Vivi Charles’ Nursery

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Here are the pictures of Vivi’s nursery, all finished:

Nursery Inspiration

Shown is her white Jenny Lind crib, a large mirror behind her crib, and the plain white curtain panels, which are finished with a faux valance panel complete with a gold velvet “V.”  While I wasn’t able to find a chinoiserie chandelier within my budget, I found a pretty gold one from One Kings Lane on super sale, and I think it is perfect for the space!  Below are some of the details (see the links in the right margin by the top of this post to find where these items can be purchased).

Nursery Inspiration

The images above the black chest are “Flight of the Conchords” posters from Jason Munn (one of my favorite poster designers!).  Her room wouldn’t be complete without some of his work, as I have become somewhat of a super-fan.  The typewriter was purchased on a whim from Redefined Home Boutique in Atlanta (thanks to a ScoutMob deal).  I loved the curvy, retro shape, and it makes me happy.  I also hope little Vivi grows to have a fondness for words and books, so I find it to be appropriate!  The black chest, as well as the grey dresser (which my father kindly built a changing “tray” for) were found at Livi & Co. in my hometown for quite a steal.  The black and white zig zag rug was found online for a deal, too, and while the proportions are bigger than the Weinrib rug, it is a great solution, and the quality suits the space.  I won’t be holding my breath every time something gets spilled or smudged on it, and the crisp pattern makes the room!

We found the large white shelf (as well as the angel wings above the mirror) at Scott’s, and finished it with some details from our childhood.  Pictures of myself and my sister, Chip and his brother, and some childhood books are sweet reminders to both of us.  The “it’s a girl!” box held the cigars handed out when I was born, and I love the adorable graphic on it!

Lastly, one of my favorite parts of the nursery are the photos and images above the changing table.  I used it as a family tree of sorts – Chip’s family is on the right, mine is on the left.  I tell Vivi about each family member – some of which are no longer with us, so she knows about her heritage and those who love her most.  The verse in the middle is special (Proverbs 4:23), because her name means “Life”, and the quote to the right of it is from my favorite Fruit Bats song (“When you love someone, it’s hard to think about anything but to breathe.”)  The quote on the bottom left says “Just soak it all in”, which is a piece of advice given to me by my grandmother during a God-given conversation I had with her during some of her last lucid moments.  She told me to “just soak it all in, because it goes by way too quickly.”  I have repeated those words to myself over and over since then – when I got married, when I launched out on my own to start a business, and with the birth of Vivi, not to mention a thousand other seemingly small yet precious moments.  It serves as a reminder to myself as I change stinky diapers and console cries that this truly is only a very brief season, and I know even at my weariest moments that it is one I will look back on with extreme fondness many years from now.  I try to treasure up each sweet cuddle in my heart!

And now, the best part!  Below is the little sweet pea herself – on her one month birthday sprawled out on her chevron rug:

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155 responses to “Vivi Charles’ Nursery”

  1. Aboveallbetrue says:

    That is one stylish chickadee!

  2. Tera says:

    Love it with the final touches and the monogrammed valances. Can’t wait to hear more about your experiences as a new mommy!

  3. Beth Simms says:

    I think Vivi needs to be Charlie’s Girlfriend (Sarah’s Baby!) What do you think? Love this new website—I’ve sent it to several of my pregnant friends! ūüôā

  4. Judy says:

    Joni the site looks great! Congrats on another exciting venture! And I’m going to enjoy seeing more pics of my precious little great niece!

    • Karen Galvez says:

      I love the new site, and the new nursery. It is so charming and bright.

      I do wish the type on the site was a little darker or bolder. I’ve got young eyes and I have to squint and get in close to read it all.

    • Joni Lay says:

      We made a few changes this morning to help make the type a little larger / darker. Thanks for the feedback!

  5. Erin says:

    completely precious. she’s so blessed to have you guys as parents!

  6. Amber Moon says:

    Just the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen! xoxoxo!

  7. jamie baker says:

    I can totally see Vivi Charles and her little dolls/stuffed animals having tea parties in this lovely room. Joni, you are amazingly talented!!

  8. Love your nursery! I’m in the process of designing the nursery for our little girl due in April, Isla Harper. I have a dresser/changing table that I was thinking of painting that same gray yours is. Love seeing it in your room! We have a spindle Jenny Lind too. Can’t be the vintage charm it brings.

  9. Sabrina says:

    Hands down this is the prettiest nursery I’ve ever seen! I love all your little touches! Nice work!

