Ralph Lauren Inspired Nursery

If there is one thing that excites me even more than sweet baby onesies and swaddles, it is decorating a nursery. While I have an affinity for pillow pairing and furniture rearranging, the enjoyment doesn’t come from making their space perfect. Maxi’s bedroom floor obstacle course of Polly Pockets and Barbie shoes proves that. It is about the hours spent there envisioning their personalities and what they will enjoy. It makes me appreciative of the rooms my mother created for both me and my sister.

When we found out we were pregnant with Harry, I was so excited to create a space just for him! I knew I wanted a room with textures and tones he could grow into. We worked with our designer, Maddie Hughes, in ordering fabrics, carpet, and the ottoman. While brainstorming, I kept saying I wanted his room to feel very Ralph Lauren, almost like a handsome library with equestrian touches here and there. She did a phenomenal job helping me bring those words together! I was able to reuse a lot of pieces from our home and allocate the budget to a lucite crib which allowed the room to feel larger, since his room is a bit smaller than Maxi’s. My big goal was that the fabrics and furniture {aside from crib and glider} could be used whether he is 2 or 12. The leather touches on the mirror, the burlwood on the side table, and the drapes can grow with him as he creates many memories in this space. I know one day his room will be filled with legos and superheroes, but for now, it is a place I rock him and dream of all the excitement to come.

It’s always an honor to share these space with you all on the blog and below I have sourced what I can! If I missed something please let me know.


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  1. I love Ralph Lauren – this is super cute! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 13 Aug 20Reply
  2. Erika wrote:

    So classic! Do you have any information on the carpet?

    Published 13 Aug 20Reply
  3. Sandra L Gonsalves wrote:

    I love baby Harry’s room! You and your designer did a great job to create the perfect space!

    Published 13 Aug 20Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Aw thank you so much!!!

      Published 14 Aug 20Reply
  4. Kathryn wrote:

    It would be cool to see the house you grew up in as a child and you and your sister’s bedrooms if you happen to have pictures! (Also, I think you did a fantastic job with Harry’s room! )

    Published 14 Aug 20Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Ooh!! That’s a good idea! Let me ask my mom if she has photos!

      Published 14 Aug 20Reply
  5. Emily C wrote:

    Beautiful! What wall panels did you use?

    Published 18 Apr 21Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      The wall paneling was here when we moved in, and I’m not sure about the paint! So sorry!


      Published 04 May 21Reply
  6. Courtney Cox wrote:

    i love the poof for the rocker! Where is it from?

    Published 01 Aug 21Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Courtney! Thank you! We actually had a seamstress make the ottoman. xx, Katey

      Published 02 Aug 21Reply
  7. Cassie wrote:

    Such an adorable theme for a boy nursery! Do you have someone local you recommend to help securely hang artwork in your home? I have a picture I bought for above the crib in my nursery and feel this would best be done by a professional to be as safe as possible!

    Thank you!

    Published 23 Jan 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Cassie! Oh gosh, no! I wish I had a recommendation! My dad is an engineer so he hangs all the things in my Children’s’ rooms to secure them safely! So sorry. 🙁 Xx, Katey

      Published 24 Jan 22Reply
  8. Brooke wrote:

    Do you have a link or know where I can find the fabric for the ottoman? Also, fabric for curtains and which color is the carpet on the link?

    Published 10 Mar 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Brooke! The fabric for the ottoman is called “Les Touches” and the carpet is almond. I’m so sorry, I don’t have fabric for the curtains. xx, Katey

      Published 14 Mar 22Reply
  9. Brooke wrote:

    Do you know the color and brand of the trim and paneling paint?

    Published 22 Mar 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Brooke! I’m so sorry I don’t know the trim or paneling.

      Published 22 Mar 22Reply
  10. Liz wrote:

    I love the dresser and mirror but the links are password protected. Are you willing to share the password or where those came from?

    Published 09 Apr 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Liz! Oh boo! So sorry about that, I guess it changed. So the dresser was from The CEH but I don’t know if they are in business anymore. The mirror was via our interior designer sourcing. The brand is Jamie Young Company!

      Published 09 Apr 22Reply
  11. Tabitha wrote:

    What color is the paint on the bottom of the wall?

    Published 13 May 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      I’m sorry, we do not know! 🙁

      Published 16 May 22Reply
  12. Brooke wrote:

    I know I already asked but any chance the previous owners left an old paint can with the color of the paneling? I have tried and bought so many samples of paint and cant get it matched correctly. They keep coming out too dark or really white.

    Published 19 May 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi girl! They did not! 🙁 It truly drives me nuts! We have even had painters come and they can of course color match, but have no clue what color it is. I’m so sorry!

      Published 23 May 22Reply
  13. Kelsey wrote:

    Where did you get the jar/pottery on the bookshelf to the left of the Harry blocks?

    Published 16 Jun 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      A reader actually sent it to us! She found it antiquing- isn’t that so kind?! xx, K

      Published 17 Jun 22Reply
  14. Brooke wrote:

    Do you know if the pillow fabric is the orange or the brown? It looks between the two colors to me? I added the link to the brown and if you scroll down, the orange is on there too. Can you let me know which one it looks like in person please?

    Published 17 Jun 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Brooke! It is the brown. xx, K

      Published 17 Jun 22Reply
  15. Regan Enfinger wrote:

    Hi! What is the name of the blue paint that was used on the walls? The nursery is absolutely gorgeous!

    Published 23 Aug 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Thank you so much!! It is Sherwin Williams Underseas. Best, Katey

      Published 23 Aug 22Reply
      • Kelsi wrote:

        Hey – just a quick question when I looked up the underseas paint color from Sherwin Williams the color is a sage green but in your photos it looks blue?

        Published 24 Nov 22Reply
        • Katey wrote:

          Hi Kelsi! It’s very similar to the colors on google image. It’s a green, but pulls more blue to me!

          Published 24 Nov 22Reply
  16. Melissa wrote:

    Hello. Where did you find those curtains or fabric to make them?

    Published 11 Oct 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Melissa! A decorator ordered the fabric and had her seamstress make them. I hope that helps!

      Published 13 Jun 23Reply
  17. Jaclyn wrote:

    Hi Katie! Wondering if you could tell me where the dresser is from in the nursery? The link says expired web page but wondering if you remember? Thank you!

    Published 20 Nov 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Jaclyn! It is from The CEH, but I think they are no longer in business. I’m sorry!

      Published 20 Nov 22Reply
  18. Cynthia wrote:

    So cute and classic

    Published 07 Jan 23Reply
  19. Michele wrote:

    Hi! What a sweet nursery- I love this theme! Where is the side table from?

    Published 18 Jan 23Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Michele! I got it from a store called The CEH, but I think they are out of business. xx, Katey

      Published 18 Jan 23Reply
  20. Kmartin wrote:

    I know the Fox hunting vase was a gift, however is there a stamp/brand on it?? I am absolutely obsessed with your nursery!

    Published 27 Jul 23Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi girl! I’m so sorry, there isn’t one. It just says “China Trader” on the bottom. xx, Katey

      Published 30 Jul 23Reply