Wilder’s Nursery Reveal! (Better late than never…)
Crib | Lorena Canals Rug | Wire Bookshelf | Acrylic Floating Picture Frame | Faux Palm Tree | Mudcloth Plush Blanket | Knit Name Blanket | Ivory & Grey Stripe Throw | Snow Leopard Blanket | Glider | Floor Lamp | PAPIER-MÂCHÉ Animal Heads | Wilder’s Romper | Wallpaper
Wilder finally has a nursery of his own! We wanted something neutral and serene to be his retreat.
I found this adorable wooden sign with the lyric “Oh baby, baby it’s a wild world” and created the neutral jungle theme from there.
Sticking to that theme, I found this amazing print wallpaper. The easiest way to make a statement is a bold wall.
The rug is by Lorena Canals. Their rugs are amazing because they are machine washable. I used one in Georgie’s nursery as well for that reason. Can’t beat when a piece looks great, but is actually functional as well.
For the crib I went with this classic Jenny Lind in the fog grey. We have the same crib in black downstairs for the boys to nap in. They are great and at a reasonable price point.
These animal heads are quite the hit! They are from Restoration Hardware, but I’ve linked some budget friendly options below as well.
I wanted to have plush blankets everywhere to make it cozy. The mixed prints bring in a bit of interest to the space.
The faux palm tree brought that pop of color while sticking true to the theme. (I’m all about a good theme, ya’ll!)
One of my favorite accessories in the room are these acrylic floating picture frames. Thinking of ways to put them allll over our home as I type. They are minimal, but bring a more luxe feel than a more traditional style picture frame.
We were late to getting this nursery together for sweet Wilder because of the move, but this would be a great theme for anyone who isn’t finding out the gender. A sweet blush color blanket or throw pillow would make the perfect accent for a more feminine touch.
Wilder does not live up to his name sake. He is the sweetest, laid back, happy and loving little boy. We just love him so much, and I’m so happy for him to have this nursery.