Baby Nursery – One Room Challenge Pt. 2

One Room Challenge – Week 02

For Week 2 of the One Room Challenge I thought I would share my early ideas of what we want to do with the Nursery! In last weeks post I shared some images of nurseries I found inspiring – you can see that post here! Our first step was deciding the color – after a few samples, we decided to go with Sherwin-Williams Quitetude for a color for the room. one room challenge

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We found this color to be the most calming and neutral for the space. I read a few articles about how the room color can impact the baby’s mood so we didn’t want anything to bold and bright. With it being on the neutral side I figured it gave us a lot of options for bringing in other colors to accent the space. As far as accent colors we want to go with Navy and Oranges.

Here is my list of Nursery Room Essentials:

  • Crib
  • Changing Table
  • Chair
  • Lighting
  • Rug
  • Bookshelf/Storage

From this list here are my favorite items I have found so far!

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The main focus of a nursery is the crib – this is one of my favorites that I found online. I love the simplicity of it and design of the white spindles give it a little more character. You can find this crib on Amazon.

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The next piece of furniture that will probably get the most use is the changing table! I love the simple design of this one from Pottery Barn Kids.

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I love this chair that you can find from Babies R Us – the best part is that it doesn’t look like a nursery chair and can be used in the future somewhere else in the house.

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We have a ceiling fan with a light already installed in the center of the Nursery, so lighting is covered for the most part. My husband is a huge outdoors person so I thought it would be fun to incorporate a little nature into the room – I love this Campsite NightLight from Land of Nod !

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For the rug I want something a simple pattern, this rug from Pottery Barn Kids is great and I love the pop of orange! Also I’m sure it can hide a lot of stains which I foresee in our future.

As far as a bookshelf – we want something that can be functional for both books and storage. We figure as the kiddo grows we will have a lot of books and toys that will need a home!

Pottery Barn Kids | Pottery Barn Kids | Ikea | Wayfair | Pottery Barn Kids Canvas Storage

For next week I plan to share more Design Ideas behind the room and will share some furniture purchased for the room. To see more One Room Challenge Progress stop by Calling it Home ! Be sure to check back next week for Part 3. Happy Almost Friday!

-MP

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12 Comments

  1. I adore the direction that your room is headed towards! You did SO much better than I did in my room this week.

    I would love for you to share this post at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. I think our readers would really enjoy it!

    Good luck in the upcoming week!

  2. Love this already!That rug is an amazing jumping off point. Can’t wait to see how this all comes together. Thanks for joining Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We look forward to seeing you again so we can follow your progress. 🙂

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  3. Quietude is a wonderful color. I have a friend who used it in a bedroom and then we all followed suit.

    You have a beautiful design plan.
    Thank you for sharing this at Thoughts of Home on Thursday.

    I can’t wait to see what you’ve done next week.

    Laura
    White Spray Paint
    TOHOT

  4. Ahhh, it is already looking so great just with these ideas. Storage for books and toys are very essential for nursery. I also love that light and the fact that the nursery chair does not look like a rocker.

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