Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Nautical Nursery Mood Board & Sources

For the next few months I'll be sharing in the Fiesta Movement by tackling design projects in my home and community. This months' theme is Entertaining. 

I have an e-design client who is in love with this nursery and wanted me to recreate the look for her! 



This Nursery will double as their guest room so we had to squeeze a twin bed in the room. I used striped bedding to coordinate the beds together.  


Twin Bed - $239
Sailaway Wallpaper - $25.99 per roll
Table Lamp - $224

Have you ever had to use your Nursery as a guest room? How did you do it? 

disclosure: This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own.

14 comments:

  1. very cute! i'm planning on doing something similar for my 3 year old.

    pinterest inspiration board here:

    http://www.pinterest.com/lshildebrand/jakey-s-room/

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  2. I was thinking that Jenny Lind bed was the one from Land of Nod until I saw the price tag! GREAT find!

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  3. LOVE that wallpaper! Very nice design =)

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  4. I love the idea of finding an inspirational room and hiring you to recreate something similar. The wallpaper and bed are my favorite parts, what great price tags! great job!

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  5. great finds!! The prices are all very good and the look is right on target with the one she saw initially! Very cute:) We had to squeeze a crib in our guest bedroom and baby it up when I accidentally found out about #3. I often wonder why no one wanted to come and visit:) LOL

    Laura
    House Envy

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  6. Love the animal flash cards so much!

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  7. Funny you post this. I am due with my 3rd in May, so we bunked our boys together in one room and I was debating whether to sell the queen bed and dresser my son was using, but have decided to keep it and just add a crib. We are dealing with a QUEEN, not a twin, so space is slightly more cramped, but I think it will work. The room is not too tiny and it will be nice to still have space for guests. As soon as I know gender, I'll get to work on the nursery and post updates along the way! I also love that it gives me a spot to sleep with the baby in the early days/weeks, to make it easier on hubby to get rest at night for work the next day. www.styleoyster.blogspot.com

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  8. such a cute boys room! i am just finishing up my own nursery (as he's due any day now!!) for my 3rd boy. In any case, love checking up on your blog- and of course am infatuated with nurseries as of late. check out my blog and GIVEAWAY! loveofinteriors.blogspot.com

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  9. This is perfect Kirsten! I love your take and thanks for all the sourcing! Have a great weekend.
    xo Nancy

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  10. I love the nautical wallpaper! My son's room has a nautical theme, and I have been searching for wallpaper ideas that were not tacky - this is just the opposite! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  11. I like your post, very interesting home decoration for children.

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  12. Our nursery is also a guest room and it works very well. Love the mood board.
    http://peanut-gallerie.blogspot.com/2013/05/baby-boys-nursery.html

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  13. Very interesting pictures.This is perfect for a growing kid.Thanks for sharing this great post with us.

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