Nursery Inspiration Board: Transit Authority

They say it takes a village to raise a child, so I’ve invited some fabulous bloggers to share their thoughts on motherhood. This week they’ll be discussing everything from pregnancy to newborns to baby gear for first-time moms. When I was designing Levi’s nursery, buymodernbaby was one of my go-to blogs for inspiration. Now, I’m happy to call Esther one of my blogging friends! Here is a very special inspiration board she created just for Bunny & Dolly.

I’m excited to be posting here this week during maternity/baby week.  PJ asked if I would do a nursery inspiration board for her sister who is due in March and I was thrilled with the challenge.  It’s always fun to put together a nursery board for someone else because they pick items or a theme that you wouldn’t necessarily gravitate to.

Her sister already selected the Transit Authority Crib Bedding from The Land of Nod, so I started this board with that as my inspiration.  This bedding naturally begs for a transportation theme, but I made sure not to go overboard with it.

 

Bunny & Dolly | Transit Authority Inspiration Board

1- Hangin’ Around Lamp in Dark Blue from The Land of Nod- $100
2- Up in the Air Mobile from Petit Collage- $66
3- Simple Wood Wall Clock from West Elm- $40
4- Transportation Signs from The Land of Nod- $65
5- Skip Changer Dresser from babyletto- $400
6- Skip Convertible Crib from babyletto- $400
7- Storytime Rocker from Nurseryworks- $650 & Fauna Terrier Pillow- $40
8- Slink Rug from CB2- $350
9- Transit Authority Crib Bedding from The Land of Nod

I hope she likes it and congrats PJ on your upcoming aunt-hood!

Thanks, Esther! I had no idea I’d love two-tone wood furniture as much as I do in this inspiration board. I might have to buy my nephew his very own Fauna Terrier pillow so he and I can have matching pillows (go BU!).

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3 Responses to “Nursery Inspiration Board: Transit Authority”

  1. Adrienne says:

    PJ – I LOVE two tone furniture. We got some from the Young America collection for Hunter and it really looks more masculine in a way. We went with espresso wood (so a dark brown) with the natural wood accents and it really just looks fantastic.

  2. Rachel says:

    Thank you PJ and Esther!! I’m sorry for my delayed comment, as this nursery is for my baby boy! But I LOVE it. I love that it stays within the theme, but it’s too overboard transit. First thing first – clear out the room and get some furniture! Then I can’t wait to decorate. Thanks again!

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