  10. Katie says:

    You have amazing taste!! Love EVERYTHING about this nursery!! Would love to see more of your projects! Thanks so much for sharing:)

  11. Melissa says:

    Hi–I “found” your nursery this morning through a link at 6th Street Design School. You did such a wonderful job! Would you mind sharing the name of the paint color on the walls? That shade of turquoise is perfection!

    • LayBabyLay says:

      Hi Melissa! I posted the paint color on the blog today – it’s “aqua glow” from Valspar.

  12. Karen says:

    This is absolutely gorgeous!! What a lucky little girl! I am curious- what do the prints above the chair say? Where did you make those?

  13. Erica says:

    I LOVE your nursery! Do you mind sharing the source for the beautiful pink pillows on the glider and bookcase!

    • LayBabyLay says:

      Hi Erica! I made the pillows – I purchased the silk fabric on sale from Lewis & Sheron here in Atlanta.

  14. Kim says:

    What a gorgeous space! What is the paint color? I’ve been looking for the perfect color for our nursery and that looks like it.

    • LayBabyLay says:

      Hi Kim! I just posted the paint colors on the blog today. The wall color is “aqua glow” by Valspar. Thank you so much for the comment!

  15. Michelle says:

    Love the room! Where did you find the lamp?

  16. Ellen says:

    Love the nursery! What does the bigger art piece say….something about Aslan? From Narnia?

  17. Tara says:

    L.O.V.E this nursery!!!! You actually inspired me to get the rug for my dining room (believe it or not!) I have a very vintage black and white style dining room and think this might be PERFECT! Your little one is adorable!
    Can’t wait to see more!

  18. Julie says:

    Seriously, the most beautiful nursery I’ve ever seen…and that’s saying a lot considering how I’ve scoured sites like Obedoh for inspiration for my daughter’s. I wish I had seen this a year ago! The storke picture is especially lovely. Well done and thank you for the eye candy.

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  21. danielle s says:

    LOVE this nursery. Are the dresser and chest vintage pieces? or could they be found at stores? I LOVE them both!!

  22. Cristin at Simplified Bee says:

    Simply adorable! Love the color palette in the room. Baby Viv is beautiful too!


  23. Abiphil says:

    oh my! i love this so very much! we have a 5 month old who also has a turquoise nursery, but it isn’t finished to the level i’d like; this has inspired me!! i love love love the chronicles of narnia canvases, could you tell me what they say? i am doing a very loose chron. of narnia theme, with a tree on the wall and a golden apple, a silver rocking chair, and a few white porcelain lions… ūüôā best wishes and fabulous job! thanks for sharing!

  24. Inspire Me Heather says:

    Beautiful space! I linked it to my nurseries project post too!

  25. gg says:

    oh my, this is amazing! this definitely is inspiring + transcends the typical nursery. great work!

  26. Kelly says:

    Your nursery is fit for a princess! I love it so much i featured it on my blog today!

    P.s… i love the advice your grandmother gave you about soaking it all in….It can be so easy to get absorbed into daily tasks and the chaos that can be motherhood and forget to really embrace the beauty of it all. ūüôā

  27. Mattandangieb says:

    I love the colors of your nursery, I am expecting twins (boy/girl) and the color scheme would work for the dual gender room. : ) Where did you find your cute baby bumper on the crib? Thanks!

  28. Kim says:

    I just love this room! You did an amazing job and your little girl is so lucky to have such a special room! Where did you find the gold frames above the changing table?

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  30. Amazing! I love every details of your design. Great work. You consider all the possibilities and other things can be use to have a perfect room for an angel. Another thing, you have a good eye in choosing a great color, thus it provides luminosity in the room. Congratulations!

  31. Kristin says:

    Oh my gosh! This is such a cute nursery. I love the vintage modern vibe it has going for it. YOu little girl is adorable! I just love her expressions in these photos. ūüôā

  32. Amazing, I have never seen a more lovely nursery!

  33. Crystalbeutler says:

    Super adorable room! Love it! Can you tell me what paint color you used, and where you got your cool rug? I want one in my office!

  34. edan says:

    Beautiful nursery! I love all of the vintage and personal touches ūüôā I’ve been looking for a white cubby book case in the dimensions you have (placed below the birdcage) and I’m wondering if you can share where that came from? Thanks!

