooms held a secret that this mama wasn't sharing. Now that we see her baby girl's name in large scripted letters we can't help but smile at her cleverness.
Now, this Kiwi glider is not just high-class it is also high-tech. It reclines at the touch of a button and raises a built-in footrest to support your weary feet. It is a place to rest and recharge your body and with a built-in USB port, it recharges your phone at the same time. Taking form and function to a whole new level. ( Oh, yeah it swivels too.)
Juxtaposed to the modern-day glider is the Million Dollar Baby Abigail convertible crib in all its vintage styling glory. This timeless crib brings in all the romantic vibes but suits a boy or girl baby nursery.
We can't overlook all those details around the room that bring things together. Just take note of the changing area. Mom's set up with an area that is charming and functional with those Pink Tassel and Pom Pom bins and that Seagrass Changing Basket.
All these items can be shopped on Project Nursery.
BEFORE & AFTER
Virtual Room Tour
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