A Neutral Safari Nursery: Client Project

It’s the third and final reveal of my traditional meets modern client project. Earlier this week I shared the dining and living rooms, the moody game room and today is all about the neutral safari nursery for their sweet babe.

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A Neutral Safari Nursery: Client Project

My clients waited until birth to find out what they were having. So when it came to designing the nursery, we kept it neutral. My client loved the idea of a safari theme, so we did that in a soft, muted palette. After my clients had their baby girl, we added a few elements to make the nursery feel more feminine, most notably the carved wood ceiling crib crown and drapery canopy.

I wanted to find a unique crib for my clients and something a bit out of the norm. The whitewashed house crib from Restoration Hardware was perfect. The carved wood crib crown and drapery elevates and softens the look of the crib.

My client chose a glider from LaZBoy. We accessorized with a soft mudcloth pillow, elephant side table and turned floor lamp. We added the pom pom trim to the lampshade to jazz it up a bit.

A gallery of baby animal prints are framed above the changing table dresser.

The oversized wool giraffe is an adorable addition and a large seagrass basket with a lid provides perfect hidden storage for toys or laundry.

The neutral-toned zebra rug is no longer available, unfortunately, but I’ve linked a couple of similar options below.

And of course, a sweet little shot of baby Jolie to round out the neutral safari nursery reveal. 😉

Shop the look:

Paint color: Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray

Photo credit: Roohi Photography

4 Responses

  1. Hi, what a darling nursery! I was looking for reviews of the Cole house crib from Restoration Hardware and found your website. Has your client given any feedback on the quality of the crib, or what did you think of it?

    Also, where did you get the elephant side table?

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