    • Joni says:

      Hi Edan! ¬†The bookcase is from Ikea – it’s great because it’s inexpensive, and fairly durable. ¬†They come in a variety of sizes, too! ¬†

  35. karen says:

    Beautiful nursery!! Even more beautiful baby!! Congrats!

  36. jenna says:

    Love this nursery so much I’m using it as my inspiration! Where did you get your gray chair? Is it a glider/rocker? I’ve been looking for one in gray and have been unable to locate one.

  37. Marissa says:

    I adore the stork picture. Where can I order it? Super Glam nursery! LOVE IT!

    • Joni says:

      Hi Marissa! ¬†You can get it here:¬† ¬†I have them on my esty shop in the 18″ x 24″ size. ¬†Vivi’s is a larger 24″ x 36″ size, which I can also do for a little more. ¬†Thanks so much!

  38. Wow, I love it! I had to feature this in my post about chevron rugs. Thank you!

  39. Love,love, love the rooms and can’t wait to explore your blog more!

  40. Desi J Thompson says:

    which size is your rug ?? the small, medium or large ? : ) LOVE !

  41. Laura Mcneilis says:

    I am so so in love with this nursery!!! So It is going to be my inspiration for my baby girls room. I am wondering where did you find this amazing chevron rug online??? You are simply amazing!!1

  42. Stai says:

    I adore Vivi’s nursery…just found out today we are having a girl and this is my inspiration nursery!! Thanks for the tip on the rug. Would you mind sharing the paint color on the walls? also, I know you purchased your changing table/chest but curious if you painted it or if it came that color. I have a white chest and want to paint it the same color as yours because I love it!!
    Thank you!

  43. Maudie Mason says:

    I was wondering about your personalized prints for this babies room. Did you do those graphics yourself or did you find those images somewhere? For instance, the one from C.S. Lewis about Aslan or the “Soak it all in” image. Did you have those made or did you make them yourself?

    • Joni says:

      Hi Maudie! ¬†I created them – if you click on the downloads link under topics (top left of site) then you can find the “just soak it all in” print, and I painted the C.S. Lewis quote. ¬†

  44. Ganaelle Glume says:

    so so beautifull!!!!!! I love so much this room! …and the baby is soooooo cute!!!!!!!

  45. Ashley_renee2 says:

    Love this nursery! Can you please tell me where you purchased the white 8 cube storage unit?

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  50. Bradey . says:

    This is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! If you don’t mind my asking, what color paint did you use on the walls?¬†

    • Joni says:

      Thanks, Bradey! ¬†The wall color is Valspar’s Aqua Glow. ¬†You can find samples at Lowe’s! ¬†

  51. Krooney says:

    Where is the grey glider/chair from?

    • Joni says:

      Hi Krooney! ¬†The glider is from Atlanta New Baby Products, but the brand is “best chairs” (found here:¬† ¬†It’s really so comfortable, and these chairs are very affordable compared to other rocker/gliders out there. ¬†We looked for forever trying to find one in our budget, and this one was around $400.¬†

  52. Sara Mueller says:

    Love your nursery. I would also love to hear where I can order the stork poster. I adore it!

    • Joni says:

      Hi Sara! ¬†You can find the stork poster here in my etsy shop:¬† ¬†They are listed in the 18″ x 24″ size. ¬†Vivi’s is a larger 24″ x 36″, which I can also do for a little more. ¬†Thanks so much!

  53. Heather Tiger says:

    I love the nursery.¬† Vivi is one lucky lady!¬† I was wondering about the changing table box project.¬† I’m thinking about having our changing pad on a dresser this time around, but need it to sit in something!¬† Thanks

    • Joni says:

      Hi Heather! ¬†Here are the details on the changing table box:¬† ¬†It was really simple to make, and I’m still using it 14 months later! ¬†Hope that helps. ¬†Thanks so much!

  54. Bwpamer says:

    What is the paint color on the walls in this nursery?  I love it!!

  55. Gwholcombe says:

    I loved your grandmother’s words and oh. tis true, tis true!! The nursery is a great blend of life itself.

  56. Kim says:

    I don’t know if you still checking the comments but I would love information on how you made the Aslan quote signs.  I Love them!!

  57. Ashleighbell82 says:

    What color paint did you choose for your baby room? I love

    • Joni says:

      Hi Ashleigh! ¬†The color is Valspar’s Aqua Glow. ¬†You can find samples at Lowe’s. ¬†Thanks so much!

