Tatum’s Nursery Reveal!

Now it’s finally time for the big reveal! I hope you didn’t have to wait too too long! (Leslie ;)) While we did a lot for Liam’s room, I do feel like a lot more creativity on Paul and my part went into the implementation of the actual room!

We wanted the room to be something she could grow with, that could be and we hope will be somewhat timeless! I started with the color palette of Coral, Gold, White and Grey and obviously got a lot of inspiration from Pinterest and Project Nursery.colorpallette

Gold is totally back in, and hopefully it won’t go back out too soon! We had the room painted, from what was previously a dark chocolate color throughout, to three sides white and one charcoal grey accent wall. Once the room was painted, Paul created a to-scale schematic of everything I was envisioning. He placed furniture, lamps and other accents/artwork, and even pre-measured polka-dots on three walls of the room. With Paul’s graphic design abilities and my vision, we should come up with an interior decorating firm! It’s definitely exciting to take something from concept to reality and be as pleased if not more pleased with the end result.

I wanted to go with a quasi retro 70’s feel, and you can definitely see that in the accents in the room.Our fun and unique incorporation of an iconic princess turned out to be something even cooler than we could have initially imagined and is certainly fitting of the hype currently going on with Star Wars! Check out the initial designs!

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While the designs are pretty amazing and helped us work through the process more seamlessly, the end result was even cooler than we could have hoped for and we hope you love it as much as we do!

Welcome to Tatum Claire Perdue’s domain!

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There are so many things we love about her room, but what really makes the room stand out is the awesome graphic we were able to put together for the closet! We used the same system that we used for Liam’s room, but created a totally unique style fitting of our little princess! Strong, unique, independent,  fun and so much more!

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Here are all the details! There are so many things to share!

Crib: Babyletto Mercer Crib (was previously Liam’s)
Dresser/Changing Table: Mid-Century Modern Style – From Paul’s Family
Ceiling Fan: Harbor Breeze Matte Black Flush Mount Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote (3-Blade)- Lowes
Closet System: allen + roth 8-ft White Wood Closet Kit at Lowes (FYI – “white” is off white – kind of a bummer, but that’s what doors are for!)
Closet Doors: KVARTAL – Triple curtain rail, aluminum color from IKEA. Paul and I created a graphic to fit the three panels from a pop art design we found online of Princess Leia
Sofa: Tufted and Upholstered Loveseat -Threshold™ – Target
Side Table: Mika Accent Table – Brown – Target

And of course the accessories and decor!
Tatum’s White and Coral Teepee: Found on Etsy! PlayTeePee Store
Lamps: Target again! Globe Floor Lamp & Gold Table Lamp
Curtains: Threshold™ Non Light Blocking Velvet Curtain Panel – Radiant Gray from Target…
Hamper: Lamont Home™ Carly Hamper in Sun Coral – Bed Bath & Beyond
Storage Bins: Fabric Cube Storage Bin 13″ – Threshold™ – Target
Wall Shelf: Threshold Linear 23″ Wall Shelf White – Another Target steal!
Comforter/Bedding: Custom order from Carousel Designs (thank you Gaga and Papa – Tatum will love it!)
Sofa Pillows: Pillows were a from various places – feel free to ask me!
Throw Blanket on Sofa: From TJ Max – Home Goods – that was just a lucky find!
Moroccan Poufs: Another etsy find! the marrakechlamp store.
Camera Photo Holders: Another Target find – spray painted two of them gold
Baby Blocks: My Mom and I made these blocks and I might post a separate blog later about the process – but she’s got some stylin’ baby blocks for sure!
Tatum String Art: Custom by yours truly with help of PerdueVision! Find out how we did that here!

If there’s anything else you’re curious about don’t hesitate to ask! Hope you enjoyed it! 🙂

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