All of my friendlies are having babies.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t be inspired by all the baby making going on. Don’t get any ideas boytoy.
I’m just saying that I do enjoy looking at all of your pin boards chock full of nursery goodness.
I’m so inspired that I am going to create a nursery mood board for our fictional twins. Because in a perfect world you would knock a boy AND girl out in one try.
So while I am probably giving both of our mothers heart palpitations right now, I present our baby rooms. And no, we are not expecting. Double negatives means I’m serious.
So get off the “you’re next” bus y’all, I don’t drink the kool-aid.
Okay…you can call me predictable on this one. Gray will be the last name so the color is a given, and hello look around…we are kind of obsessed with all things that live in saltwater.
I feel like a lot of this you could DIY…specifically buying a used crib and painting it navy. Making a cute fishie mobile and if you are really brave, I bet you could make that boat.
The awesome crib is so different from your typical white or brown. I love it, and it’s so nautical, so I’m lusting.
The paint….Gray of course is Benjamin Moore’s, Graytint.
I think the mobile is such a sweet take on something that can be totally tacky. I would love to paint it a bright glossy red and let my baby dream of sweet whales singing to him all night long. Maybe I will put on whale songs.
The gorgeous jute rug is a really good way to bring in texture and curves. Who knew a rug could be so spicy.
The bedding is my favorite. It’s patriotic and ocean-esque but still classic and best of all it doesn’t have ducks on it.
The clock and rocking boat are fun ways to incorporate a theme into the room and make it feel cohesive and fun. I woulda killed for one of those boats to cruise around in.
Overall, I would say our non-existent baby boy will be quite a catch. Ok that was cheesy, but as long as he doesn’t think having a sailor room means he can talk like one….I’ll be a happy mama.
Not what you expected eh? Who does blue and green in a girls room you say…..we do. Little miss will inevitably love mermaids, so call me a psychic when I say her colors are sea foam green, coral, and oyster pearl blue.
My favorite thing in the whole room is the Ombre Curtains. I know it’s a big fad right now, but the ruffles make it so girly and they really do remind me of the ocean.
Like the post before, a plain ol’ crib is not going to cut it. So I went with this freaking adorable coral crib.
The picture frame is made of seashells and of course this imaginary kids room will be full of photo shoot memories. I also love the print that says, “The World is Your Oyster”. It is indeed little merbaby.
And isn’t the light fixture incredible? I am really putting it on my Christmas list. I’m a planner you know!
The paint is none other than Behr’s, Seafoam Pearl.
Talk about some stylin and profilin kiddos. Can I just remind you that I am not pregnant and this was just for fun, mmkay thanks!