Thursday, October 29, 2015

A Palm Beach Inspired Nursery

Recently I stumbled upon this beautiful Palm Beach inspired nursery by Sara Bachman via Project Nursery, and I couldn't wait to share! Sarah was inspired by the Hollywood Regency style of West Palm Beach in addition to the palm leaf prints at the Greenbrier Hotel. She started this project knowing she wanted to use Thibaut's Tanzania as a backdrop, and from there she added coral and gold with green palm accents, and even a touch of flamingo. The results are stunning!...

Tommy Bahama Swaying Palms fabric makes a perfect accent.

The Dorothy Draper-inspired changing table is actually an Ikea hack! 

The chandelier is from Pottery Barn Kids.

This is the same Jenny Lind crib I used in my nursery, but in black!

The jute rug is from World Market

The Starburst mirror is from Home Depot!



I love every single detail! Click here to see more of this beautiful nursery. Want to see more Palm Beach Chic nurseries? This coral Chinoiserie nursery by Luxe Report Designs is one of my favorites, along with the vintage Miami Beach meets the Beverly Hills Hotel, also by Luxe Report Designs. And I designed a blue and white Palm Beach Regency nursery for my son.

4 comments:

  1. Andrea I adore every single thing about this adorable nursery, it is all just perfection. The fabrics make it sing and I love the wall of art!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena
    Artist Lesley Schiff

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  2. This nursery is just oozing with inspiration and style!

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  3. That will be one stylish tot....love how sophisticated it but still very girly and sweet.

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  4. This is so awesome. This would be perfect for my husband and I. We just bought a condo from http://sabbiabeachcondos.com/ and now we are awaiting new arrivals in our family. Thanks for sharing!

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