When creating a new space I put a lot of thought into the elements represented. The perfect sanctuary for my baby girl was no exception to this rule.
I wanted sustainable furniture and products, a matching color scheme and bits of nature incorporated into her nursery (her middle name is Sage after all!). Before I reveal the full photo spread, I wanted to share some of the brands that have become closet to my heart during the creation of her little nest.
Connected Goods has long been a company I’ve admired. We received the prettiest baby blanket and nesting baskets. Until my daughter arrived, I was using these baskets to store some of my non-maternity clothing. They’re so versatile and pretty for any room!
To go with the mid-century style of our home, we decided to go with this beautiful crib from West Elm. It’s sustainably-sourced, so it was definitely a must!
No nursery is complete with a mobile, and BellaBloomKids kindly gifted us with the most perfect one! I custom chose the colors to go with the white, natural, and black elements in the nursery and the end result was perfection.
Sustainable, non-toxic and quality-made linens were a huge priority in the nursery. Coyuchi was incredibly generous and gifted us all the essentials. I highly recommend them for all of your home’s linens.
Do you have sustainable items in your home? Show me on Instagram at @clutterhealing!