Now that we know that baby #2 is a little boy, I've been thinking about his future nursery a lot more than before and it's a little bit overwhelming for me.
With Micha's room I had years to dream up every little detail, I actually even made sketches (!), and his nursery is still my favorite room in our home up to this day.
But for little baby boy I haven't really had a strong sense of what I want his nursery to look like.
I want it to be different than Micha's room, the littlest guy needs to feel special too, but I also want to be able to reuse some of the colorful baby gear that looked so cute in Micha's room.
And how easy would it be if I can reuse all of the little blankets and sheets we used for Micha.
A similar look wouldn't just be practical, it's also a look that I just love so much.
Not too gender specific, colorful, not too baby-ish, clean and fresh, just the way I like it!
So, while I haven't been making any sketches yet, I have found out that a lot of the images I've been pinning for inspiration lately, have quite a lot in common.
You could summarize the look as: white, bright, colorful, simple, Scandinavian.
|image source: 1,2,3,4,5,6|
We painted one wall in Micha's nursery a chevron pattern and the other walls are blue.
But this time around I think we'll leave the walls white, and maybe paint the ceiling with a fun accent like in image #5.
An other way of bringing in color is a fun rug like in image #3.
I found the posters (image #2.) at Ikea and think they'll be an awesome starting point for the nursery.
I love the overall feeling of image #1. and the simplicity of image #7.
And of course I'll be making some cute decorations (like in image #4.) to really personalize the room.
I think I've found the look I've been looking for!
Can't wait to get started!