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Room Tour : Ezra's Stellar Nursery

This nursery is out of this world. This amazing space was created by Kristen from Chattanooga, TN who works as a baby and child photographer and is the mother of a funny 4 year old and waiting on her second little boy, Elliot Ezra (who they plan to call Ezra) Kristen shares: "We moved into our house last January and this particular room had functioned as a catch-all until we found out that we were expecting.  Almost immediately I started dreaming up ideas for our baby's nursery...let's be honest, this really happened before I found out that we were expecting.  I knew I wanted a serene space without a lot of color, one that would be sure to send lots of sleepy vibes to the little one sleeping in there."

 

  " I think the very first thing that I told my husband that we NEEDED was the starry cloud mobile.  It was perfectly dreamy and quite unique.  I was nervous to paint the chalkboard wall, but my husband was all about it.  He did it while I was out one day, and I fell in love when I saw it.  It was the perfect night sky backdrop.  I knew I wanted something on the chalkboard wall, but knew it wouldn't be pretty if I had tried myself.  Thankfully I have an amazingly talented cousin, who is an artist, who was willing to come work her magic in our nursery.  The moon along with the stars really does feel magical in his little room, and accompanied the cloud mobile perfectly."

 

"I used Pinterest for inspiration for a couple of the projects that I tackled myself, like the cloud garland and the stained wooden "E"." You can find similar projects on our nursery inspiration boards here.

 

Thanks so much to Kristen for letting us peek around Ezra's stellar nursery. Photos by Kristen Jeffers.

 

Sources: 
Chalkboard Mural by Lee Ann Satterfield
Silver Starry Cloud by Baby Jives Co
Curtains and crib skirt by my Kristen's awesome Mother-in-law
Wooden E from Hobby Lobby
Cloud Bunting DIY stitched up by Kristen
Be Awesome block from Target
**All images provided by customer.  Mobiles are for decoration only, this is not a toy. It is not advised to hang mobiles over a bed because of the possible risk of injury. Always make sure mobiles are not within a child's reach. Although photos may represent children with our products, these images are for entertainment only.

 

Jun 02, 2016

Hi I was wondering how are the star cloud mobiles hanging from the ceiling in your photographs? Is it possible to attach onto an arm on the cot like regular mobiles to avoid making hole in ceiling? If so do you sell any?

Thanks
Stella Spilios

Stella Spilios
Apr 25, 2014

Following both. My favorite item is the cascading star cloud mobile. Love it.

Liz Morris

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