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A Gray Safari Nursery.


A Gray Safari Nursery.

Michelle Pulman

This past week I've been helping my friend, Lynn, design a calm, gray and white nursery for her baby boy. Living in New York City and converting an office/guest room into a nursery is always a challenge, but I think we were able to come up with some really great ideas using pieces of furniture she already owns and a few accents to round out the space. Her only requests were that we:

See below for two designs I put together, along with a source list for each. Which is your favorite?!

Option 1: Simple gray and white safari nursery:

Design sources: Crib: Pottery Barn; Dresser: Ikea; Glider: Monte Luca; Rug: Serena & Lily; Pillows: Alegria Home (here and here); Lamp: Serena & Lily; Changing Pad: Keekaroo Peanut; Wall Art: The Animal Print Shop; Sconces: Pottery Barn; Wall Shelves: West Elm; Bunny: Jellycat

Option 2: Sleek gray and white nursery with pops of blue and gold:

Design sources: Crib: Pottery Barn; Dresser: Ikea; Glider: Monte Luca; Rug: Serena & Lily; Ottoman: Overstock (nuLOOM); Pillows: Pottery Barn; Blanket: Lulu & Georgia; Changing Pad: Keekaroo Peanut; Wall Art: The Animal Print Shop; Sconces: Serena & Lily; Wall Shelves: West Elm; Mounted Elephant: Serena & Lily; Bunny: Jellycat