Lolly’s Nursery

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By Jenna.

We just moved to California in November so I wasn’t planning on doing much of a nursery for Lolly but nesting got in the way and it became the most important room in our house to complete! Since it had been almost six and a half years since I had bought anything for a baby (we didn’t buy much for our second boy poor thing ;)) I took the opportunity to make a really clean and simple room that reflected the design style I’ve acquired over the years. I love everything about how this room turned out and I’m so excited to share it with you today!nusery5(Above image courtesy of Rachel Clare Photography)

I’ve loved the Nursery Works Sleepytime rocker. This Grey/Ash color is an exclusive to Giggle and is gorgeous. I was surprised when it came at how comfortable it was. I wanted a really minimal design and not the traditional overstuffed rocker so I figured comfort would be compromised but it isn’t. I spend A LOT of time in this chair feeding miss Lolly and I love it. I bought this pouf from West Elm and it’s a perfect foot stool. It’s since sold out, but you can find similar here and here.

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This ‘Head in the Clouds’ pillow is also a fantastic Land of Nod item. I love ALL their whimsical pillows that add such a unique quality to a room.The small (faux) fur rug was a Home Goods purchase, but I found similar here and here.

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I wanted a space that was feminine but not plastered in bubble gum pink. Finding pieces in that perfect blush pink color was crucial and so when I came across this rug I was so thrilled. It came and is the perfect pink and also surprisingly cozy. Also after scouring every rug shop online I was super impressed with the price. $200 for such a well made 8 x 10 rug is a fantastic price and I can tell it will last us a long time. That darling elephant chair in the background is from Laura Davidson Direct. She has a ton of incredible kid’s size (and adult) chairs that I’m obsessed with.

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You’re going to think I’m insane but I’ve loved few things as much as this Oeuf Merlin Dresser. Obviously it’s a gorgeous design but the drawers are some kind of magic. They slow down as you close them so no tiny fingers get pinched and it closes in one fluid quiet motion! When you have 3 chaotic kids – it’s the little things, guys. Would totally recommend this dresser all day. Also, has this white glove shipping guarantee and the shipping guys brought this heavy sucker all the way up my stairs for which my nine month pregnant self was so grateful for!

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Another perfect blush purchase was this Sweet Street at Dusk Wall Canvas from The Land of Nod. It’s the perfect amount of whimsy and fun in the room without having too much of a ‘baby’ vibe. I definitely want this room to be able to grow with her as she does! Also you’re probably thinking ‘what is this grey contraption?!’ And I was too. My friend Amy recommended the Keekaroo Peanut Changing Pad to me and this is probably the #1 new baby product I would suggest every Mom buy. It is so soft, safe and comfortable for baby and best of all is that at 2am when she decides to pee all over herself and the changing table… it’s the easiest of clean up! The rose gold lamp pictured on the left is a true gem and can be found here.

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The Stokke Sleepi Crib is sort of a dream crib of mine. Since I was a little girl i’ve dreamed of having a oval crib for my babies and this is so beautifully designed and functional. This crib grow as the baby does and can go up to 10 years old! Blanket pictured is the Aden + Anais Daydream blanket which we’ve talked about before… it’s the softest blanket in all the land!


And since accessories make the room here are some of my favorites: Paper-Mache Zebra (on sale) // Periscope Floor Lamp // Winged Horses Mobil // Because Of You Print


I had to include a picture of Lolly girl dreaming away with her Aden + Anais sheets to send us off! I love this space so much and the peace and tranquility it provides us in the busy hours of the day and the still quiet hours of the night. I hope you like it!

baby girl nursery(Above image courtesy of Rachel Clare Photography)


  • Elyse
    January 26, 2015 at 9:56 am

    What type of plant is that?

  • Julia
    January 26, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    This looks lovely and so peaceful.

  • Joan
    January 26, 2015 at 5:35 pm

    Where are the curtain rods from?

  • Marie Roberts
    January 26, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    Lolly’s nursery is perfection, Jenna…you can tell there was a lot of love put into it. What a perfect space for your sweet girl.

  • diana
    January 27, 2015 at 12:48 am

    Calm and peaceful! Would love to know where you got those curtain rods (and curtains) as well!

  • Bettijo @ PagingSupermom
    January 27, 2015 at 10:13 am

    It’s darling Jenna! I would be happy to spend hours in that room 🙂

  • Sammi @Sunshine Recipes
    January 27, 2015 at 1:45 pm

    I had an imaginary friend named Lolly when I was a kid. I’ve never actually known anyone named Lolly!

  • Sandy
    January 27, 2015 at 3:50 pm

    The room is beautiful, Jenna! You look great in there with your new peanut. xoxo.

  • suzy
    January 27, 2015 at 6:01 pm

    love this super simple nursery! excited to start putting ours together for baby#1. 🙂

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    January 19, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    I love the Land of Nod canvas! Such a fun nursery!

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    April 1, 2016 at 9:10 am

    Beautiful nursery! Where is the pouf from?

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      April 4, 2016 at 7:51 pm

      West Elm!

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