One Artist, Six Nurseries: Jessica's Design

If you are just following us, we are doing a design challenge where each one of the 3A designers have to create a nursery around the same artwork. It has been fun seeing how each of us are differently inspired by the featured Gingiber artwork.

When starting my designs, the first pieces I selected were the cribs, since they tend to be the main focus of a nursery. My go to vendor for great children's furniture is Land of Nod. They have a beautiful selection of cribs ranging in different styles. As a neutral backdrop, the paint color for both designs is Benjamin Moore's Silver Satin. 

For my boy's nursery, I was going for a cabin look which I think the light fixture and rocker lends itself to. The book shelf is another Land of Nod find and is great for holding both books and toys. My heart was set on a navy buffalo check crib skirt but since I could not find one, I found fabric that could be used to make a custom one.

timeless boy nursery design

bookshelf // crib // crib skirt fabric // crib sheet // curtains // rug  // rocker // dresser // light fixture // art

For my girl's nursery I decided to go with a muted feminine look. I love the shape of this Jenny Lind crib and paired it with a  light fixture that picks up on the circular shapes. I kept the furniture neutral and brought in pink through the accessories. To create more interest, we always recommend to not purchase a complete bedding set. In this design, the crib sheet is from an Etsy vendor and the skirt is from Land of Nod. I love how it turned it out! If you are interested in any of the items, the links are below.

timeless girl nursery design