This adorable nursery feels alive and oh-so-fun with lots of bold, graphic prints and personality-filled accents like the rug and the zebra above the crib. The floor space is kept open thanks to two built-in bookshelves, and a large window all along one wall fills the room with light.
This transitional bedroom features a black metal bed frame, gray and white bed linens, and gray throw pillows. A white globe chandelier hangs above, while a black wood nightstand is positioned on either side. A wood table lamp, flowers and stack of green books sit atop each nightstand.
This nursery's pale yellow crib adds to the room's transitional vibe and really pops against the non-traditional black chalkboard walls. The whimsical arrangement of numbers and animal busts gives the room a playful, easygoing feel.
The niche between the two bookshelves is the perfect spot for the crib; in later years, a headboard will tuck neatly up against the wall. The gold polka dots on the back wall are brought out by the spherical gold pendants in the center of the room.
This view from the guest bathroom to the adjoining guest bedroom shows how one space transitions to the other. Three smart thermostats (one on each floor) that can be remotely operated and monitored help maintain desired temperatures and control energy bills.
Textile designer, Khristian A. Howell, says, "Put your feet first. A dramatic and easy way to change things up in a room is by bringing in a great rug. Sheepskin rugs are so wonderful for the winter months. They feel wonderful under foot, and bring lots of warmth into the room, while keeping a light airy feeling."