Name: Alessia (3 months)
Location: San Francisco, California
When our youngest daughter was born, we didn't have an extra bedroom to dedicate to a nursery. We knew that she would eventually move in with her big sister, but decided to keep her in our room for the first year, and turn a corner of our master bedroom into a little nursery nook.
We wanted to keep our room as relaxing and non-babyish as possible, while still creating a special and inviting space for our baby girl. This meant embracing minimalism and eliminating clutter. Luckily our San Francisco apartment has some beautiful architectural details, and there was a recess in one of the walls that fit her crib perfectly. We added just a few simple decorations and some DIY projects to complete the space.
This little corner has worked perfectly, and we haven't missed having a separate nursery at all.
- Crib: Pali
- Dresser: Pottery Barn
- Changing Pad: Keekaroo
- Pirum Parum Print: Fine Little Day
- Ballerina Print: Etsy
- Frames: Ikea
- Plant Pots: Ikea
- Vintage Letter A: Timeless Treasures SF
- Crib Sheet: Dwell Studio
- Knit Doll: BlaBla
- Cloud Mobile: DIY
- Wooden Rattle: DIY
- Pillows: DIY
- Blanket: DIY
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