Hudson’s Nursery Tour


I’m so excited to finally get the opportunity to share with you Hudson’s nursery! Right now it’s my favorite room in the house. I never spent much time in it before now since it used to be our guest room (that our Shiba Inu kind of took for himself). It gets so much natural light during the day, which I love, and the monochromatic palette is actually really calming. I’m so happy with how it came out and I hope you can find something that inspires you.
all sources are noted – photos by Katie Purnell Photography

Wall color – custom match / BEHR at Home Depot

Crib – Baby Mod Marley 3-in-1 Crib (refinished the base with Espresso wood stain)

Galvanized Metal Letters – Michaels

Crib sheet, skirt & pillow – Zara by Oilo Studio

Fleece star blanket, Bear & Rocket rattle- H&M Home

Mustache Cat – Ecotule on Etsy

Heirloom Bear blanket – Roxy Marj

“Ragamuffin” Pennant Flag – Roxy Marj

Star Wall Light – Target

Black Pennant Garland – Michaels

Ultrasound Frame – Homegoods

Star quote Frame – made myself (quote from Pinterest)

Wall Shelf – Target

Chalkboard Star Galvanized Buckets – $1 section of Target

Changing Pad cover – American Baby Company

Changing Pad – Restoration Hardware

Changing Liner – Zara by Oilo Studio

Glider – Buy Buy Baby (similar here)

Quilt – Plus Minus Designs

Pillow Covers – Society6

Side Table – Target (refinished top with chalkboard spray paint)

Footprints frame – Michaels

‘H’ Scrabble Tile – Hobby Lobby

“Don’t grow up” Print – Designee on Etsy

Curtains – Target

Road Map Rug – H&M Home

Rockaroo – 4Moms

Picture Ledge in Black (repurposed as book shelves) – Target

Chalkboard Wall Paint – Rust-Oleum at Home Depot

Lego Storage Brick (we keep cars in it) – Amazon

Expedit storage shelf – IKEA (similar here)

 “The world is your playground” Poster – The Rusted Arrow

Felt ball garland – Michaels

Dreamcatcher – Lovely Fawn 808

Chalkboard Globe – Homegoods

Large Clothespin – Michaels

Chalkboard Piggy bank – Michaels

Wood Star tray – Homegoods

Wood teethers – Lexy Pexy

 Striped Bins – Land of Nod

Wood car set – Bannor Toys

Teddy Bears – FAO Schwartz

Penguin stacker – Melissa & Doug

Flash Cards – Wee Gallery

Panda – Michaels

With both of my boys’ nurseries I worked off what I already had in the guest room before it, including the furniture. The less furniture I had to move into storage the better. Hudson’s room was previously our “black & white” guest room with an ode to NYC. It utilized all of our decor from our apartment in the city. I was so happy to be able to incorporate most of what we had in the guest room into this nursery. I also made sure that one of the key pieces we purchased for Aden, the glider, was a neutral color-way that could fit into any gender nursery for us to use with every child. One thing I love to do and highly recommend to you, is to make your home “yours”. Think outside of the box when decorating the rooms, especially one for a new baby.

We repurposed and refinished furniture to match better and become more kid-friendly. I love the chalkboard top to the side table and it’s so perfect that I don’t have to worry about the kids spilling anything and ruining it. The picture ledges became the best toddler accessible book shelves – they work out great for Aden for when I’m nursing Hudson and don’t have a free hand to pull books at his discretion. The lego storage block actually holds cars to play with on the road rug and it’s super easy for little hands to open on their own. 

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Thank you to Project Nursery for also sharing this feature. You can find their post here.

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