Hi there! It’s Joni, from Lay Baby Lay. I’m excited to share some nurseries created in collaboration with the Land of Nod for the fall catalog. I love creating inspiration for new and expecting moms looking for ways to make meaningful and imaginative spaces for their little ones, and for these boards I pulled mostly from the beautiful new fall collection, and the Land of Nod team put together the rooms to photograph. It is so fun seeing the designs come to life, and I hope you are inspired to translate some of these ideas into your home!
First up, is the Baby Bear nursery.
This room has a taste of adventure and the outdoors, but still feels clean and bright. The whites in the pillows, shelving, lighting and other details add a bit of polish to keep it from feeling too rustic.
Sources: (1) Adventure a Day Banner; (2) Hanging Around Lamp, White; (3) Overcast Wall Shelf; (4) Aloha Ukelele; (5) Vintage Postcard; (6) Car Love; (7) California Pennant; (8) Black Brimfield Crib; (9) Green Squirrel hook; (10) Blue Bear Hook; (11) Campsite Nightlight; (12) Two Ring Table Lamp Base; (13) Ellipse Dresser; (14) Cinema Floor Lamp; (15) Bear Pillow; (16) Orange Arrow Bedding; (17) Streamline Metal Nightstand; (18) Backpacking Banner; (19) Lattice Floor Bin; (20) Numbers Pouf; (21) Green Patina Rug; (22) Where the Heart Is Map
And here is the room, all put together:
I love the rich green pops of color, and all the camping artwork is just perfect. Don’t be afraid to mix wood tones; the black in the spindle crib and the rich walnut of the dresser pair well together. Everything doesn’t have to match, and the space will have a more custom feel when you mix finishes.
I love the simple and graphic bedding. It keeps the traditional spindle crib feeling a bit more modern. Adding in collected vintage treasures, like the green children’s books, hand me down baby boots, and postcard mementos make the space unique and special.
This palette will work great for a girl or a boy room, so this is excellent inspiration if you are waiting to find out the gender, or if you would prefer a less frilly space for your girl!
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.