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Monday, August 20, 2012

Mood Board Monday: building blocks

Hi there!!! It's been a while, I know. Don't get too excited, I am just popping in to let you know I am still here. School does not start until after Labor Day, so I am still on my "blogging vacation." However, since I love Sarah's Mood Board Mondays so, and her choice of John Robshaw Textiles was right up my alley, I couldn't resist!

All of the textile combos that Sarah chose were fabulous, making it difficult to choose. The idea to do a sophisticated nursery brewing in my head, when I came across this crib, (a high style, screaming deal)...


 the choice was simple....


 The pattern on the crib prompted me to tweak the textiles a bit, but I love the way this room came together. The various pieces from the chair and ottoman, to the desk are high quality, "building block" pieces that can follow this child through all phases or move to another room in the home. 
The Madura Vista fabric would make sumptuous window panels mounted on traditional brass curtain rods. The other fabric, Twine Light Indigo, would be used for pillows, basket liners and other accents. A pale chambray blue on the walls and brass accents throughout the room give this space a soft, timeless look.

building blocks

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That's it for now, I'll be back after Labor Day! I can't wait to share with you a few of the projects I have been working on. Enjoy what's left of your Summer!

Does your room need a “prescription” for a change of decor, function or design? If so please contact me, I would love to help your room feel better with a Room Rx.

10 comments:

Laura Orr said...

Such a beautiful room! It is very sophisticated! And one that will grow with the child! I love that book shevles and that crib is amazing for such an incredible deal!!

My Crafty Home Life said...

I love all the blue and brown. I am feeling the love of blue, too.

Nancy said...

You tease! I got all excited thinking you were back! Good for you for unplugging for a while and enjoying your family. Enjoy your time. Love the mood board.
Nancy
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pam {simple details} said...

Glad to see you couldn't resist! :) I saw her fabrics last night and was wondering...beautiful, as usual! Can't wait to see what you've been up to, I've missed you!

Holly said...

I love seeing my little Google Reader pop up with a (1) for Room Rx - good to see you popping in my friend. I've missed you too and can't wait to see what you've been up to - I bet you've got lots of material stashed for some action packed posts. It's so funny how all of the school schedules are so different throughout the US. Our schools are mostly the same as you - they go back prior to Labor Day and then return again after Labor Day. And love what you did with this room Cathy, did you have a boy or girl in mind? Because I thought it would work really well for both.

Annie @ House on Rene said...

Good to see you again my friend! Glad you are enjoying the summer and getting some stuff done!

What a chic nursery! I'd love it in my own home. Very versatile! Great job.

Jenn said...

YAH! Good to see you! I hope your summer is going well :).

This nursery is just -- WOW! So beautiful and sophisticated. That crib is an amazing find and all the patterns and textures in the room are just gorgeous.

Enjoy the rest of your blogging break! :)

Sarah said...

Hi, Cathy!!! I'm so excited that you came out of your blogging break to do MBM, thank you so much!! Yay for nurseries:) Love this room. Totally cool that you added in another JR fabric after finding that perfect crib. Some of my favorite elements in this room are the industrial book shelf and the art (both the horses and silhouettes). Such a great mix. And definitely all pieces you could build on. And Holly is right, this is all actually gender-neutral! What a beautiful mood board, thank you for taking the time to join us! Enjoy the rest of your break!

Lizzie @ PrettyCityThings said...

Such a sophisticated yet still really fun nursery. I love the gold accents and the masculine/industrial/vintage vibe you've got going on. And I agree - it would totally grow with its occupant.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

What a great post! I am actually designing a nursery for a client as we speak. Gone are the days of pink or blue baby rooms. Now, the style is chic and sophisticated!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

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