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Today, I’m revealing Rumi’s nursery mood board and sharing how we updated the space from home office/guest room/library to nursery, showcasing minimalist kitchen goods from Etsy, and showing you 7 stylish ways to display houseplants. Let’s go!
1. Rumi’s Moody & Modern Nursery Design
Friends, this is what I’ve learned: Shooting spaces when you have a baby with nap time during good day light hours is incredibly tough lol. Until I can get to take photos of Rumi’s nursery that I’m happy with, here is a preview of what it looks like! You may recognize this space as our former home office/guest room/library. After she was born, it was the only space in the house we could easily convert to a nursery so that is exactly what we did!
We swapped the desks for a Facebook Marketplace dresser which we spray painted black (it was originally white). A little antique gold Rub’n’Buff on the handles took them from bronze to beautiful. We also brought in a rocking chair and crib, both from Facebook Marketplace too. Et voila! The nursery was ready! It turns out dark green is a wonderful wall colour to create a cozy space for a baby so we kept the walls as is: the paint colour is Benjamin Moore In the Garden from their Aura collection- I highly recommend both colour and paint!
What do you think?
SHOP THE NURSERY
2. Best of Etsy: Minimalist Kitchen Style
Minimalist design will always have my heart, first and foremost. Clean, simple lines and neutral tones can elevate any kitchen and these are some of my picks for well-designed, beautifully made minimalist kitchen goods!
SHOP MINIMALIST KITCHEN GOODS
3. 7 Stylish Ways to Display Houseplants!
This is one of the most popular posts on the blog and for good reason! I’m always searching for home inspiration involving plants and I think these 7 images will show you they can fit into any house in any decor style! Read the post here.
Your feedback is always welcome!
Until next Friday,