Take the full tour after the jump.Working with repurposed furniture, a neutral -- yet boyishly fun -- color palette and great wall decals create a stellar space for baby Stellan. This is what Courtney had to say about the room...
TOUR STELLAN'S ROOMInspiration: Modern, masculine, yet cozy. Favorite Element: The wall decals. Biggest Challenge: Repurposing my daughter's white sleigh crib for a boy's room without it looking too feminine. What Friends Say: Everyone comments on the wall decals and on how cozy the room feels.
Favorite DIY: Yep, the decals again, if you can call that a DIY... I put them up, however I didn't make them. Biggest Indulgence: Definitely the bedding. Best advice for those approaching the nursery decorating process: Take another look at furniture you already have that can be worked in to the nursery so it doesn't look too cutesy and match-y. I love how more "grown-up" pieces (in our case, the lamp, posters and tree wall panels over the crib that were previously part of the room's earlier incarnations as a guest room and then as an office) can make the room look more unique and also can help to transition the room to a more mature look as the child gets older.
Dream Source: Fawn and Forest or Design Public... they have the most amazing modern kids/baby/grownup stuff.
TOUR STELLAN'S ROOMResources: • The bed is from Land of Nod • The dresser is from IKEA • The shelves were found on Craigslist • The glider is from Target • The lamp is from West Elm • The curtains are from Restoration Hardware • The wall decals, bedding and owl print are from Fawn & Forest • The bedding is Egg by Ollie & Lime • The tree wall panels are from West Elm Thanks for sharing with us, Courtney, Jonathan and Stellan!