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Monday, March 01, 2010

Nursery ideas

Alex and I have been brainstorming ideas for the nursery, which is really exciting. One idea we had is to frame Sharon Montrose's baby deer photo above a white crib with Dwell's chocolate dots sheets. And then, inspired by Jenny, we'd paint a vintage dresser red. (Do you think the color red would be too energizing? We could also go with baby blue.)

P.S. Oh, those chubby legs! I want to eat them!

159 comments:

Lillian Chang said...

What great ideas!! I love the idea of framing a Sharon Montrose photograph...it's perfect!! And the energizing red would be a wonderful pop of color in a baby's room!! :) Love!!

The Panic Room said...

I think you all have dreamt up a perfect combo. If you're worried the dresser would be too bold all red, perhaps just edging it out, our doing pops of red as accents against a softer more neutral bleached wood finish? I like the red. Can't wait to see what you all do.

abigail said...

I love bold colors in baby nurseries, so I say go red!

And framed Sharon Montrose baby animal photos are my go to baby shower gift. They are just perfect!

janet said...

Love the photo and that is something that has no age. I have never been a fan of having a babyish baby room..if you know what I mean. I think if I were a baby and had to go to sleep staring at Minnie, Mickey, Barney or any of the Seven Dwarfs, I would have nightmares. I love the idea of the brown dots and painted furniture is always a winner in my book. Have fun decorating.
Your friend,
Janet

Allison said...

I have 4 of the Montrose prints in my nursery and they are adorable! I love the style you have going so far!

Brandie said...

It sounds like perfection! Especially the red.

Michelle said...

I love the red...but then again baby blue and brown do go lovely together!

Joslyn said...

love it! it's perfect...and the sharon montrose photo is a great jumping off point.

i can't wait to see how it turns out ;-)
xox

Geezees Custom Canvas Art said...

love that red dresser : )

Becky said...

Love that idea!

Kristin Hjellegjerde said...

Red, red, red:)

lea simply said...

I prefer soft color for baby room

*swankytables*Annette said...

Love the ideas! My boys still will not sleep without their dwell crib quilts at four! The dwell products have held up well and don't scream "baby".

SmartBear said...

Love the idea of the print and the bedding is beautiful. I love red and bright colors too, but maybe a green or bright turqouise blue might feel more calming? I do love red though....

BarceloMIA said...

Love the brown theme! I'd paint the dresser green and have a Bambi in the forest feel... :) x

Dawn and Amanda (cousins). said...

I LOVE the red dresser. I think it need to stay. I'm not to crazy about the deer painting though.

Amanda

à part said...

I couldn't do red in a bedroom... I vote for a pretty robin's egg blue!

Deanna said...

I would say go with blue. I doubt that the red would keep the baby up at night, but for those nights that he just would sleep, the last thing you want to be doing is damning the red dresser, assuming it's the culprit.

A Beautiful Party said...

I love the red dresser. it's a real surprise for a baby's room. Everything looks lovely!

jaboopee said...

The way those photos are juxtaposed it looks like little mr. chubby legs is standing dangerously positioned on the edge of the chest of drawers...

I personally hate the idea of blue for a boy ,pink for a girl..It's so limiting and cliche

SimplyTara said...

I adore the deer photo and the sheets, but I think baby blue would be a better compliment! Either way it will be adorable!

www.coquettishfacade.blogspot.com

Cherri Porter said...

Red is good. It's been one of my son's favorite colors since he was quite young. I had to talk him out of painting his walls red recently.

McCabe said...

oh deer, how precious :) i cant wait to pass this along to my brother and sister in law who are pregnant with their first child!

Anonymous said...

Red is nice. Baby blue actually looks great with red. (My friend is an artist and said never match primary colors with other primary colors - it'll look like a Superman theme.) Yes, those chubby legs are adorable. :-)
-KB

thunderingthighs said...

