Are you guys ready? Because we’re about to dive head first into nursery heaven. I know it’s wrong to be jealous of an unborn baby, but scrap the crib for a queen bed and I’m fairly certain I could live here myself. It’s calming and soothing and the perfect place to begin one’s life. Captured by Canary Grey and designed by Style-Architects, there’s a full gallery with a whole lot more!
From Style Architects… Since the couple doesn’t know if they are having a boy or a girl, they wanted their nursery to be gender neutral. The majority of the rooms in this house are a neutral color palette so the owners kept the nursery soft and clean.
Art above the crib – the couple chose a travel theme for the nursery and fell in love with these prints from Rifle Paper Co. The mobile was hamdmade made in peru from BlaBla Kids. And the crib bedding worked perfectly thanks to Pottery Barn Kids.
Since the room is small, they decided to make the dresser into a changing table. The shelves above will store favorite bed time books. The streamers on the wall were made by the team at Style-Architects as a way to welcome the baby home from the hospital! The little cart below the streamers is from Ikea. They plan on filling that with essentials (diapers, wipes, blankets, etc) and wheeling that around the house to whatever room they’re nesting in with baby.
Christina and Craig selected the coziest glider they could find – fabric is a plush grey corduroy. Throw pillows on chair are from Prime & Polish. Zoe (their dog) is going to be in for quite a shock once Baby Sandok arrives – she currently gets all of the attention!
Photography: Canary Grey Photography | Styling: Style-Architects | House: President + Creative Director Of Style-Architects/Brand-Architects, Christina Holm-Sandok