  58. The Mombot says:

    holy cow, i thought the room was cute and then I scrolled down and saw your daughter – adorable!! I am in love with her nursery ūüôā

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  60. Centraljess says:

    Can you tell me what color gray you used for the dresser with the changing table?

    • Joni says:

      Hi Jess! ¬†I bought it already painted, but it is close to Martha Stewart’s Bedford Gray. See here:¬† ¬†Hope that helps!

  61. brittney says:

    So I have question. I used this room as an inspiration for my daughter’s bedroom. I’m using the same color scheme except that her dresser is white. So she has a white dresser, white bed and the white bookshelf. Everything else in the room is the same, the rug, the frames, and the wall color. If you were to have a twin bed in this room instead of a crib, what colors would you use for the bedding? I already have gray sheets but I am at a loss when it comes to the comforter! Please help!

    • Joni Lay says:

      Hi Brittney! ¬†I would recommend using white bedding (you can probably find something more easily and that isn’t too expensive) and then use either bright shams or fun throw pillows to add color. ¬†I’d pull in the coral-y pink color and the aqua and maybe some gray. ¬†I’m a big fan of white bedding, because it’s easy to change up the look with different pillows, and it’s not super expensive. ¬†If you feel like it’s way too much white, maybe get some bedding with some subtle gray or pink. ¬†Hope that helps!

    • brittney says:

      Thank you so much!

  62. Anna Diebel says:

    I love the nursery, and all your inspiration boards!¬† I’m doing some redecorating in our nursery as we await the arrival of our 3rd child.¬† I’m wondering if the frames are metal, or wood?¬† I like the darker gold finish, and want to order the same frames from FRAME USA.¬†¬†¬† Thanks!¬† Anna

    • Joni Lay says:

      Thanks so much, Anna! They are the wooden ones – I love them! ¬†Can’t beat the price.:) ¬†Congratulations to you on number 3!

  63. Hilary Jepsen Franks says:

    I continually find my self re-pinning this room onto different boards. I need a new rug for under my dining table and thought of this room. Thank you for putting your resources as such easy links on your page. I seriously had this rug ordered in about 5 minutes because of you. Thank YOU!!!! It is great how something I thought was so inspiring for my daughters room has so many moments in it to pick out and use as inspiration elsewhere in my home. Gorgeous! 

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  65. Amanda R Cofield says:

    Love your nursery! I was curious about where you got those Coral/pink pillows or the fabric for them! Beautiful color with the walls!

    • Joni says:

      Hi Amanda! ¬†Thanks so much! ¬†I made the pillows and bought the fabric from Lewis & Sheron here in Atlanta. ¬†It’s a silk fabric. ¬†They have a great fabric selection!

  66. Haley Ludington says:

    Wow I love this! Very personalized nursery with the right amount of color and details! I love the personalized wall decor with her name on it.. where could I get one of those for my baby girl? I’m doing a vintage theme for¬†her room and that would look perfect!!¬†Thanks!

  67. Sarabhuffman says:

    i love the wall color, what’s the name and brand??

  68. laura says:

    what is the paint color here?

  69. Lauren says:

    Love this room! I have one question…what type of crib is that? Like if I were to want to buy one just like it? I’ve been searching for a vintage crib but my only concern with them it the side rail not being able to slide down and the functionality of it. I’ve seen cribs like yours that have a vintage look but aren’t actually vintage. Can ya help a sister out? ūüôā

    • Joni says:

      Hi Lauren! ¬†It’s the Jenny Lind crib (here is a link to one:¬† ¬†We love ours, and I have no complaints! ¬†It feels very sturdy, and you can’t beat the price. ¬†It’s a great option, because it has a classic, vintage feel, but is current with safety standards (i.e. you aren’t supposed to use the sliding side on cribs anymore). ¬†Hope that helps!

  70. Sbissonnet says:

    What color did you use on the grey dresser?  I love it!

    • Joni says:

      Hi there! It’s similar to Martha Stewart’s Bedford Gray – it was already painted when I found it!

  71. Joni Lay says:

    Hi there! I sell the posters on etsy here: and the dresser color is similar to Martha Stewart’s Bedford Gray. It was actually already painted that lovely color when I found it!

  72. Mbe543 says:

    where did you get the stork birth announcement? Adorable

  73. juna says:

    hi, where did you get the crib sheet and skirt

  74. NMcF says:

    Love the room. Almost as beautiful as your sweet little baby girl. What a cutie!

  75. I am in love with this nursery! I so want to copy this room for my sweet Bella! I’ve been looking for something vintage but couldn’t find the right color palate/design, and you’ve truly inspired me here!

