How delightful! This Charming Modern Raspberry Girls Nursery was designed by Shannon Greenhaw for her very lucky granddaughter. This bright and cheery room is full of wonderful pops of color and an eclectic mix of feminine, industrial and world-traveler touches. I know that sounds like a strange combination, but believe me when I say that it all pulls together beautifully. Shannon incorporates both a crib and a daybed into the nursery which is one my preferred design choices for both short-term and long-term needs. For the short term, having an extra bed in the room helps for those sleepless nights or for when the little one is sick. And looking forward, having a bed in the room can help with the crib-to-bed transition. Shannon ties both the crib and the bed together by using the same fabrics. A full/queen size bed skirt was re-purposed it into a crib skirt and also large pillows for the daybed. The wall paint is Sherwin Williams “Macadamia”.
A tent made out of grey chevron fabric makes for a hiding place, a reading nook or just a daydream spot!
Chalk board art doesn’t have to be just a temporary masterpiece. Spray surfaces with polyurethane to make chalk-art creations permanent.
Shannon made the kites and circle banners from scrapbook paper.
The Moroccan design on the walls (as well as the paint for the changing table/buffet) was Sherwin Williams “Muslin”.
Thank you so much for sharing, Shannon! The nursery is delightful!