My Room: Artur

São Paulo, Brazil

Luciana shares her son's earth-toned room - we especially like this sweet, easy-to-reach changing table setup: Our baby's nursery was designed by my husband Leo, who got really excited about the project. The main inspiration was the blue/brown color mix, and the dot pattern.

He defined the position of the furniture to keep the best circulation, we wanted a simple white cradle with good structure and not many details, so that we could play a lot with the fabric patterns. His aunt customized all sheets, pillows and curtains, we bought the fabrics that matched the palette.

He defined the beige section of the wall as a horizon for the elements such as the pouch bags, stickers and frames. The stickers were a gift from our friends at Cazulo - we loved the tree sticker and it happened to fit the concept. As for the bird sticker, it was designed by my husband who works as an illustrator, and it was customized by Cazulo.

We had some fun drawing funny watercolors for the opposite wall from the crib (I work with animation, so I love to draw too), and used plain wood photo frames to hang them.

Thanks Luciana!

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.