Before her blogging career, Gabrielle was designer and art director in New York. Now she gets her creative fix seeking out, writing about, or giving away all things well designed. If she's not online, you can find her dreaming of sugary treats and doing cool things with her family.
After 8 years in New York and a stopover in Colorado, she currently lives in the French countryside where she and Ben Blair are raising Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty & Flora June. And eating lots of cheese.
With some clever DIYs, a few thrifted finds, and a lot of natural light, this peaceful nursery for baby Tristan is soft and inviting in all the right ways, a perfect room for baby. The crib and armoire were both Craigslist finds for $50 a piece. Talk about scoring big!
If you had to pick a perfect shade of gray to paint your nursery walls, the one pictured above just might be it. Paired with bright white furniture, a few gold fixtures, and splashes of blushy pink, this nursery is as lovely as it is simple and calm.
Bringing a new baby into the family can be quite the (welcome) disruption, but babies are so unpredictable and it can be a bit of an adjustment! Having a nursery as a calm and quiet place to retreat to is a wonderful thing, especially when it's as warm and welcoming as this one. With neutral walls and natural finishes, spending time in this space would be a welcome escape!
What's your policy on toys in your child's bedroom? Yay or nay? Sometimes you don't have much of a choice which is why I knew I had to share this inspirational space that manages to make a bedroom and playroom work together seamlessly as one.
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This shared room just so happens to be located in a farmhouse on a family farm. It doesn't get much more idyllic than that, and this room for two sisters couldn't be more darling so let's dive right in and see the rest below!