See Why This Farmhouse Nursery is Giving Us #ClosetGoals
January 12, 2018
Count this in my top 5 nurseries of all time. Also on that list is this insanely cute space. Notice a theme? They all belong to mama and wallpaper connoisseur, Raewyn and her beautiful girls. With the help of designer Margie Doyle, her latest gift to the nursery world is covered in whimsical details, blushing hues and a closet that is straight up enviable. Take the full tour captured by Elza Photographie right here.
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When we were planning the design of our farmhouse I knew that I wanted everything to feel as vintagey as possible, but with a modern, clean twist. For months I poured over wallpapers, hoping to find the perfect one, and finally settled on Perroquet by Nina Campbell. It’s whimsical and old timey, with the perfect amount of warmth.

The first piece of furniture that I settled on was the iron crib from Restoration Hardware. I love how it adds that vintage feel, and is different from anything that I have ever done before. The Bella Notte bedding is incredibly luxurious, and has exquisite detail. The rug I found through a designer friend. It looks like a big giant sweater, and is perfect for playing and reading on the floor with both of my girls.

When designing nurseries I have a few elements that I keep consistent – great wallpaper, a comfy glider, a big pouf to rest your feet (and for kids to play on!), and an organized closet. It can be tough to organize kids rooms, and I feel as though a well thought out and organized closet helps me to keep on top of it. The system is by California Closets, and I found the bins and hangers from Bed, Bath and Beyond. An organized kids closet is truly a game changer for me! I'm an organized person by nature, and I love teaching my kids the value of tidying their room and putting things back in their place.

When planning this room we did so with a queen sized bed in mind. For now we have simply swapped out the layout to accommodate a crib. It was important to me that this room grow with my daughter forever, as we are never, ever leaving this house. Once you swap out the dolls and toys out for more adult accessories, I believe that this room will grow with her from nursery and beyond.