Good morning everyone! Hope you’re still enjoying Savvy Darling’s new look!? I’ve had so much fun tinkering and adding new things lately, like the share buttons at the bottom of this post! Hint, hint! If you love this post, please do share with others!
As most of you know, I’m prego, like 30 weeks prego and we’ve decided to keep the gender of our baby a surprise. Therefore, I’ve had a hard time with a color scheme. Since I’ve been on another painting rampage. I decided to start on the nursery and I’ve hit a wall, my nursery wall, that is. I can’t for the life of me decide if I want tan and white stripes or just tan. I have a chalkboard accent wall in the nursery, so I’m afraid adding white stripes will just make the space looked cramped and we don’t want that! What do you all think about my dilemma?
The colors I’ve chosen are gold, tan, white and grey. I think these colors are a great choice for either boy or girl!
I have a mock up on the look I’m going for and I must say, I think I’ve outdone myself! I’m pretty happy with how it turned out despite not knowing how I want to paint the walls. I have lots of similar items on my mood board that I’ve already purchased, so I can mentally see in my mind where everything is going to go! Go on, take a look, you know you wanna!
1. Lindsay Letters print via Hobby Lobby -$40. I must share a word or two about this lady. She is Beautiful from the inside out with a love for Christ and UBER talented! Her prints can now be found at Hobby Lobby, but if your having trouble finding them in your local store, check out her website Linsay Letters (2.Serena & Lilly Crib -$495. (3.Threshold Floor Lamp via Target- $80 (4. Simmons Kids Augusta Upholstered Glider via Target -$300 (5. Kathy Kuo Home Sunburst Mirror -$503 (6. IKEA Isala Side table -$179 (7. Gold Faux Leather Ottoman via Burke Decor (8. Pile High Rug via Wayfair
I hope this gives some of you moms-to-be lots of fun inspiration!!
How would you decorate your nursery If you were letting the gender of your baby be a surprise!?
Would you go bold and boisterous, or would you keep it soft and subtle?