Vintage Gray Nursery Will Make New Moms Swoon With Delight

Baby 5

I am one who appreciates that fine line between comfort and style and loves it most when the two are blurred together, as in the case of this gorgeous nursery for baby Henry. It's about as pulled together and perfect as a nursery could be, just right for baby. And yet, I can't help but want to sit myself down in the corner and keep this room for myself, because it looks so plush and sophisticated! 

See more photos and details from this lush space below:

The oversized windows bathe the room in light and I have to say, I'm a big fan of the long curtains skimming the floor. Function and style, yes! 

The credenza turned changing table serves a dual purpose and was a (major) estate sale score. 

You can't see it in this photo but the arrows above this arrangement are attached to the wall with washi tape, so cool! I really love the artwork and special photos arranged here, and the triangle mobile really pulls everything together seamlessly.

I really dig the thoughtful details found throughout the room and appreciate the nod to old westerns and other fun, vintage inspired touches. 

 

I often find myself drawn to nurseries like this one with a more mature vibe and wonder if I'm not in the minority? Are you a fan of the more grown-up inspired space, or do you prefer a nursery with a definite childish feel? Do tell!

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nonmember avatar Mara

I don't care for it, but I did go to high school with the mom (Ashley). It's on her sister's site.

the4m... the4mutts

I definitely prefer a more "adult" feel to kids' rooms. Less you have to change as they grow.

That being said, I dont like this nursery. It would get dirty too fast.

Knitt... KnittyTina

I love the mid century look going on here and my son's room is done in gray because that room was our office and we didn't know what we were having, so figured the gray would like nice and then we could put fun pops of color on the walls.  Classic and nice.  The credenza looks great too and probably stores a lot inside and it will grow with the child into adulthood too.

Sarah Wiedmaier

I LOVE this nursery! And isn't that an Alison Show mobile? Love her!

Margaux Laskey Garapolo

i think it's beautiful, and i too veer towards more mature so you can invest in pieces that will grow with the child. i think the double image of the the lone ranger pointing a gun is an odd choice for a nursery though!

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