master bedroom / nursery nook makeover

Last week I introduced you to my Nursery/Master Bedroom project for and I’m thrilled to share the full final tour.

Margaux and Max were expecting their second child and reached out to me to help them transform their master bedroom into a finished space for them as well as carve out a special place for the new baby. We ended up transforming the closet into to a nursery nook and designed the rest of the room to be a calming space that reflected Max and Margaux’s modern-minimal-artful lives. First up is their side of the room…

Max, being an incredible photographer, has probably the best collection of family photos anyone has ever seen so we created a gallery wall that they can add on to when the new Wanger arrives.

The room is filled with personal touches, handmade pieces like the , the knit baby blanket from . and the mobile I created for them myself. I also designed them a bench that was custom made for the tight space and sits at the foot of the bed.

MASTER BEDROOM SOURCES

// // // // // // // Bench is custom //  // // // // // Plant is a Dracaena Lisa // //

Meanwhile, on the other side of the room, we transformed their closet into a little nursery nook. I really wanted to make the baby space feel special (and not like we just stuck the baby in a closet) so wallpaper was the answer. The black and white animal print has just the right amount of whimsy for baby but the illustrative style and monochromatic palette fits in seamlessly with the rest of the room as well.

We had the long floating shelf custom made to match the I found at Target. supply a lot of easy reach storage as well as the l.

One of Max’s art prints titled “” sits above the changing table. The is such a beautiful space saver that will grow with the baby with attachment parts, I love the round design and finally one of my original mobiles hangs above it, completing the space.

NURSERY NOOK SOURCES:

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Just outside of the bedroom we wanted to give Margaux a space to be able to nurse and rock the new baby while also watching their older son so we created a mama station in their existing playroom. Using as a jumping off point, I made the rest of the space bright and open, layering soft textural pieces like the woven blanket, soft ottoman and sheepskin rug. brought in some kid proof greenery (anything they can’t reach is considered kid proof in my book), baskets serve as more easy access storage, and how about that beautiful rocker? I wouldn’t mind spending a few hours here.

There are so many things that can feel unsettled and chaotic when you bring a new baby home and being able to give Max & Margaux a special space that is ready for the new family member will hopefully make that transition just a bit easier. If you want to get a take a peek at the before photos check last week’s post here.

x sarah

PLAYROOM CORNER SOURCES:

//  // // // // // // //  //  by Jen E. Ceramics //  by Humble Ceramics

Photos by Max Wanger

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