This fantastic nursery renovation caught my eye and I knew I had to share. Parents Luke and Brooke took this dark wood paneled room and transformed it into a calming space to comfortably fit their baby boy.
See more of this sweet little bedroom below!
I really love the neutral palette. The natural wood knobs on the dresser/changing table and the tiny shelves are just a few of the small details that really pull everything together.
The chair is an especially well-done IKEA hack with an added swivel bottom to turn it into a rocker -- making it a perfect place to sit and snuggle or feed the baby.
It's fun to find all the little foxes placed throughout the room, and you can never go wrong with a classic Jenny Lind crib.
This nursery is chock-full of personal touches. From the hand-sewn valances, to the bedding and custom closet nooks, it's truly a job well done! I love the small pops of color here and there and the overall rustic yet polished feel it manages to evoke.
*You can read all about the details and see many more before-and-after photos of this space on Brooke's blog, Life in Bridgetown.
Is this woodsy room just your type of thing or do you prefer to work with less of theme? Tell me, I want to know!