Post by Joni of Lay Baby Lay.
This nursery from the fall catalog is a bit more girly. It’s pink, but sophisticated at the same time, and pink and aqua tones make such a happy pairing. Here is the inspiration we started with for “Candy Kisses”:
Hangin’ Around Lamp / Heart Print / Ice Cream / Owl Always Love You Print / Juju Hat / Hedgehogs in Love Poster / Brass Unicorn, vintage / Bowtie Print / Surprise Party Bedding / White Elemental Crib /Bonjour Heart Pillow / Modern Cube Lamps / Pink Zero Gravity Shelves / Chromatic Pink Dresser / Multiplayer Wall Hook / Chalkboard Globe / Turquoise Half Shell Rug / Retro Rocker / Neon Nighstand / Color Weave Toy Box
And below is how the room came together. I think this one may be my favorite, but it’s so hard to choose! The Nod team did such a fantastic job of taking the inspiration and creating these spaces!
It’s so happy and bright! Those acrylic shelves steal the show, and that nightstand is just gorgeous.
I also love this white elemental crib; it’s very clean and minimal and really lets the bedding shine. How sweet is that pink balloon quilt? It feels like an heirloom, and is something I could see being passed down to the next generation. The brass unicorn is also such a fun touch. One of a kind vintage finds can really add a lot of personality and charm, and I love including animals in children’s spaces.
This pillow reminds me of a piece of candy – so perfect (it goes with the adorable confectionary bedding for big girls)! It also ties in well with the turquoise rug, which adds just the right amount of pattern. This room is a great example of how you can use pink in a nursery without making it too frilly. It’s also perfect inspiration for a toddler room or big girl room, too – it would easily grow with baby and be easy to transition!
Joni Lay is the author of nursery decor blog Lay Baby Lay. She began writing and curating in 2011 shortly after the birth of her first baby as a place to provide fresh and unique nursery inspiration with a little dose of motherhood experience on the side. The blog is her creative outlet and it is her hope to inspire others to create spaces for their families and little ones that are full of imagination, color, and delight and also be a place of encouragement in the crazy but wonderful journey of having babies and watching them grow.