Gisele's NurseryTransitional Nursery, Calgary
Coral painted Jenny Lind crib under paper lanterns. You are my sunshine spelled out in blocks. Lavender walls. High white wainscot.
Photo by Adrian Shellard
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Leith-Menard wanted a Jenny Lind crib, but when she couldn’t find a new one in stores, she turned to Kijiji, a Craigslist-like company that’s popular in Calgary. She found a vintage crib in the style she wanted, but it was a drop-leaf model, a kind that’s no longer made after a number of safety issues. To eliminate the risk, the designer removed the tracks that allow the rail to lower and firmly bolted the rail to the frame. She then sanded the crib and painted it with a nontoxic paint.Leith-Menard points out that when the baby was sleeping in the crib (she’s since moved to a toddler bed), she took out the pillows and the stuffed rabbit.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
I like this picture because it makes you feel excited about something and it make your eyes go from one spot to another. This picture shows color , the blue makes you feel like cool , the purple makes you feel royal , and the yellow makes you feel friendly or happy ! With is a fresh , peaceful, and pure color.