as soon as we found out baby f-bomb would be a boy, we started dreaming up his perfect nursery. something that would feel cohesive without being too themey, retro without feeling antique, and cool without feeling decidedly un-babyish. after spotting a vintage wood, mint, and brass 1950′s stereo cabinet on a shopping trip one day, we knew that would serve as the inspiration for our baby boy room. and just like that, a color palette and moodboard for this f’in music themed nursery were born. stay tuned for the full f-bomb nursery reveal soon!
2. FRAMED ALBUM ART
we are framing some of our favorite retro album covers as part of a gallery wall over smith’s crib – starting, naturally, with this orange jackson 5 beauty
5. TOSS PILLOW
6. GUITAR HANGER
along with the framed album covers, we’re also hanging our acoustic guitar in the baby’s room – looks great and gives easy access to play baby f-bomb some jams!
7. WOOD & LUCITE CRIB
we love the mid-century shape combined with modern lucite on this crib
9. PAINTED VINYL RECORDS
because no f-bombs & cupcakes project would be complete without a little DIY, we are also painting thrifted vinyl records in our color palette to create an installation in smith’s gallery wall
10. DINOSAUR BOOK END
this baby isn’t due for another 2 months, but he is already the proud owner of LOTS of books! we plan to keep them organized with this adorable faux leather bookend by zuny
11. MID-CENTURY DRESSER/CHANGING TABLE
we love choosing pieces that can grow with baby, and purchasing a dresser (we don’t hate on craigslist for a vintage-looking find like this!) that can be used as a changing table is a great way to do that. in a tiny nursery this is also a great way to stash some baby supplies in the drawers below