Monday, September 17, 2012

Beh-behs on the Brain

 For all you unfortunate souls following me on Pinterest, you know I've been posting approximately 9875235485 pictures of baby stuff. Sorry. I can't help it. I know I have 5 1/2 more months to go cooking this bun in the oven, but I'm just so excited, I can't stop. Can't. Stop. Pinning.

I think my thoughts are beginning to resemble pins now. Just this morning as I was waking up, I said, "Oh my gosh, I know how we should decorate the baby's nursery." My man smiled and said "shhh." I wait .5 seconds before blurting out "BABY WANDERLUSTER!" He smiled and went back to sleep. 

I was thinking about how everything I'm obsessing over for my registry is travel related, so it would be cute to do a camper-themed nursery.

THEN I remembered pinning this several months ago:

Little Scamper via Lay Baby Lay

See? I'm so obsessed with Pinterest, I can't even remember that I pinned this. That's sad, my friends. Anyway, I've been loving the idea of a midcentury vibed nursery, with a crib and our cool vintage dresser that will become the changing table. But those are the only pieces I have in mind. 

I know I want to do a neutral base, grey walls, with navy accents, medium walnut wood finishes, and some silver and brass accents, with a stripe/chevron/some graphic.... once I know the gender, I will throw in either fuschia and acid green or tangerine and acid green.... I think.... 

And THEN I saw this: 
Little Indians, via Size Too Small

So. Darn. Cute. I think I have to have a teepee. I mean... have to. I like that this look could go more tribal and neutral if I wanted to leave out the bright colors.... good option.

So that's the general direction I'm thinking with Baby Gahm's abode. Thanks for listening to my excited rambling. :)



1 comment:

  1. congratulations! i don't happen to have a bun in the oven, but i love planning nurseries too. it's a design thing more than anything else. it makes you wonder just how they will approach life when they are brought immediately into a beautiful situation. Mazel tov!