Baby room

When you live in the center of a European city (Oslo in our case), space is a luxury most people can’t afford. When I first discovered that we were expecting a baby I started hunting for something roomier than our little shoebox. Well, turns out there were no contenders that could beat the price and location of our 50 m2, cozy nest. Needless to say, we decided to stay. But we are keeping our eyeballs pealed for something a little more spacious. Our decision to camp here a little while longer presented us with a new challenge: designating a portion of the living room into a baby room without compromising the style of the room as a whole. Unfortunately, to my husband’s dismay, the library had to go in order to attain the goal. This area turned out to be the perfect nook!  To keep within the style of the room, I avoided some popular baby trends (e.g. plastering Winnie the Poo to the wall,  low-hanging  plastic thingies over the crib). I love natural elements because they give the baby room more of an organic feel. I hope that Nova will dig it, too.

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Everyone needs a pink elephant in their living room…

The Casablanca Premiere crib in antique slate brings a vintage charm to the room. It is made of all hand bent wrought iron, and was a gift from dear friends. I think is looks like a gorgeous heirloom crib. It is simplicity and elegance come to life.

The bell formation on this dresser breaks up the overall linear structures.

Accessories that remind me of people I love

As I continue on in week 36 of pregnancy, I rest assured that little Nova now  has a place in our home.

Love,

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5 thoughts on “Baby room

  1. You are my hero! I’ve often wondered what we’d do in our tiny space if the Lord blesses us with a little D one day. 🙂 It will all work out. You have accomodated Nova beautifully.

  2. Little nova is coming into this world blessed with love, adoration, and comfort. I wsh we were there – to add grandpa and my love to this precious one! We miss you, we love u soooo much!

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