Had the great pleasure of doing the nursery of one of my childhood best friends. Kate and I once kidnapped a pair of ceramic deer from a stranger’s lawn. (We aren’t delinquents, promise!) We were dressed as elves, mind you, and since this was around Christmas time, we put Santa hats and big red bows on the deer and returned them in the middle of the night with a note saying they had been visiting Santa’s workshop. (See? Not delinquents! Just a regular old happy, heart warming Christmas story.) Needless to say, we had fun working on this project together. The starting point for the nursery was one of my favorite fabrics, Lulu DK for Schumacher’s Ode to Matisse:
We really wanted to show off the huge pattern repeat of the Lulu fabric so decided on a BIG window shade:
So adorable. We also made a couple of big floor pillows with the same fabric plus Windsor Smith for Kravet’s Regent Stripe that had all of Kate’s favorite colors (peacock blue, yellow and turquoise) and another Lulu DK goodie, Fireworks, which is also on the custom crib skirt.
I got to use one of my favorite colors, Benjamin Moore’s Little Dipper, for the walls:
And Kate found these wonderful and colorful prints from Woop Studios.
Here’s the gorgeous Adeleh loving her room!