I was so excited to design this space! I knew I wanted something with an organic feel, that was neutral enough so Aria could grow with the space. When I saw these banana leaves from Rocky Mountain Decals I knew that they had to be the feature portion of her room! What I loved about these decals was how easy they were to apply and how eventually if we wanted to reposition them we can always remove and reuse them somewhere else.
When selecting the furniture, again we wanted something that would grow with her. Her crib will eventually turn into a toddler bed and then a double bed, which will last her many years. We fell in love with the rocking chair from Monte Design, a Toronto made furniture company, simply because of its sleek and modern look. Eventually, if Aria doesn’t care to keep the chair in her room we can relocate the chair to another room in the house OR if we decide to have another child, this rocking chair is gender neutral can work in a boys room if we have a boy.
To make this room a little girly and fun, we added hints of pink in the accessories and artwork throughout the room. These are all easily changed when she grows older and beings to have her own taste in decor. The rug was too cute to pass up and I knew I had to add a llama theme throughout the space!
Catch more about the pieces in the nursery on my Cityline Nursery Reveal Segment!