This Washington DC mom used miles of style to get this crisp, modern elephant themed nursery. And, we were happy to help with our elephant wall decals.
She tells us, “Your elephant wall decals are so cute! I loved how I was able to mix and match to create the look I was going for. And, I love that your wall decals are made of eco-friendly fabric. The texture is great!”
We couldn’t resist asking her to share her decorating inspiration and are so glad she was willing. She tells weeDECOR, “I love to travel and I love elephants. When I go places, I always look for elephant knickknacks. When I found out I was expecting, I thought it would be fun to create an elephant themed nursery bringing into the baby’s room much of the elephant décor I had purchased over the years.”
She adds, “I also can’t resist Restoration Hardware Baby&Child bedding for their simple and modern style. And, since we didn’t want to find out the gender of our baby ahead of time, it made sense to stick with baby bedding in a neutral green.”
Mom purchased Restoration Hardware Baby & Child’s modern polka dot crib sheeting featuring silver sage and chocolate brown dots. She paired it with their 240-thread-count percale gathered crib skirt in silver sage and chocolate piping.
Her chair and ottoman is from Daisy Baby in Bethesda, a fabulous baby boutique (she tells us) for moms in the area.
Mom finished off baby’s room with elephant themed wall décor. Above the top of her crib, she aligned four of our small elephant wall decals in mocha and brown and added a touch of green with two green wall decal shrubs on either side. She also accented the nursing corner above her glider with another elephant, a tall palm tree (in small) and a few more shrubs. And, she hung an elephant print right above her changing table.
One of the things that makes her elephant themed nursery so crisp and modern is she used lots of light colors and white in the room that make her chocolate brown décor choices – her glider, her brown crib bumper ties, and her chocolate brown rug border – visually “pop”. Just darling!