Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Mary McDonald for Schumacher in the Nursery

Lately I have been consumed by nurseries, as we are expecting a baby boy this summer. And as you know, I am in the midst of decorating his nursery for the One Room Challenge. Therefore, I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the beautiful nurseries I have been admiring... for both boys and girls. Let's start with three exquisite nurseries decorated with fabric from Mary McDonald's line for Schumacher. The first two feature Chinois Palais, which happens to be one of my all-time favorite prints. All three baby girl nurseries also feature beautiful monograms and Lucite accents. They are sophisticated, glamorous, and elegant, and will transition beautifully into young adulthood.

For baby Scarlett, Hallie was able to recreate this antique monogram she found in a book of old monograms from Amazon. Lynn Wright with the Monogram Market in Houston turned it into a digital stitch file and customized the coloration to match the nursery.  The result is positively stunning!

I absolutely love this timeless look for a baby girl. Stay tuned for more beautiful nursery inspiration! 


  1. Such beautiful inspiration! I love every detail! Xoxo~Carrie

  2. Love that antique monogram. What a great idea. And those brass amimals are too cute.

  3. I love a beautiful nursery and these are all adorable. We just saw the chandelier in the third image this weekend and it is amazing in person. Can't wait for your sweet baby boy…

  4. Lovely! Now I have a few more ideas to add to the embroidery design list ...

  5. All sooo cute!! Makes me wish I was planning one too, oh what fun I had when I was...love the touch of a monogram, a must!

  6. Each of these nurseries is more lovely than the last! Lucky babies!!


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