Nursery Tour: 8 Ideas For A Fresh, Modern, DIY NurseryCasi Densmore-Koon
I was so excited when Chloe wanted to share her nursery with us. A French illustrator based in San Francisco who blogs an open diary of design, fashion, travel, and now baby—along with all of the pretty things that tend to inspire your inner design bug. I’ve been a reader of her blog for awhile and my jaw dropped when I saw her oh-so-sweet baby’s bunnyland nursery. It’s perfection. I wish I could invite her over to spruce up my own room, she is so talented. I first fell in love with the white, blush pink, grey, and mint color palette and then I was enchanted by the DIY design elements throughout the space. It just seems so cozy and chic—a perfect place for a sweet little girl.
A Fresh, Modern and Feminine Nursery 1 of 9
The Perfect Palette 2 of 9
Chloe transformed half of her studio over the past few months and you can tell she had such fun doing it because it's just perfect. The white furniture looks amazing against the grey and blush pink with pops of mint throughout.
DIY Love 3 of 9
Chloe knitted the pompom pillows and, you won't believe it, but it was her first knitting project! She is a total natural. Along with the adorable pillows, she made the paper bunnies above the crib. I love the pattern that she created with the wall stickers too!
Buy the cloud pillow from Kokokoshop on Etsy for $48
Buy the triangle wall stickers from MUR for $25
Design It Yourself 4 of 9
Chloe has incorporated so many handmade aspects into the nursery, which I love. Knitting is a fun way to create your own design along with choosing the colors you want too! Check out her first knitted blanket. Isn't it so cute?
Buy the mint rug from Uraban Outfitters for $44
Buy the white faux sheepskin rug from Ikea for $10
Changing Table Style 5 of 9
How adorable are the cloud wooden hooks made by Chloe and inspired by these ones here. I love how that she really her own DIY stamp to the nursery. Organization and styling really makes this changing table a focal point, instead of just a regular changing table filled with stuff. And how about that adorable cloud maternity bag from Zara home? It is the little things that really complete this space.
Display the Goods 6 of 9
I love how these baby booties are displayed, almost like an extra touch of art. Displaying your favorite things around the room instead of hiding in closets or drawers is a great way to add special touches and show off the baby things that you love.
Buy similar booties from Needlheadcrafts on Etsy for $128
Simple Touches 7 of 9
The simple touches around the nursery make a big overall impact. Simple things like the baby tandem bike blanket and a sweet bunny doll are so cute and ever-so-delicate.
Buy a similar blanket from Little Hip Squeaks for $44
Paper Bunnies 8 of 9
You can buy the paper bunnies created for the nursery here. Chloe is known for her amazing custom orders, so if you need any decorations for your own nursery then make sure to email her!
Girly Details 9 of 9
All of the girly, feminine and just oh-so-sweet touches throughout the room make it so inviting. Who wouldn't love a sequin pillow in the nursery? Such sweet details for welcoming a little girl.
Want more? Get to know 25 things about Casi. Read more from Casi & the cupcake team on cupcakeMAG + cupcakeMAG Littles. Check out Casi’s lifestyle blog where she gives readers a glimpse into her personal life + behind the scenes of all the chaos, cupcake + co. For more updates, follow Casi on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest!
MORE FROM CASI ON BABBLE
- 15 Photos From A Weekend in New York City
- I Didn’t Breastfeed … 8 Reasons Why I Don’t Regret It
- Iviebaby: 7 Nursery Finds To Swoon Over