A Girly Glam Nursery With Must-See Floral Wallpaper
July 28, 2017
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I have to admit, the best part about having a baby girl was designing the nursery. It was basically my interior design dream come to life and this new mama Rebecca certainly felt the same. She brought Laurel & Wolf on board to help create a pretty space for her little one to grow and I think it's safe to say, mission accomplished. Think happy colors, bold patterns, and a statement floral wallpaper that ties it all together.
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From Laurel & Wolf... After Rebecca & Jared Raskind moved into their Los Angeles fixer-upper, the creative couple immediately got to work transforming it to match their quirky glam style. Fast forward a few years, and the home has become a medley of Hollywood Regency and California-boho style. The happy home was nearly complete, but it was still missing one thing – a tiny addition to the family. Then, nearly nine months ago, the pair got the exciting news that they were pregnant and couldn’t be more excited to have their new baby girl Zoe.

Not a pair to shy away from a bold statement, the couple had a fairly strong vision for the nursery from the start. Drawing influence from the rest of their boldly patterned home, they began with an Art Deco-style rug, a whimsical floral wallpaper, and a large stuffed giraffe named Chloe. But like anyone inspired by multiple styles, they needed help unifying the room and making it baby-friendly.

“We liked the idea of keeping traditional elements like the chaise lounge and wallpaper, but incorporating animals, pops of pink, and a lot of pattern. We wanted the space to feel bright and fun,” Rebecca explains.

Laurel & Wolf Designer, Christina Di Vito helped the couple infuse their various design styles while balancing the blend of colors and patterns in the room. In order to bring the blush and gold elements together, Christina chose pale pink curtains with brass feather tie backs. However, the biggest challenge was working with the small floor plan and finding a solution for the lack of closet space. Christina solved it by adding wall shelving with a brass rod attached for hanging clothes.

“We love that the clothes became part of the décor,” Rebecca said.

Though we’re sure Zoe will be enamored with her new pet giraffe, we have to hand it to the bold, botanical-printed accent wall. We can just imagine little Zoe looking up at all that beautifully hued flora and fauna. Fun, fashionable, and cohesive to the rest of the home’s design, the nursery turned out perfectly.