Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Kenzie's nursery- simply gorgeous.




A few weeks ago, I stumbled across the gorgeous nursery Rachelle  created for her baby daughter Kenzie on Rachelle's fantastic blog KenziePoo. I absolutely love this nursery. It epitomises my favourite design rule- decorate your nursery for the child your baby will become, and your child will grow with the nursery (for more on this subject, see the article I wrote for Connect2Mums). I adore the Lulu ghost chair and the fab Eames rocker. I also love the colour scheme- it is so feminine but not PINK! I asked Rachelle to tell us about the nursery and how it came about and here is what she had to say.

"My name is Rachelle and I reside in the US (Idaho) and I love all things baby.  After having my little girl Kenzie I was so inspired to start a blog called Kenziepoo. The blog is all about baby from clothes to Nursery, featuring great finds, fab baby sites, giveaways etc...I also have a fun Etsy shop that I do for fun on the side.

 

Inspiration: After searching through magazine after magazine I couldn’t decide on what I wanted to do for the nursery until…One day I was registering for my baby shower at Target, and they gave me a booklet of things you could register for. While flipping through that book I found a picture of a room that I absolutely fell in love with! Yellows and whites with lovely wall decals. And that was it!

Favorite Element: I would have to say my favorite items in Kenzie's room are the ABC print with the beautiful frame I found at an antique store, and the beautiful bedding that my good friend made (she is an amazing seamstress).

Biggest Challenge: My biggest challenge was putting the light up….We ended up having to call a friend and have her rewire it!!



What Friends Say: What a blessed baby!

Proudest DIY: I am definitely not an artist, so I was pretty proud of myself when I made the silhouette of Kenzie on her wall.

Biggest Indulgence: Probably my biggest splurge in the room was the crib and the amazing Eames rocker.

Best advice: My best advice is to go homemade.

Dream source: I would love to eventually buy Kenzie a Madeline Weinrib Atelier rug."

 

Resources:

1. I got the great decals from my brother & sister-in-law's shop: Custom Vinyl Decals

2. Crib from Pottery Barn Kids

3. Eames Rocker: Hive Modern

4. Lou Lou Ghost chair: All Modern

5. ABC Print: Made by Girl; I also bought some fabric and put the fabric in embroidery hoops.


6. Mobile: Kikkerland

7. Elephant Pillow: Dwell Studio

8. Russian Cross Stitch Rug: Urban Outfitters

9. Chandelier: Pottery Barn Kids

10. Other Pillows: Hettle & Dedeetsy shop, 


11. Vintage Banner: Jump Up and Down

12. Sheepskin Rug: Costco

13. Fabrics & Embroidery hoops: JoAnn

14.Fabric for Blanket: Mod Green Pod 



2 comments:

  1. Thanks Carmen! Looks great. :)

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  2. Lovely pics, the blog looks good.
    Susie
    at I Just Love That Fabric

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