09 April 2014

Baby DeMaio Nursery Mood Board

We've officially been in our new house for two weeks. It's crazy to think. The past two weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind as we're trying to get as much done as possible (unpacking, painting, new furniture, etc.) before baby #2 comes. Oh and I'm due in 3 weeks! I plan on posting before and after photos as each room progresses over time, probably in phases as I have time between juggling two kiddos and a new house. Be patient with me as I slowly step back into the blog world.

The two rooms Jordan and I both agreed that needed to be done as soon as we moved in were Lucy's room and the nursery. It's important to us that even if the rest of the house is a mess, that our girls be comfortable and their rooms be complete. I'm proud to say that in the past two weeks we have just about finished BOTH rooms. I'll give more details once I have actual photos, but both rooms needed a lot of wall repair, fresh paint on the walls, trim and windows, as well as reinstalling new shelving in all closets (1 large closet in the nursery and 2 in Lucy's room).

Until I have time to snap some photos (hopefully this weekend), I want to at least share with you the mood board I had been creating as I planned the new nursery. If you follow me on instagram you caught a sneak peek into the nursery featuring most of the items below.

The nursery is very simple with soft colors - mostly grey and white with touches of pink and gold. A bit of a contrast to the pinks, yellows, purples, and teals you'll see in Lucy's room. The walls are a soft grey - Benjamin Moore 'Moonshine' - chosen after weeks of trying to decide between 3 greys. I am so happy to say that 'Moonshine' is hands down the perfect pale grey and looks amazing against bold white trim. Expect to see it nearly everywhere in our house. All the pieces above are already in the room, and I plan to add a few more pops of color with some framed art as well as the Cocoa and Hearts painting that was in Lucy's nursery at our old house.

Hope you enjoyed this sneak peek and know that I'll be back soon with tours of both the nursery and Lucy's 'big girl' room! 

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