textiles in the baby room.
that bib is beautiful. what a little treasure.
do you mind if i ask what kind/ brand of baby rocker that is? it looks so nice and simple compared with others i've seen.
I love that mobile! And all your textiles are gorgeous.
What a sweet setup! And I concur — that bib is fantastic.
The nursery is perfect. I love all the handmade touches. What baby bouncer do you own?
and a sling? do you have one, there are very pretty ones. i recommend a baby sling! all your things look so pretty. a beautiful room.
every thing is so perfect, i love it the wool blanket on the crib especially.
we had an oeuf bouncer too, and we loved it! it's the most attractive one out there, i think.
Amazing looking space! What is the style of rug in the 6th picture? I love the colors and pattern. Cheers!
Between the polka dots and the mountain prints I am completely swooning. It looks great! Congrats (on the space and the baby!).
Its looking really lovely Lena. I love the colours you have and the you can see just how nuturing it will be for the new baby. You must be getting close now…. I hope you are feeling really well and getting plenty of 'feet up' time. Thnx for sharing
Love it all! A great mix of colorful prints with a handmade natural touch…what a great room for your lucky baby to come
oh my goodness, i LOVE this!!!!
so much sweetness!!
thanks for all the nice comments!!
the bouncer is ouef, a hand-me-down. i like the way it looks too. we also got a great hand-me-down baby bjorn bouncer.
the bib is really special. my grandma made it for my brother, and since we're choosing an "E" name too, my mom gave it to me.
the quilt with the cross was made by josh's grandmother out of his mom's dresses when she was a kid.
hannna, i do have a couple slings! two different styles, also hand-me-downs.
hayley, the colorful rug is a kilim from ebay. it's the softest cotton, unlike most kilims that are a little rough.
such a beautiful nest..
It's perfect…what a lucky little one:)
^_^ everything is ready for him…so beautiful!!
pretty pretty pretty!
love it lena!
such a lovely room; i love the mobile.
that stuffed bear is blowing my mind!
A gorgeous room indeed… and such a beautiful selection of textiles. I have enjoyed gathering things for my little one too. Exciting times ahead for you.
lena your set up looks great! I especially love the bib.
hand me downs are the best! you know they worked for someone else, it saves you money, and well… i just like a good hand me down. haha.
i hope when i'm ready to have kids that i can keep the nursery looking as good as you have it set up. none of that crazy pink/blue decoration. i love it! it feels so natural, normal, and very lovely.
I love that you have a Montessori pink tower in his room. I'm a Montessori teacher and love to see parents incorporating the philosophy into their home life. Good luck with the new babe.
hi rendii went to a montessori school and i love all the montessori learning materials. the pink tower was always my favorite– i had to get one!
Can I ask where you got the indian style quilt (for lack of a better word!) and your crib sheet?? I love the combo!!
I don't know if that's the model you have, or if it's a concern for you, but that infant seat has been recalled. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml07/07162.html
i really enjoy your mix of vintage and new. i also like the montessori pink tower blocks- my children go to montessori, recognized them right away!
What a sweet space. My daughter has that same pink tower and she loves her Montessori puzzles.
love this. where is the crib from?
it's from ikea. very affordable!
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everything looks so good!
Most beautiful nursery I've ever seen. Just found your blog. It's completely fantastic xx
I LOVE the nursery. And I was thinking of getting that crib but I recently found this recall online… please check yours!
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