  76. mrs.moore says:

    Simply stunning! I’m using your nursery as inspiration for my daughter’s “big girl” room….she just turned 13 and a room redo is in order. I picked up the Valspar Aqua Glow paint at Lowe’s, but it seems much darker on her walls than it does on Vivi’s. Did you use full strength paint….or a lesser percentage strength? Thank you!

    • Joni Lay says:

      Hi Mrs. Moore! Thanks so much! We did use the full strength paint. It looks considerably lighter in the daytime (like in these pictures) with the drapes open with the sunshine pouring in and the lights on. Her room gets a ton of sunlight. At night, though, it does look a bit darker. If it looks to dark for her, maybe see if they can mix you a shade in between Aqua Glow and the lighter Grand Hotel Mackinac (sp?) Hotel Blue? It’s really pretty, too, but it’s probably a bit too light. Hope that helps!

    • Jen Moore says:

      Thanks so much for your quick and informative response! We did get samples of both….the Aqua Glow seemed too dark and the Grand Hotel Mackinac seemed a little too light. Both are beautiful though, and look great together. Heading to Lowe’s today with your suggestion….thank you!

  77. Ally says:

    this is so beautiful! The colors caught my eyes first, then I read the story behind all of the treasures in Vivi’s room. I am quite the girl of family traditions, and am even more in love with this room since reading all about it. Thank you so much for sharing your heart and soul with us. Take care!

  78. Hi there!! Well I just adore this nursery…attempting a similar but different layout w things for my baby girl on the way:) Would you share where you got the big teddy bear from??

    • Joni Lay says:

      Hi Sarah! My apologies for the delay in my response – the teddy bear was a gift from Vivi’s great aunt, and I’m not sure where she bought it. I think it came from a boutique somewhere. I will say I know she searched forever trying to find a traditional looking teddy bear! Sorry I can’t be more help!

  79. Jennifer says:

    So beautiful! Your nursery has been the inspiration for ours. Will send pictures as we finish it!

  80. Shannon says:

    Hi. I absolutely love this nursery and will be using it as inspiration for my 2nd baby’s room, which is a girl due on 2/14! Thanks for posting so many links with where to find things. I was wondering where you got the crib mobile?

  81. 1st Time Mom says:

    My husband is a big fan of the Chronicles of Narnia, so I would love to get the Aslan quote posters for our baby’s room. Where did you find them?

  82. Hi Joni! This nursery is adorable! I was wondering where you got the gold angel wings above vivi’s mirror. They are beautiful!! Thanks! Xoxo

  83. Megan says:

    Joni, where did you get the little lion hanging over the changing table? It looks so cute!

  84. Kate says:

    Beautiful nursery! We have a Vivi, too, our Vivienne Rebekah, who was born in July. I’m searching for inspiration for her nursery (currently “under development) and this is just beautiful. Where did you get the floor bookshelf/cubby piece and baskets you’ve inserted in them? Thanks in advance!

  85. Brooke Slater says:

    i would love to know the colors of her bedding. I think I see white and gray but I really couldnt tell from the pictures.

  86. Justine McKnight says:

    By far my favourite nursery of all time!!! I’m using it as the inspiration for my first baby ūüôā And needless to say Vivi is precious! The thing I’m having the most trouble with is finding bedding/bumpers… I would love to know where you got hers! I love the black and white bumper… XO

  87. Karla Kohlhaas Curran says:

    What a Beauty! I had 2 daughters with plenty of black hair. Both, now 11 and 15, now have brown hair that blondes up in Summer! My 19 year old son, born in Memphis with jet black hair and baby Elvis sideburns is the only one whose hair still looks like mine–just shorter! With him, we hadn’t a penny, and I wish there was inspiration like your blog and Apartment Therapy to show me that we didn’t need a changing table, or anything “out there.” Since then I have learned to make my own beauty by painting and reupholstering, and found objects. Your Aslan quote is my favorite of all! By age 9, my daughters had their own ideas about the Pink striped room and vintage doll high-chairs and little wonderland I’d created for them. We stapled (ACK!) orange batik on the wall and tent-like from the ceiling, and 2nd hand saris in orange and yellow as curtains around their beds. I put my sacred vintage baby furniture and dolls very carefully in the attic. -Okay, some of it is in our bedroom. Have FUN! Don’t believe anyone who says, “Enjoy her now, because she’ll hate you when she’s “__yr.s old!” It doesn’t have to be that way! My kids still enjoy my company. Just draw some lines early on, stick to them, and apologize when you’ve been wrong. Laugh at all her jokes!!! Thanks for the beauty!

