For this shared nursery, the designer wanted to create a gender-neutral space that was full of color and texture. The bright green wallpaper set a vibrant tone—and has the perk of being removable, should tastes or design needs change.
This Moon Marquee light was a special addition to the nursery as it brought out the stars in the wallpaper and gave them a twinkling glow. Designer secret: the cord for the playful night light was placed so it blends in perfectly with one of the tree trunks.
The designers used the traditional architectural bones of this stately dining room as a jumping off point for layering in a creative mix of eclectic details. A white marble oval dining table sits center stage with a dramatic backdrop of tree-covered wallpaper.
To bring the outdoors into this living room, the designer chose a soft green for the wall color and added an accent wall with a tree pattern. The vertical tree trunks have the added visual benefit of making the ceiling feel higher.
To add texture to this petite master bedroom, designers brought in neutral wallpaper with a forest pattern and a soft rug. Sculptural pendants over the nightstands are slim enough not to take over and make for intimate lighting.
The star (and moon) of the room? The beautiful accent wall papered with a whimsical birch forest twinkling with stars and a friendly crescent moon. It's a sweet serene setting that will grow along with Baby.