Red is actually great for a nursery! Intense primary colors such as red are supposed to encourage brain development. Red specifically is one of the first colors babies can actually see. Yellow rooms on the other hand make babies cry longer and more frequently.

Anonymous said...

I like the red--i don't think its too energizing--I think its playful, creative, and a great match for the chocolate brown sheets :-)

Hollie said...

I think red would be great for a nursery!! That little deer makes me want to have another baby! :]

Atticus and Juliet said...

oh no, it all sounds perfect! don't think red would be too stimulating... although, i've never been a mum, so i might be out of the loop. but i LOVE the deer print for the nursery. the last time you mentioned sharon montrose in a post, i checked out her site and immediately thought her work would be delightful in a nursery. also, it would be a good transition piece as he gets a little older.

have fun!
xo

The Zhush said...

Awww. How cute. Not really a red person myself, but the rest of it sounds amazing.

Jennie said...

Joanna - we actually got that print for our nursery! I put it on our nursery inspiration board and then just had to get it :)
http://www.brianandjennie.com

Vera said...

Go for red!

Hello Lindello said...

I love it all. For sure the red over the baby blue.

Jennie said...

and - forgot to add we got a bright yellow dresser! it's on our blog as well :)

Karime said...

Red would look fantastic!!
Go for it.

xoxo

Literary Crap said...

Babies can't see pastel colors. Bright colors, bold prints, and black-and-white are easiest for them to see and stimulates their little brains.

So I think the dresser and the sheets are great choices!

arteyvestuario said...

check this site for some awesome kids stuff
http://picnicdecor.com/kids/

Ink Obsession Designs said...

LOVE the red! Do it! :)

Pretty Lovely said...

I posted about Sharon Montrose in the Spring. Her photographs are incredible. What a great idea for a nursery.

xx,
Samantha

Michelle said...

Red! It's pretty and helps babies vision clear up :)

Elisa, Croatia said...

Love the idea of framing the photo. I agree look at the chubby legs! Personally the red is too Vibrant for the nursery.Maybe blue instead?

Saludos,
A Mexican mommy living in Europe

katy said...

I love the red. We are using red as an accent color in our baby's nursery. We weren't planning on finding out the gender when we came up with the idea. Our rocker is bright red and it looks great. Goes great with the other colors you've chosen too.

Thea said...

I am so in love with these artists paintings from Paint all night studios -on Etsy- by Robert David and Marie Bretz. If I were setting up a nursery, I would have all these framed on the wall. Beautiful colours, whimsical images with lovely, yet simple meaning. Check them out on Etsy http://www.etsy.com/shop/paintallnightstudios.
Good luck with the nursery! I'm sure that whatever you do will be great.

Pretty Little World said...
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Pretty Little World said...

Those are such cute ideas! Sharon's work is so lovely and sweet!

Here are some additional inspirations

Cristin said...

Love that chocolate dots prints by Dwell Baby. One of my readers used it in her nursery:

http://simplifiedbee.blogspot.com/2010/02/bird-themed-nursery-design-and.html

I like how you would incorporate red accents. So fun!

xo,
cristin

Anne said...

Not sure all our (different) opinions will help, but I love the Montrose picture (just put up three in our nursery) and lovelovelove the sheets, great combo! I'd stay clear of red, though. Can't really explain why, I guess I prefer soft and/or warm colors. This red is a bit much to my taste (unless you have a really big and light room for your baby). I'm sure you'll figure it out, have fun decorating!

Laken Price said...

Oh, that baby deer!!

Bailey @ peppermintbliss said...

I cannot WAIT to see what you two come up with. I am loving the bebe dear and brown/white idea. I think from a design perspective the red dresser would be a great punch o color, but I know nothing about babyhood and if that will make your little man spaz/grumpy because of overstimulation. Gotta do what is best for the little man and his chubster legggss!! How can you even stand the anticipation??

Sarah said...

love love love the red!
red is supposed to be a color that instills confidence- what a great addition for a baby's room...
i also LOVE the red with a turquoise-y blue (like Jennifer Chused's son's room you featured) check out Benjamin Moore's Robin's Nest!

