Baby Silas and His Fun Nursery

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Although they knew they had a little boy on the way, Silas's parents wanted to create a gender neutral space that could grow with him over time. They wanted an accent wall as the focus and it all came together when they found the Herringbone Shuffle pattern from Royal Design Studio Stencils. The pattern was traditional, but playful, inspiring the design for the rest of the space. They opted for a more modern crib design and an Eames-inspired rocker, while a traditional vintage dresser serves double-duty as a changing table. Silas's mom shared, "Aside from the accent wall, the little library space created under the window is my favorite part. I already can imagine Silas sitting on the pouf reading his favorite books while Jasper (our dog) lies on the rug listening." So adorable! Meg Perotti of Little Meg captured all of the gorgeous photos, from the fabulous nursery to the beautiful family photos. Be sure to check out the full gallery where you can see so much more!

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Rocking Chair by LexMod:
Animals in Menswear Silhouettes: DIY