Piper’s Nursery Reveal

November 10, 2016

Filed Under : Interiors - Motherhood - Piper's Nursery Reveal

www.jessinicholsphotography.comI am so so very excited to be sharing Piper’s finished nursery with you guys today! She turns one in less than a month, and it only took us one year to finally complete it ;). So happy to have been joining in on the One Room Challenge, which gave me the final push I needed to pull all the details together. And I love how it turned out, so it was worth the wait!

When I started planning the room, I knew I wanted it to be bright and colorful, which I think it’s safe to say we achieved. The nursery definitely fits Piper’s personality, which is also bright and colorful and full of light. She is our bright ray of sunshine and we love her so! Now, onto the good stuff… pictures of the big reveal!www.jessinicholsphotography.comBecause I always opt for white white white (I’m working on this) I knew I wanted to bring in wood tones, along with other pops of color, to warm up the room. The walls, dresser, and crib are all white, so I picked honeycomb shelves to style above the changing table and we stained them to match the floors and this side table from land of nod.www.jessinicholsphotography.com^ Little shoes from when I was a baby, and a pink wooden car from Denmark, given to Piper before she was born by her Aunt Janie. I love the special, sentimental touches in her room.www.jessinicholsphotography.comI searched high and low for the perfect rocker, and finally settled on this nursery works rocker in pebble. I love how wide it is, making it easy to curl up or spread out, and I especially love the price point. It’s a classic grey that could go with any nursery design, and an item we’ll definitely recycle into other nurseries down the road.www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.com^ This rug is literally one of my favorite pieces the house. It was the first piece I bought for her room and what I based the rest of the design around. I originally thought I’d opt for a neutral color scheme, but I found this rug and nope! I was 100% sold on pink!www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comIf you’re wondering what stuffed animal to buy for your babies, GET a jellycat bunny. They are so soft and Piper is literally obsessed with hers. She was never attached to any of her stuffed animals until she got this little guy. www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.com^ Madeline was my faaaavorite book growing up. I love having a copy in her nursery and getting to share it with my baby girl.www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.com^ She’s entered a snuggle phase out of nowhere, and I am soaking in every second of it!www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.comnursery-collagewww.jessinicholsphotography.com^ Trying to convince her she’s ready to walk …. she’s not convinced ;)www.jessinicholsphotography.comwww.jessinicholsphotography.com

Thank you so much to Linda from Calling it Home for hosting the One Room Challenge. I have loved seeing all of the beautiful, finished rooms. Be sure to head to the link up, here, to see all of the blogger’s rooms.

*All pictures by Jessi Nichols Photography

Shop the room:

Blue Ikea cart | Land of nod changing cover | Hexagon shelves | Rifle paper co. books | Land of nod side table | Babasouk rug | Ikea crib | For Like Ever print | The World is your Oyster print | Nursery works rocker | Ikea floor lamp | Pink tassel curtains | Land of nod blanket | Hunter boots | Anthropologie flamingo | Pillowfort unicorn | Land of nod cloud pillow | Land of nod cotton candy pillow | Leather pouf in dark tan c/o | Herringbone hamper c/o | Flora the Flamingo | MadelineElephant rocker 

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23 thoughts on “Piper’s Nursery Reveal

  1. Mila

    Did you make that small textile above the crib? It is so simple and beautiful. I am happy you didn’t go for the neutral colors. That rug and everything else make this space really perfect!

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