  88. Wall Decal Company says:

    This is stunning, loving the chevron rug.

  89. Brooke Slater says:

    are those gold frames metal or wood?

  90. Amanda Koiter says:

    BEAUTIFUL nursery!!! Thanks for the inspiration. I just wanted to share a paint color option with everyone, especially those who may find that the original color mentioned here (Valspar Aqua Glow – 5007-9B) is a little too dark. I found it too dark, as another poster mentioned, and liked the hint of green that showed in the pictures above, but was lacking in the true paint color. I found the color card for Aqua Glow and then went hunting through paint samples to find a color that was a touch lighter than this and had a splash of mint….. I landed on Olympic’s Serendipity – A61-2. It is VERY similar to Aqua Glow but a little more delicate. Though I would share with anyone who might be interested. Again…. thanks so much for the inspiration…. you are a true decorating genius!!!

  91. says:

    I LOVE this rug and nursery!! Where did you find it?!

  92. deedralynn says:

    Whee did you get the personalized sign “It’s a girl”? So precious.

  93. Clarissa Nuckles says:

    What paint color did you use? I love how warm it is.

  94. Stephanie says:

    Hi Joni! Did you make the name banner draped on Vivi’s crib or is there someplace I can find one like it? I’ve been hunting on Etsy but nothing is quite as classic.

  95. Sultry South says:

    Love the color. I’ve been saving this link for ages and now that we’re having a baby, we painted the room Aqua Glow. It’s perfect – not too light and not too dark. Almost Tiffany Box Blue. And it goes with everything! Love.

  96. joypdavis says:

    Hi! I love the curtains! Is the valance a separate piece from the sheers? If so, what fabric is the valance made of? Are the sheers white voile? Is the “V” gold or is it black? I believe you said in your original post that it was velvet…is that correct? How did you apply the “V” to the valance?

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  98. Lauryn says:

    I was wondering where you got the wooden block with the white letters? Or did you make/paint them on your own?

  99. Kristin says:

    beautiful room!! Where is the white crib skirt from? I’m having the hardest time finding a long white flat panel skirt.
    Thanks!! ūüôā

  100. Lillia says:

    Hi, love the room. What color did you use on the walls? It’s beautiful,

  101. Lillia says:

    Hi again Joni- wanted to check on one more color you used in Vivi’s room.. What is the color of the French dresser? We just bought one and are in the process of finishing it and I’m trying to find the perfect neutral shade. ūüôā

  102. Denise says:

    Can you tell me where you got the banner hanging from the crib? My friend is using Your nursery for inspiration and I want to get her the name banner.

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  104. Beth says:

    I love the rug!!! Where’d you get it?

  105. Sara says:

    This is just beautiful. I love your family frames more than anything!

    Jason Munn is the smartest designer I’ve seen in forever. His book is such an inspiration. I love that Vivi’s room has such great posters!

  106. I have been SO in love with this nursery design for SO long. I had no idea you were an Atlanta blogger! This nursery has totally captivated me and has inspired me for my future nursery projects…no babes yet ;-). Exquisite. I’m at Atlanta blogger too (newbie) at! ūüôā

  107. Lauren says:

    I’m designing my baby girl’s nursery and must know – where, oh where, did you get that vintage birth announcement poster? Thank you in advance for any help you can provide in tracking down the origin!

  108. Jill says:

    Love this nursery! Where did you find the birdcage card organizer? Thanks!

  109. […] Joni’s awesome blog for yourself, and don’t forget to check out her adorable daughter Vivi’s nursery while you’re […]

  110. […] some links to our favorite nurseries, you can check them out on our Pinterest or here, here, here, here, and¬†here. ¬†Also, for some fabulous other design boards, check out¬†Lay Baby […]

  111. Tara says:

    What a stunning nursery! We are expected a baby girl in March, and I’m going to use this nursery as inspiration for our nursery. It’s a perfect mix – fun colors for baby but whimsical and chic.

  112. Amber says:

    Would love to know the name of this paint color! ūüôā

  113. Kate says:

    Hi Joni, my names Katelyn. I’m pregnant with my first little girl

  114. lyndsey says:

    What is the paint color called ?

  115. caitlyn says:

    What color is the paint on the walls of the nursery? I love it

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