Please welcome newborn Lena Mae, born in Fall 2015 in Mt Lebanon. This beautiful baby girl arrived about a week before Thanksgiving, and Mom still hosted a huge Thanksgiving dinner for family and friends. Mom might have been exhausted, but Baby Lena had lots of loving arms to be thankful for. And who could resist holding this sweet baby in between bites of turkey and gravy?
I really can’t wait for you to see baby Lena Mae’s nursery, one of the loveliest and most delightful combinations of creative visual elements I have ever seen. (And I have seen some of the most amazing nurseries in all of Pittsburgh!)
The first thing I noticed about the nursery was the color scheme. While it had a distinctively sweet baby girl vibe, it also had an undeniable rustic & earthy quality. The nursery was filled within homemade, hand made and personalized items, reflective of this family’s strong appreciation of the warmth that handmade and hand-selected items can add to any room.
Mom made the hanging yarn pom-poms and painted the antlers obtained in dad’s hunting expeditions. If you look closely, you can see a cute little hobby horse next to the crib; this little guy belonged to Dad when he was young. This horsey was cleaned up in anticipation of Lena Mae’s arrival.
I was particularly blown away by the overall color scheme of this nursery. Would you think to decorate a newborn girl’s nursery with a black and white arrow trim? Or put gold curtains with pink sheets? Or place a turquoise lamp in the middle of all that black, pink, gold and beige? I wouldn’t either, but look at this beautiful result! I admit it, Pinterest has definitely helped me come up with new decorating ideas, but I will never have the creative decorating eye that this mom has. It is truly amazing how this eclectic room all comes together for little Lena Mae.
What would you call this decorating style? Rustic-elegant-artistic-baby girl-homespun-artistic? Please tell me in the comments below!
After a busy week, this new family is ready for some down time together.
Check out images from mom’s maternity session here:
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