It was only a matter of time until Indiana needed an upgrade from bassinet to crib. We made it all of 6 months before his head and toes started touching each end. Thus prompting us to hit the re-start button on our shared master and nursery. This time around I only wanted to make subtle changes but after putting the crib together and putting it where the bassinet used to live we quickly realized that furniture rearranging was in order. So, here it is! An amended version of our little nursery abode.

First things first, the crib. I feel like it's taken me FOREVER to decide what kind of crib I wanted for the space. I wanted something not overly bulky, wheels for easy maneuvering and something with a little pop of color. Jenny Lind 3-in-1 convertible crib it was! I actually had a Jenny Lind crib (set) when I was a baby so it was amazing to come full circle with a more updated version of the classic crib. I know it brought back memories for my parents seeing it in our room.

Shop The Crib: Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib, $229
Hop over to Instagram, Davinci and I are giving away my Jenny Lind Crib in the color of your choice! Post here.


Next, the mattress. The mattress is important, I did a ton of research before landing on Newton Crib Wovenaire Mattresses. It's 100% breathable, washable and recyclable. Unlike other cribs mattresses, Newton Mattresses are free of latex and toxic biocides, made of food safe polymers, and made in an emission free facility. It's just firm enough to make transitioning from bassinet to crib a little bit easier.

Shop The Mattress: Newton Crib Mattress in Moonlight Grey, $299


Of course, the transition wasn't as flawless as I would have liked but thankfully I had the Halo Snoozy Pod to help after a few sleepless nights post-transition. It a vibrating pad that fits under the crib mattress for an all-in-one soothing experience. It also comes equipped with 4 white noise settings as well as an amber hued night light. It's battery and/or AC adapter. It's easily installed under the crib mattress and has settings for 30 minutes or all night. We've had to use the all night setting a couple of times but we've found that vibration setting is best for transferring him from our arms to the crib. It makes things so much easier. *It also has bluetooth capabilities for controlling functions from the other room but we haven't used it yet.

Shop The:  Halo Snoozy Pod, $79.99


After Indy moved into his sweet new bed I thought we needed a little upgrade of our own so I started doing a little browsing at Kip & Co. They have the best colorful bedding options for everyone in the family, including crib sheets (Indy had an accident on his right before we started shooting so we had to swap the Kip & Co. Cheetah Sheet for this Copper Pearl Arrow Sheet at the last minute). For us, we opted to layer our vintage quilted blanket with the Kip and Co reversible Forest/Coral duvet cover. It adds that extra pop of color to the space and matches our new Justina Blakeney x Target pillow perfectly. Kip and Co. is currently having a giant 40% off sale so check it out!

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Kip and Co. Duvet Cover, $109.00

Copper Pearl Crib Sheet, $24.95

Justina Blakeney x Target Embroidered Pillow, $26.99


Finally, we integrated some pieces we already had some the previous post and gave them a more updated placement. Like the hanging planters, juju hat and framed prints. We also brought in more basket for storage and moved our velvet tufted bench in front of the bed. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the updated space and I'm sure I'll add a few tweaks here and there as time goes on...

But here it is!
 


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Rug RUGSUSA (On sale for $50!) // Turquoise Juju Hat
// Pom Pom Basket (under crib) // Hanging Planters Target (similar)
// Chevron basket/planter // Shearling Throw // Baskets On Wardrobe (similar)
Globe Lamps Target // Mongolian Fur Pillow (real) //
Mandalay Bamboo Frame, Framebridge // Blue Planter CB2 (similar)//
White Curtains // Ikea Brimnes Wardrobes
(DIY Handle Upgrade here)