The second instalment of our coverage of Baby Avery’s bohemian chic nursery features Yvette King’s journey in her own words. Without any further ado, here she is:
What was your inspiration for the nursery design and décor?
I wanted my daughter’s nursery to have a “Midsummer’s Night” inspired, dreamy and bohemian feel.
What drew you to évolur over other nursery brands?
I loved the simplicity of the crib. I wanted something simple and elegant.
Did the room pose any design challenges?
Her room is quite small, so we didn’t want to fill it with too much clutter, only the essentials.
Did you and your spouse agree on style, or did you blend styles and how?
My husband let me take the lead.. wise man 😉
What does this color scheme mean to you?
I chose a light gray paint to give the room an airy and calm feeling. The white furniture complimented the paint color really well.
What accessories did you choose and why?
Baby pink and coral bohemian accessories added a cute pop of color to her white and grey nursery. My mom made the custom floral letter hanging on the wall.
What is your favorite piece or design element in the nursery?
During my second trimester (when I had tons of energy) I decided to sand, prime, and paint the vintage dresser I found at a garage sale. It just needed some TLC and new hardware to make it a fabulous changing table.
Have you thought of how you will use the nursery pieces down the road and can you tell us?
I love that the crib and bookshelf will stay with her until she gets older.
Something interesting that happened before, during or after the pregnancy?
My husband and I had a long road to pregnancy, which made this process that much more special for us.
What one word comes to mind when you step into the nursery?