Nursery & Guest Room Re-DesignContemporary Kids, Omaha
This area is for feedings, readings and relaxing.
I already owned these vintage suitcases which give a subtle nod to the rooms's travel theme. I love how much character including some neat stamps and stickers from being used for extensive use. Re-purposing items I already owned also saved me a chunk of money to use on other furnishings. These stacked suitcases are not purely aesthetic, their form serves two needed functions. They provide both storage for an overflow of baby things and act as a side table to rest a beverage, book or bottle.
This handsome and comfortable glider was the one gift we received and did not purchase with our budget.
The slim and subtle book shelves are actually chalk ledges. This option saves space and allows a book to be right at ones fingertips.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
4. Hang picture-book shelves. Slim picture rails are the perfect size for keeping picture books neat and off the floor. Hang several tiers of these handy shelves to maximize wall space.5. Stack suitcases as storage. Small vintage suitcases and trunks are perfect for containing clothes that baby hasn’t grown into yet.