DESIGN | Hygge & West Daydream Nursery Inspiration

After finding out that we were expecting our first baby, I couldn’t wait to begin putting together the nursery! I wanted to wait an appropriate amount of time before making final decisions and purchasing items, so I bided my excitement with room mood boards and pinterest boards.

While neither of these designspiration boards {did I just make that word up?} will become a reality in the Hall Home {more on that below}, they were such fun to put together that I thought I would share!

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NURSERY DESIGN OPTION ONE:
BRIGHT & BOLD BABY NURSERY

My inspiration for our baby’s nursery began with this blue and coral Hygge & West Daydream wallpaper by Julia Rothman. Bright and bold yet amazingly gender neutral (in my opinion). I love this print and its fun colors and was able to pull together my initial ideas and plans for the room almost instantly!

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SOURCES //

Wallpaper: Julia Rothman Daydream in Blue  //  Hygge & West
Curtains: Aina White Linen  // IKEA
Curtain Trim: Yellow Pom Pom  //  Joann’s
Dresser & Side Table Paint Color {painting a dresser we already own}: Stone  //  Land of Nod
Crib: DaVinci Jenny Lind Crib painted Coral OR Childcraft London Euro Convertible Crib  //  Target
Crib Sheet: Marine Queen Gold Dot Fitted Crib Sheet  // Land of Nod
Crib Skirt: Early Edition Crib Skirt in Khaki  // Land of Nod
Mobile: Pom Pom Mobile in Blush/Dijon  // BlaBla Kids  OR Yellow Bird Delux Bamboo Mobile // PetitCollage
RugClark Two Tone Soft Jute Rug  // Pottery Barn
Rocker: DIY this Home Decorators Collection Slipcover Chair into a rocker with this tutorial
Throw: Turkish Towell Dark Blue  // Indigo & Lavendar via Domino

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NURSERY DESIGN OPTION TWO:
LIGHT & WHITE BABY NURSERY

Calm, soothing and as beautiful as a new baby. The alter-ego of my Bright & Bold Baby Nursery inspiration was centered around the same Hygge & West Julia Rothman Daydream wallpaper but in the more gentle Green colorway. Green, an all-time favorite color of mine {and hue that is commonly regarded as ‘gender neutral’ …rolls eyes….} paired with bright whites and creams would create a light and airy space perfect for any tiny human. Keeping with the same elements for the nursery, I switched gears and softened the decor with these pieces:

Nursery Inspiration LIght & Bright Amanda Macy Hall

SOURCES //

Wallpaper: Julia Rothman Daydream in Green  //  Hygge & West
Curtains: Aina White Linen  // IKEA
Curtain Trim: Brown Sugar Pom Pom Trim  //  Sugar Pink Boutique
Dresser & Side Table Paint Color {painting a dresser we already own}: Stone  //  Land of Nod
Crib: Childcraft London Euro Convertible Crib  //  Target
Crib Sheet: Dream Girl Crib Fitted Sheet in Aqua Dot  // Land of Nod
Crib Skirt: Early Edition Crib Skirt in Khaki  // Land of Nod
Mobile: Pom Pom Mobile in Blue/Green  // BlaBla Kids  OR Wool Felt Cloud Mobile // Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
RugClark Two Tone Soft Jute Rug  // Pottery Barn
Rocker: DIY this Home Decorators Collection Slipcover Chair into a rocker with this tutorial
Pillow: Cloud Pillow Blue  //  BlaBla Kids OR Organic Cotton Cloud Pillow  //  werkunstoff on etsy
Throw: Turkish Towell Dark Blue  // Indigo & Lavender via Domino

So, as it turns out… the wall that we wanted to wallpaper was a whopping 6ish inches too large for us to be able to use 1 roll of the Hygge & West Julia Rothman Daydream wallpapers. We just couldn’t justify purchasing another roll of $150 paper to cover 6ish inches. So with seriously saddened hearts {for real though…!} we said goodbye to our wallpaper dreams and have moved on to another design element for the main wall in the nursery. {BTW…this. changes. everything.}

New ‘designspiration board’ coming soon….!

// amanda macy

neutral-shiplap-nursery-inspiration-design-board-amanda-macy-hall-2The Evolution…View the design mood board >

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