Deanna said...

The deer photo is fantastic. Makes me miss home (New York); deer tend to be scarce around Chicago.

www.numinousblue.blogspot.com

DH Hunter said...

That is a lovely idea, the deer image says precious in so many ways. I think the color red when applied to a vintage piece like this,is very warm and classic.
I painted a vintage (Queen Ann-ish)dresser a Chinese red for our bedroom a few years ago. The red adds a nice focal point without being jarring. And, if I would have had the piece then, I certainly would have considered putting it in my son's room.

Nina said...

no i don't think red would be too energizing. but my son's room was very soothing and sweet - light blue - and he's slept in it once in his life so...I don't think color has much to do with it ;)
i love that deer picture. so sweet.

Betty said...

LOVE the deer with the dotted bedding. Love the red dresser too, but brown + red is not as complementary as brown + blue. Baby blue is overdone, though (and bold and bright is SO much more fun!). I say go with a bright peacock blue, turquoise, or teal for the dresser. Have fun!

katie jo said...

Is it bad that the deer painting alone made me want a baby, just so I could decorate a nursery with it????

Maddie said...

I love this nursery! Do you have any red and aqua nursery ideas? (Wouldn't that marry your two ideas?)

Maddie

http://www.xoxodecoratewithlove.blogspot.com

Inha said...

DO it! Love Sharon Montrose's work! Dwell and a pop of red are fabulous anytime :)

thoroughlymoderntilly said...

Love it all and love red. But if you're thinking it's too much why not try a pop of cobalt or lapis sort of blue. Still a bold and bright color and blue but won't scream "baby". :)

Becca said...

I love red, but if you are having a boy, I would go with a blue. Still an energizing blue, but just blue over red.

But the picture and bedding - L.o.v.e. SUPER cute.

pam@pixelimpress said...

ala jenny, i am painting a 2-drawer chest. not red. but a dark bluish-teal, called rainstorm by sherwin williams. it is the most amazing color. i can't stop staring at it. it would look great with your browns. pam

NCavillones said...

I vote for red! Goes better with brown, anyway. :D

Angela said...

I vote for red. Your guy will love it.
And make sure to include a little chair in your nursery. My girl loves hers!
http://mirabellabedell.blogspot.com/2009/10/15-months-old.html
Angela B.

maggie said...

fab!!!

Hip Hip Gin Gin said...

Lovely ideas. I would go ahead with the red dresser, it will be great! Sure, red is an energizing color but the only time that is not a good thing is during sleeping times when the baby will be in the crib anyway. I wouldn't paint the walls red, but anything else in the room, go for it!

Polly R said...

I love that baby deer picture! Yeah I think those ideas are really nice and individual :) I like the idea of the red if it's a really deep, dark red - not too bright! xx

Meaghan Clark said...

don't do baby blue it is too cliche and will make him think he's supposed to like blue because he is a boy - unless you plan on doing the room again soon!

spoony said...

Red and brown are so cute. Masculine without being too pushy and cliche (because you are having baby boy, right?)! I feel it's important to not label children to a color at an early age. This is such a fresh approach!

Susan said...

I have that little deer on a pad from Sharon. Um, the red is nice...red can be too energizing no matter what anyone says/tells you. But a pop of it, if it's not in the baby's eye field all the time (while trying to sleep) is fine. Do like blue & brown though. Either way, very nice.

Chapman Interiors said...

YES!! Red dresser!! (use brass knobs too :)

How exciting!

Great little deer for inspiration too.. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

Amber said...

I love that idea! I am so over pastels or neons for kid's rooms. This seems like the kind of room a kid could get creative with!

Whitney A. said...

Go red! Prime colors are supposed to foster creativity in babies. Maybe it's just a myth, but it can't hurt, right?

Rachael Bruno said...

I'd also like to suggest Catherine Ledner's Animal Prints as an option. She photograph's animals from A to Z against wonderful wallpapered backgrounds! You can find her prints here http://www.catherinesanimals.com/.

