My new favorite nursery design choice? Wallpaper. We're seeing it in sweet spaces for little ones time and again, and it's such a fun way to make baby's space truly unique. Case in point? This dreamy nursery designed by Lark & Linen for Sarah Lane, complete with a kitty hamper, plush buddies and a mirror that I want for myself! See more captured by Heidi Lau right here in The Vault!
From Lark & Linen... Designing nurseries has quickly become my absolute favourite thing to do. Being able to create a soft and serene space for a baby boy or girl to-be, knowing full-well that it’s where they’ll be forming some of their earliest memories, is a pleasure I can’t begin to describe.
So when my friend Sarah hired me to do hers, despite a particularly hectic schedule, I couldn’t say yes quickly enough. With the sex of baby E a surprise from the start, we began with a gender neutral nursery design, with plans to infuse more feminine or masculine elements when baby made his or her debut.
We used the fabulous flamingo print wallpaper as a jumping off point, and kept everything else soft, simple, and elegant, so it could really shine. With a palette of soft greys, subtle blues, whites and creams we ended up with a lovely space, perfect for him OR her.
I'm thrilled to announce that Baby E has since arrived, and I’ve been told that she (squee!) is already enjoying her sweet little space immensely. For a full list of credits and sources, head on over to my blog, Lark & Linen.