Knowing Harper is our last baby has been such a different experience. I think for us, it has reminded us to enjoy every little minute since these will be our last “baby firsts”. When it came to designing Harper’s Nursery, I really wanted to savor every minute. I knew it was the last little nursery I’d be creating. So I really wanted it to be a place I loved that I could soak up allll the baby goodness in. If you remember in our California home I had my sweet friend, Annalisa from Oilo Studio help me help put her creative touch on the space. She’s amazing + her eye for modern baby design is out of this world. I could not be happier with how it turned out!
If you’ve been here for a while, you probably saw that we originally designed Harper’s Nursery in the tiny rental. I love that I was able to take that same design, and transform it into her current space. The new house is also full of big bright windows, which we love. However, that light does come as a downfall when it comes to nap time. We were beyond thrilled to get our new blinds in from Park City Blinds. I love that we can still enjoy that bright happy light during play time, but she can sleep peacefully once they are down.
I think my favorite thing about Harper’s Nursery is the rug, and by the amount of direct messages I get about it, I think it is yours too! haha! I can’t say enough good about it, or the other details in the room from Serena + Lily. Every single piece from them I own is such high end quality. I just love the way they can pull a space together and be the finishing touch it needs.
I am so happy that we decided to add a bathroom as part of Harper’s Nursery space. It probably seems like overkill now when she is just little, but it has actually been so convenient for easy clean up. We love knowing she can grow into the space instead of out of it so quickly, and if we decide to convert it to a guest room or for one of the big kids, it is still super functional.
photos : aubrey taiese