Enjoy! Rachael
http://rachael-passingnotes.blogspot.com/

BARGAIN BEX said...

you must, must, must frame that little deer/dear of a picture above your wee one's crib. must.

Joanna said...

LOVE your first idea. I actually have that very same photo of the baby deer! It would look adorable in a nursery.

Kate said...

I'm not crazy about brown and red together, especially in a little guy's space. Chocolate brown and baby blue is one of my favorite color combos, but to avoid the cliche, I'd go for lemon yellow.

Melanie said...

Ooh, I like the concept. Especially the pop of red. But if you want to mimic the deer print a bit more closely, I would choose a less graphic print. Or smaller dots. I'm not sure.

Laura said...

just don't forget a lamp! you'll want a soft source of light for all those late night visits...

http://lampstore.com/kidslamps/boys

Christina Song said...

i'd prefer a lighter, softer color ;)

Anonymous said...

That poor deer. I'm so tired of all of the "acceptable" animal abuse that goes on - like that killer whale incident. That deer looks miserable.

Summer said...

I love the red and brown. My friends and I are actually knitting a baby blanket that's red and brown. I think it's tres moderne. :)

Aubonheur said...

Red and baby blue are both very lovely options, but what about orange?

I feel like orange is often forgotten or dismissed very quickly, when it shouldn't be! There are so many shades! You can even delve into Pale Orange Land while easily avoiding the Dreaded Pink.

nichole said...

I have that deer photo! It looks so sweet in my 2yo's room. I love this idea, and also the addition of red. ;)

Sharon said...

Dear "Anonymous",

That deer was actually rescued. And certainly NOT abused. Even though she does not live in the wild (where she could be shot and killed, actually) - She would not be alive today if she had not been saved, hand fed, loved and brought back to health by the people who allowed me to photograph her.

Best,
Sharon

KT said...

That baby deer photo is precious!!!

Ayla said...

Its all so cute! Amazing choices. My mom says that when me and my brother were really little we had a bathroom that was painted bright red and we used to drag all our toys in there and play in the bathroom all day and she thinks its because of the colour! It is exciting and stimulating, but when it is dark and the baby should be sleeping he won't see red, so I think you're okay!

bussbuss said...

love the color combo and the red, but it might be too much. back when we were dating (long distance), the hubs painted his bedroom red and woke up every morning agitated. the red room only lasted a week! but this would just be a pop of red, but i dunno, i wouldn't want to risk a grumpy baby. :) looks so good though....

veronica said...

go for red
there will be tons of baby blueish around anyway, and the color red is fantastic, plus it can stay a little longer when baby blue is not so "in" anymore...

jessica quadra said...

i love the red dresser idea. i would love to decorate a baby girl's room in red & white gingham for a cowgirl theme, so i don't see red as being too much. yes, i think about these things even though i don't plan to have children for a few years. :)

Anonymous said...

Love your ideas, I am thinking more a shot of orange or coral rather than the primary red and a few bright cushions, but I am sure whatever you decide will be lovely, and a baby room is only for so long and then it changes.

Shelb and Ry said...

I love love love your ideas! and I say, stick with RED!

--Shelby

Carrie said...

I think a blue dresser with the brown would be awesome.

Lisa Golightly said...

Love all those ideas. my son's bed is painted red and i love it ( and so does he)

Hamptontoes said...

I think the dear photo would be great and I love the idea of a red dresser. If the rest of the room is neutral the dresser will be a nice pop...yet still subtle sinc you aren't mixing other primary's. When are you due?

Anonymous said...

I think a pop of red isn't too much for a nursery. Made me think of the nursery I saw ages ago on the blog Ali Loves Curtis: http://alilovescurtis.blogspot.com/2009/03/where-i-am.html
The sea green + red + brown looks great I think.

