FedEx, UPS, and USPS have all worked hard over the past year, but no one has been busier delivering precious parcels than the stork! As growing families feather the nest for their new arrivals, the nursery is the latest room of the house to become the decorating muse of our beloved Grandmillennial style — and a current object of our affection here at The Glam Pad.
A few years ago, Amy Berry’s designs were some of the first Grandmillennial-graced nurseries to catch our attention, and since then, spaces by Clary Bosbyshell and others have continued to use style elements that we love, such as chintz and soft color palettes paired with classic crib silhouettes and timeless furniture. Whether you are color scheming for an expected arrival from the stork, or hoping and praying for a baby-to-be, Andrea and I are pleased to share some of the Grandmillennial nursery projects that have ruffled our feathers recently, plus an inspired source list to keep the (ahem) non-avian package carriers bringing you bundles of baby joy! — Lacelliese
And for even more inspiration, we recommend Susanna Salk’s latest book Dream Rooms for Children: Inspiring Spaces for Sleep, Study, and Play, published by Rizzoli and scheduled for release in March!
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3. Sweet scalloped raffia lampshades.
4. An engraved, sterling silver rattle for baby’s first family heirloom.
5. Darling leather booties that will be a treasure long after they’re outgrown.
6. A quintessentially Grandmillennial wicker rattle.
7. This Hill House Home tummy time mat that makes us want one in yoga-mat size!
8. An avian-themed mobile in the spirit of the stork!