This sweet botanical inspired nursery is so pun-fully wonderful we are completely smitten with its originality and style. Going with the greenery inspired nursery trend, we wanted to showcase our adorable Lemon and Lace Baby Bedding and make a lemonade worthy nursery design. With a sweet blush background in the fabric, and on the walls, it's the perfect backdrop for pops of color and unexpected decor.
I knew the second I saw these glass globes at World Market they needed to be in a nursery. The succulent trend is going strong, and with its pop of color, and zero maintenance (can you imagine having to water plants in a nursery AND feed the baby, no thanks! LOL), these round balls of style worked perfectly in this overall room design.
Simple DIY: The glass globes didn't come with the faux succulents inside. We purchased an assortment of different styles, moss, and cactus' and mixed them all together for a succulent garden on the wall. I also think it would be adorable to use these for other styles of nurseries, like floral nursery design (put different types of flowers in them), or even a nautical style nursery (with different nautical items in each ball) - you get the idea. :-)
The boho style faded rug was also from World Market. We layered it with a soft and fluffy faux fur rug, and spent less than $200 total on the floor! The curtains (love, love, LOVE the ruffle trim - it adds a feminine touch to the otherwise masculine and rich gray color) and the wall shelves are also from the same store. I'm not sure if the shelves are meant to be hung like we did, but I think the modern feel of them really helps with the overall style of the room. And of course, we had to add a few garden and botanical elements to the shelves to tie the design altogether.
Going along with the garden nursery inspo, we decided to hang one of our custom wall tapestries over the dresser. I love how the saying "grow where you are planted" relates to the style of the room, and also applies to the little person that will be inhabiting the room very soon. We hung a simple strand of twinkle lights (battery operated) and we just hid the switch in the storage basket on the side of the dresser. Its low light would be perfect as a night light, and I love how it illuminates the wall decor. Y'all... those wall tapestries are just PERFECT for any nursery design, they are inexpensive, easy to move around, and you can personalize it with your kiddos name!?! Does it get better than that?
It's all about the details! Great design is unexpected, inspired, and collected. What started with the adorable lemon and lace crib sheet and baby bedding, all came together in this adorable garden and botanical-inspired nursery that can grow with the baby girl for years to come! Don't be afraid to mix different styles of furniture too! The crib is definitely more modern with its natural wood, platform style design, and clean lines... but the dresser is more whitewashed, a little vintage looking (perfect for the garden aspect of the room), and the simplistic white chair coordinates with both.
We used the wicker in the baskets, a fun woven throw, and few other modern accents as the finishing touches! We'd love to see what kind of garden, botanical, or greenery inspired nursery you come up with! Don't forget to shop our entire collection of floral baby bedding and crib sheets - the possibilities are endless for your dream nursery design.