Paige said...

so adorable! the one piece of advice i wish i was given was to not spend a fortune on crib bedding. the bumpers come out so soon when they start scooting around. i just thought i would pass it along.

i love the deer photo!!

Tamar said...

I vote for baby blue!

S & H said...

The pop of red would be perfect in a nursery. I did the same in mine (also for a boy) and it added just the right balance to the other pale colors that we used for his room. Have fun!

jadelees said...

i love the colour red for a babies nursery! i think its one of those unisex colours that is so vibrant and energising! PLUS, if it was painted red it is something that he could keep all the way through childhood/ the teenage years: cause honestly who wouldnt love a bright red vintage dresser?!

Lulu said...

http://psychology.about.com/od/sensationandperception/a/colorpsych.htm

if you scroll down and click on "Choose a color to learn more" it gives you a better understanding of what emotions certain colors evoke.

hope that helps =] i love the picture of the little deer! its so darling!

-Lulu

Faith said...

My vote is for blue. But only because I ADORE the look of blue and brown together!

Can't wait to see the little guy!

kristy said...

i LOVE the idea for your nursery (: and the vintage red dresser is beautiful. i don't think its too energizing at all, i think it's a great color to stimulate the little's one creative side (:

casey said...

i love the idea of red. it's unexpected and cheerful and will add a great pop of color. blue doesn't seem to fit your modern aesthetic, it's too traditional.

mama bear said...

I love red! I think it's great in a kids room. Apparently babies like contrast... so I'm told.

So exciting Joanna! xx

Josephine said...

I'll second the suggestion put forward by The Panic Room – a few red highlights at first to see if you liked the overall effect. Besides I wouldn't want a baby too 'energised' at bedtime ;-)
I'm a big fan of Sharon Montrose's photos - we have the owl hanging in our hallway – and the cot sheets are a great choice, they'll hide all manner of baby 'events'!

Have fun putting it all together. I'm in the same boat actually. Our first little one is due in mid-May!

rachel said...

your nursery will be so adorable. I love the red too.

Happenstance said...

I first bought Dwell's chocoloate dots sheets and bedding for our daughter's crib. Now she's in her "big girl" bed and we still use it for her little brother's crib. Except for I use the dots comforter on her bed so they match since they share a room. I also think you should absolutely paint the vintage dresser red because everything else you will get as a gift will 99.9% be baby blue. So the red will offset the "baby" colors. So fun!

Amber99 said...

I like baby blue or green for the dresser. But don't put anything over the crib just to be safe.

Lily said...

I love the red! I think it gives a room a lot of personality! :)

Rebecca said...

I have one of Sharon Montrose's prints - I just love them!

Giovanna said...

i think the red is awesome. i'm kind of sick of seeing pastels in a nursery. red is bold and exciting, just like a new baby.
ps. those chubby legs are making me die. holy cuteness.

Anonymous said...

I adore baby blue and brown. Lovely ideas and I do like the red too. Can't wait to see how it all looks. White cribs are lovely too.

cassaundra said...

i think that picture is super sweet.. perfect for a nursery! and i think baby blue would be perfect for the dresser!

Kristine said...

I totally fell in love with that red desk project, too! So much so that I found a similar dresser on Craigslist. Five cans of Rustoleum's Saftey Red Spray Enamel later (and some shiny new brass hardware) I have my own new credenza. It's the most perfect shade of red for home furniture! I'd love it even more in a nursery. Do it!

missjunebug said...

Love it! Babies adore the color red, so I'd say go for it! It will be so great looking.

Michelle said...

I have read somewhere that red (and black was the other one, but I am sure brown would work :) is a great color to help a baby's eyes adjust/develop and is great for a nursery. I wish I remember more about what I read, sorry! Anyway, I say that is a pretty good excuse to go for the bold red!!!

Alecia said...

Love the deer print. Adorable.

I like the idea of red, but think it's too bright for a nursery. I'd definitely go with the blue. Yes, red is good for baby's eyesight and brain development, but the baby will probably spend most of his/her WAKING time in a room with you guys in other rooms and not the nursery. Save the red for toys. When in the nursery, it will most likely be SLEEPING, so I'd go with soothing colors. Just my opinion.

