Location:Bryn Mawr, PA
Ever wonder what the nursery of a purveyor of modern nursery goods looks like? We did so we asked Jessica Troiano, founder and owner of Piccolini to share. She doesn't disappoint.
Little Lola's nursery is a showroom for modern design. Jessica decided on the Austin crib and changing table by ducduc as the key pieces. When deciding on color, Jessica chose pink and brown with orange accents. The pink on the crib wall is Peony by Benjamin Moore. The window shades are from Smith+Noble and the rug is an Angela Adams design (since discontinued). The rocker is the Eddy also by ducduc, but when it came to the ottoman, Jessica had Nurseryworks make her one using the same Crypton fabric from the rocker (ducduc doesn't make ottomans).
For crib bedding, Jessica chose the pink and brown Alphabet collection by ducduc. The changing pad covers are from Gus & Max. The Jeeto canvases and other artwork, Ugly Dolls and Oeuf baby lounger punctuate the color scheme. The Piccomo mobile above Lola's crib is a Piccolini exclusive by Julie Frith.
Asked if she would do anything differently, Jessica said order things ahead of time. The changing table and ottoman didn't arrive until after Lola was born. Jessica also said don't be afraid that the various shades of color you're using don't match.
The cranberry, the scarlet, the peony, the bright pinks, etc....added to the depth and fun quality of the room. If they had all "matched" exactly, I don't think it would have come out as nicely as it did."