I've been toying around with multiple options for my husband and I to decide on for the nursery. You have to imagine trying to mix geometric modern with traditional outdoors- that's us. In an attempt to compromise somewhere in the middle, I have proposed two different patterns to my hubby to make the final decision. We have scoured the internet and local shops looking for a bedding option we love and no luck of the irish here. I finally decided that it would be strange to use a fabric I did not design myself - what kind of designer would I be? To the computer I went and designed the patterns below.
We have an old cross stitch of the Irish blessing which has the light blue and touches of Irish green in addition to the desire to have an accent wall covered in Savannah River Maps (excuse the mockup below). Feel free to visit my pinterest board here for some of the inspirational photos. This is not exactly the end result of course, but something to work from at least. The window treatments and light fixture have been ordered from RHBaby&Child setting the color palette of Silver Sage/Seafoam and Irish Bright Green. I'm adding an inset white chippendale border to the valances on the window treatments. For the walls, we plan to choose individual song lyrics that we love, inspirational quotes, cameos of our own baby portraits and vintage photos from our families. In addition, I plan to watercolor 4 prints (How to Tie a Bowtie like a Gentleman, How to Throw a Curve Ball like Daddy, How to Shag like my Parents, How to Tie a Square Knot like a good Fisherman). These will adorn the walls and be something he can use in his room for years to come.
Mockup of Nursery
|White Glider soon to arrive from Little Castle, 5' Giraffe from Melissa and Doug.|
We are so grateful to have my talented father-in-law who is making a beautiful handmade crib out of Caribbean Rosewood - can't wait to see this beauty! The white dresser is an original from my grandparents house in which the hubby has applied a whitewashed finish.
Fabric Option #1:
This fabric was created by using individual R's (for Rhett!) - see if you can find them!
Fabric Option #2:
It's a play on irish knots using an "R" - can you find it?