Elizabeth said...

That print is so cute!

Cathi said...

Those colors are fabulous! :)

Jennifer said...

That's a gorgeous red dresser...

Becky said...

Sorry for the late comment! I just wanted to say red is the PERFECT color for a nursery - infants can only see bright colors for the first part of their lives, so they can't actually see muted pastels nearly as well. But red is perfect because it is more vibrant, and so it will stimulate much more so than the pastel blue (which will not be as easy for the baby to distinguish from gray).

Sadie at heyMamas said...

Those are the best pair of legs I have seen in a while ;)

Sadie at heyMamas

Little Lovables said...

great ideas! the burst of red will be great, it's one of the best colors for newborn's vision

Theresa said...

I love the photo of the baby deer.

Engracia said...

yes, yes, go with the red dresser a girlfriend of mine did and it looked amazing with the light coloured cot she went with. Love the sheets and print as well can't wait to see the finished room.
Cheers
Engracia

The Lil Bee said...

Definitely the red.

Anonymous said...

If you want to push the whole deer idea, they have baby deer lamps at Kisan store on greene st. they don't have them on display, but you should ask the staff about them.

battlingthedinosaurs said...

I love the red vintage dresser.
Though I am suggested that if you do choose to go with the red, that you should keep everything else in the room should have soothing color.

Lis said...

I think the red is great. that whole scene looks perfect.

Richa said...

I am not so sure about the bright red. A few pops of red in an otherwise soothing palette would be my way to go.

All the best.

Elisa Shere said...

Love the print, love the Dwell print. I'm not sure about the red, I had red in my room in my as a child and I was wild (okay, I may have been wild anyway). I think calming colors are best for children and really, for any bedroom. Have fun choosing, it's so exciting!

Leighanne said...

I LOVE the red dresser! and i like that it's not traditional baby blue.
maybe you can get some more ideas from this:
http://smallnotebook.org/2010/02/19/lane-toms-shared-nursery-tour/

Suzanne (HipKid) said...

I love the brown dots. While a baby I would paint the dresser baby blue and when he/she is older paint it red. That's what I did for my son's room and it looked great (he's now 8).

Kelly's Adventures said...

Studies show that babies are attracted to the colors red, white, and black so red might just be the perfect color.

K said...

Bright blue fo sure

jodi said...

babies and children actually see cool tones when they look at red so don't be concerned that it will create a hyperactive child. I can't wait to see the end result. Isn't dwell studio just amazing! x

Anonymous said...

Regardless of whether this deer was rescued, I still view the photography of the deer as a form of abuse - as do many people who I have asked. That had to have been a scary situation for that deer, and it must be a scary situation for many of the other (non-pet) animals photographed by this person. It's cruel. And it is a shame that people don't think about these things just because they want to follow some animal-as-decor trend.

Taylor said...

I have a good friend that painted a vintage dresser high-gloss red for her son's nursery...it looks fabulous and is just the right amount of energy for the space...brown would balance it out so go for it!!

Zana Fauzi said...

I go crazy every time I see red stuffs!

Bangkok J said...

Red! Yes! From what I've read, babies can't really distinguish between different colored pastels. Red, black, and white send the strongest visual signals to babies' brains. Go bright!

~J
Quarterlife Curiosity

destined to design said...

Love all these ideas! I don't think the red is too overpowering - it's punchy and fun!

Rachel Elizabeth said...

We are trying to figure out the same stuff right now. Its so fun looking at baby items!

Lichen Frank said...

I love red, and I'm all for bright colors in the nursery. More on my painted nursery opinions at www.blinkblots.blogspot.com

pve design said...

I think whatever color you pick, make it something you love. Things change. I am loving light colors now. I could see it in a pale icy daquiri color, or even the palest hint of blush. I love a little pink for boys too.
pve

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