I know it has been a HOT MINUTE since I wrote a blog post. I have excuses (had a baby, things got crazy) but I’ve really truly missed writing and posting. So I’m back to making this a regular part of my life again! Yay.
Little miss Rosie is already 4.5 months old. It is downright offensive that I haven’t shared her beautiful boho nursery!
BOHO NURSERY DETAILS:
DELTA ASHER CRIB c/o | DELTA ASHER DRESSER | DELTA CHANGING PAD c/o | BOHO RUG | CHAIR | JUTE POUF | SIDE TABLE | LAMP | BOOKSHELF | CURTAINS | DESENIO WALL ART | LAUNDRY HAMPER | DIAPER PAIL | NANIT BABY MONITOR | MIRROR | NOOK CRIB MATTRESS
Rosie’s Bohemian Nursery
When I was thinking about the vibe for Rosie’s nursery, my main goal was to make it somewhere I would enjoy hanging out in the middle of the night. While night time feedings have dwindled, we still spend time together in the early morning hours!
Crib + Dresser
I wanted the room to feel soft and inviting. So I went with a bohemian nursery vibe, with gray furniture and mixed textures. I wanted different shades of wood to meld together seamlessly so it wouldn’t feel too matchy-matchy. The crib and dresser are a washed gray wood, while the side table and mirror are a honey brown. Sidney had a Delta crib and dresser, and I knew I wanted the same for Rosie. Her crib and dresser are both from the Delta Asher collection. They are so beautiful and have a fun country vibe. The color I picked for both is called Rustic Grey.
The Beauty of Delta convertible cribs is that they turn into a toddler bed, then a full sized bed! I love that it will grow with her. The dresser is also from the Asher collection and comes with an attachment for a changing pad. I chose the Delta changing pad with a plush removable cover in gray. Once Rosie gets bigger, the changing pad and topper can be removed and it will just be a timeless dresser.
More Nursery Details
A crisp white Montessori-style book shelf fits in a nice little nook, and it matches the white-framed floral art I picked for above the crib. Soft lavender curtains add a nice calm bit of color. The curtains aren’t completely black out, but do a good job of keeping most of the light out.
One of my favorite elements is the bohemian rug. I absolutely adore the shaggy diamond pattern. It truly brings the whole room together!
A question you might have is why I decided to go with a chair instead of a glider. Truthfully, I think nursing in a stationary chair is much more comfortable. I also like that a chair has more longevity than a glider. This one is perfectly tufted with nailhead trim. It is so comfy! Rosie can actually use this chair in her room some day!
I still have some art to hang, but I’m so happy with how the nursery turned out.
Thank you to Delta for gifting Rosie’s crib and changing pad. All other nursery elements were purchased by me.
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