We reached out to Mignonne Goldberg regarding her soon-to-arrive baby boy’s nursery and she shared with us some pictures of the nursery featuring our Santa Fe Collection in Antique Brown finish in all it’s neo-traditional, classic splendor.
“We want furniture that our son would be able to have until he was a teen, so good quality furniture is a must! We also wanted a classic design that would not go out of style after a couple of years. We could not be happier with how it came together.” She says.
And the result speaks for itself. Since we don’t have too many pictures, we will go straight to the Q&A and album.
What was your inspiration for the nursery design and décor?
As all busy parents our nursery was previously our guest room. We liked the art we had on the walls, so we simply painted the room light blue and added some sports ball decals to give it more of a child’s room touch.
What drew you to évolur over other nursery brands?
The quality! We want furniture that our son would be able to have until he was a teen, so good quality furniture is a must! We also
wanted a classic design that would not go out of style after a couple of years. We could not be happier with how it came together.
Did the room pose any design challenges?
No, we were pretty lucky that it came together fairly easily.
Did you and your spouse agree on style, or did you blend styles and how?
We have very similar taste in decorating, so it was an easy decision picking the crib and two dressers.
What does this color scheme mean to you?
There is no deep meaning. We just wanted a classic boy look.
What accessories did you choose and why?
We chose the changing table with the laundry basket and three drawers built in because it is extremely convenient to have all diaper
supplies right there and the laundry basket to toss the dirty clothes in.
We are a keep it simple family, so we chose a convertible crib with two matching dressers because it is a classic bedroom and it will grow with our son. Plus it is fantastic to know you won’t have to go buy new furniture. The crib grows with your child into a toddler bed and then into a full-size bed.
What is your favorite piece or design element in the nursery?
The ability for the room/furniture to grow with our son.
Have you thought of how you will use the nursery pieces down the road and can you tell us?
We picked a classic design and a convertible crib, so the furniture can grow with our son.
What one word comes to mind when you step into the nursery?