March 25, 2011
Jamie of I Suwannee and Furbish fame designed a nursery for our baby nugget as well.
And I love it.
And you should too because it is awesome.
Yummmmmy! I do love it After seeing your home in Rue (NIIIICCCCCE!!) I think this design fits right in! I’m wondering if you are going to go with one of these nursery designs you are featuring… we all look forward to seeing the final result!
Going back to your home in Rue… you know seeing it… seeing the humour married into the design… it has really given me inspiration to be a bit more adventurous. I’m really impressed with you Bailey! Cheers (virtual, virgin Shirley Temple)!
This is my favorite one yet! That crib is insane. Every child should be able to sleep in something as amazing as that
They just keep getting better and better. (And I already loved the first two!) The changing table and crib–how could you not use those?!
Bailey! First of all congrats on your home’s feature on Rue.
Secondly, gotta tell you that poster is totally rad. I have it in my baby’s nursery. In case you didn’t know, it’s by a Cuban/Spanish “graphic designer” Munoz Bach. I only know because, well I am Cuban/Spanish/American.
By the way, I live in Chicago (although I am from Miami, FL) as well. Feel free to visit my blog wheneva!
This one is definitely my favorite! I would live in that room and I am 25.
I need that ostrich table.
Awesome job, Jamie! You win! Best nursery yet.
Hi Bailey this is gorgeous, so colorful and fun! I just wrote a post about a baby girl nursery – funny it also has a chinese inspired changing table! Please come check it out and let me know what you think! And congrats with the baby girl, I am sure she will have the coolest room ever!
Eff the kids, I want that room….like yesterday!
That. Is. Killer! The touch of chinois. the colors, the rhino(!), and of course that crib. Delightful. Truly
Love it! How about this fabric for your baby?
YES. resounding yes.
I have to ask…where is your home in Chicago?! A new construction in the city. Looks like the Gold Coast?
It’s not new construction, it was a gut rehab of an 1800s home in Lincoln Park