A Nursery Fit for A Little Man

This past February, we welcomed a sweet baby boy, Zachary, into our family. We are so in love and feel incredibly blessed that we get to be his parents.

As we planned for Zach’s arrival, I immediately started dreaming of what I wanted his nursery to look like. It didn’t take long for me to decide on a theme – Triangles and Bears. My goal was to create a soft, cozy, and fun space knowing we would be spending lots of time (at all hours of the day) in this room.

Triangles and Bears Nursery

Before this room became a nursery, we had a black wrought iron daybed in it. We wanted to keep the daybed in the space but the black paint wasn’t cutting it for me. I’m so glad we decided to paint it bronze to match some of the other accessories in the room. The daybed is now a much softer piece that fits into the nursery perfectly.

Next, we moved to the triangle accent wall. This wall was quite the project (we’ll talk about that in a later post) but we are so happy with the results!

Nursery crib and accents
This crib’s shape and color is perfect for Zach’s nursery.

What’s a nursery without a crib? We fell in love with this DaVinci Autumn Crib from Buy Buy Baby and it’s the perfect color and style for Zachary’s room.

Navy Nursery Glider
This small glider is the perfect size for the space (and it’s comfy too!)

Though the nursery is very small, we knew it would be important to have a chair for us to sit in. This navy glider from Buy Buy Baby was the perfect find. It’s comfortable and at just 26.5″ x 31.5″, it’s the perfect size for the space.

We finished the space off with two side tables from Target and a few wall art pieces to tie the driftwood color in. Brass accents like this round mirror and floor lamp go perfectly with the freshly painted daybed. And we also softened the room up with a few small pine trees and lots of pillows and stuffed bears.

A lot of love went into creating this space for Zachary and we can’t wait to watch him grow in it!

Triangles and Bears Nursery

I have my friend, Hayley Echols, to thank for these beautiful photos. If you’re in the Atlanta area, check her out

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