Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Dream Nursery: Kelsey Grauke



Today is our last post in the Dream Nurseries Series.  I hope you have enjoyed this series as much as I have! 
In honor of the series ending we have special treat! Kelsey from Kelsey Design has put together two beautiful dream nurseries for us. 

Here is how she describes her first dream nursery. 

This "pink" nursery has a lot of pink going on (which personally makes me giddy!). I kept it fresh and modern by going with more coral tones, rather than traditional pink. The walls and art are simple to balance out the patterns on the chair and rug. One of my favorite tricks in a nursery is to use a buffet or dresser for a changing table. Pop on a changing pad and you now have a glammed-up changing table with twice the storage, not to mention it's hidden behind drawers and doors, than a traditional changing table. The over dyed traditional rug, mirrored buffet, metallic accents, and simple color scheme give this nursery the grown-up glam edge. The pink pattern play, bird cage lamp, brass giraffes, and tassel garland add whimsy to your munchkin's little space. 


 Caravan Crib / Gold Pouf / Changing Table-Buffet / Rug (also check overstock!) / Love Print / Bird Lamp / Brass Giraffes / Art (diy) / Blanket / Garland / Chair

And here is her next nursery! 

The colors are very simple in this nursery- black & white with splashes of gold. Because the colors are so simple and very "grown-up glam," I jazzed it up with the pattern play and whimsical accents... tree wallpaper (how cute is that?), a polka-dot rug, animal busts, jumping sheep art, brass giraffes (too cute to not use again!), and poodle lamp. The glider, ottoman, and sheepskin rug will make late nights more comfortable for mama although the gold gilt dresser and campaign crib might make her a little jealous...

I hope you are inspired by these nurseries! They are currently making me rethink my own bedroom design! Thanks again Kirsten for having me and pop on over to visit me at Kelsey Design!


If you missed any of the nurseries in this series here is a recap for you! 


















Thanks to everyone who participated! 

7 comments:

  1. The rug she picked is incredible. Makes me want to have another baby girl so I can create that nursery!

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  2. Adorable rooms like these make me really want to have kids!! I really like the Dina Holland colors!! One day...

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  3. Beautiful nurseries, Love the pink one!
    Happy Wednesday!

    ~Edyta
    http://www.edytaandco.com/blog-4/

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  4. Why oh why does that buffet in the first nursery have to be so expensive?

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  5. What a gorgeous collection!All amazing inspirations!

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