Enter the sweetest room in the Krovic nest: the nursery.
After relocating from a one bedroom, 600 sq-ft apartment in Brooklyn to our home in Virginia (with a designated room all for baby), the decorating process was a more gradual and well thought-out process. This was a space designed to create a balance of calm and playful, endlessly inspiring Faire's imagination. With no specific theme in mind, my approach was to fill the room with a mix of modern, bohemian, and minimalist touches. Neutral tones of a white mod crib and dot sheets are accented by a grey rocker and changing pad, with fun textures highlighted by a jute rug and metal bunting.
Modern furniture alone could not complete the room, with a few vintage pieces definitely creating a unique blend of old and new. The wardrobe was found at a local thrift shop and the heirloom crochet prayer hung in my husband's nursery when he was a baby. Every single piece in Faire's room is meaningful in some way shape or form, and this just adds to the overall whimsical aura of the space.
A big thanks to our friend Kaytee Lauren for documenting! Sources can be found below.
Crib: Baby Mod; Crib Sheet: Little Wife Power House; Blanket: Turkish-T; Mobile: Restoration Hardware; Rocker: Nursery Works (Giggle exclusive); Wardrobe: Thrifted; Dreamcatcher: Gifted; Rug: Ikea; Dresser: Ikea; Round Mirror: Ikea; Diaper Pail: Ubbi; Changing Pad: Keekaroo Peanut Changer; Side Table: West Elm; Pouf: Etsy; Curtains: Ikea; Bunting: Oh, Albatross; Baskets: Homegoods; Swaddles: Modern Burlap and Margaux & May; Crib Animals: Hazel Village and Shop Commonfolke; Wood Blocks: Little Sapling Toys; Fox Art: Faune Yerby; Bonnets: Petite Soul; Baby Monitor: Nest Cam; Swing: Nuna; Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray