Maxpatch Studio ORC Week 6: The reveal!

Week six of the One Room Challenge, time for the big reveal! It was an honor and true pleasure creating this sweet sanctuary for my client’s baby girl due in June. As a boy mom myself, it was so fun to take a more feminine approach to this room—the rose tones and earthy greens throughout the space really shine. If you remember, our budget for this space was around $800 (excluding a few props brought in for photos). Don’t be intimidated by budget, but do be thoughtful with where you spend your money. Focus on high impact items first and don’t be afraid of creative paint choices! Quick reminder of where we started…

guest room before
guest room before

Someone asked me the other day what’s unique about Maxpatch Studio—I’m very passionate about functional (and beautiful) spaces that can grow with kids throughout the years. It’s fun to add new accessories (artwork, bedding, wall decor, etc.) as they grow, but you don’t want to have to redesign the entire space as babies become toddlers and toddlers become preschoolers. The space we created for baby girl will serve her well for many years to come.

While we had a very thorough plan going into this project (see style board and floor plan below), six weeks from start to finish is no joke. That said, it’s super satisfying. I’m glad we spent the time up front to create the plan because it made everything else run much smoother, including mapping out when to tackle what in the following weeks.

floral nursery style board
floral nursery floor plan

Ok, enough with the preamble, here she is!

modern floral nursery
DIY floral wall hanging
DIY floral wall hanging
floral crib bedding
vintage dresser changing table
floral nursery design
nursery butterfly artwork
nursery reading nook
modern girls nursery
nursery bookshelves
kids reading nook
colorful kids books
nursery wall hooks
wildflower wood wall art
baby shoes

All photos for the One Room Challenge beautifully captured by Cameron Reynolds.

Shop the room:

Wall frame, IKEA $13

Butterfly art print, Etsy $25

Felt garland, Etsy $29.50

Dresser, Craigslist (painted Benjamin Moore Jack Pine)

Decorative coiled rope basket, Target $13

Floral changing pad cover, Amazon $24

Table lamp (client’s own)

Floral wall hanging, DIY (see post for step-by-step instructions)

Sniglar crib, IKEA $80

Floral crib sheet, Etsy $48

Jellycat Llama, Crate&kids $30

Colorblock throw pillow, Target $18

Blush pink throw blanket, IKEA $25

Dusty rose laundry basket, H&M $35

5x8 sage rug, RugsUSA $100

Curtain rod, Target $18

Curtains (discontinued), IKEA (similar here)

Dream wire word art, Etsy $28

White picture ledge, IKEA $10

Handmade maracas, $5-8 each Onora Casa, Mexico City

Beige cotton storage basket, H&M $25

Seagrass basket, IKEA $13

Leather Moroccan ottoman, Etsy $100

Birch wall hooks, H&M $18

Wildflower wood wall art, Etsy $24

Congratulations to all the participating designers for completing this spring’s challenge. Head to the One Room Challenge website to see all the great work!

one room challenge