Beckham’s Room

I am so excited to finally share Beckham’s room! I had hoped to share it before he was born, but then he surprised us all by coming 4 weeks early! After our 7 week hospital stay and adapting to our new life at home, I finally feel like we are finding a routine. :)

When we started thinking about designing a nursery for Beckham we knew we wanted something fun, whimsical, and filled with color. We wanted a place Beckham could grow into. Putting his room together was definitely a labor of love, but oh so worth it in the end! We started building his room from a neutral base. We tested about a dozen paint colors before landing on this perfect shade of gray. From there we found his crib at Pottery Barn Kids and his chair and rug from West Elm. The rug was on back order for quite a while, and we weren’t sure we would get one. While we waited on the rug, we found this great dresser at our favorite thrift store. Beto painted it pale aqua. Choosing fabrics was probably the most difficult task. In November my Mom and sister were in town and they helped me make a decision¬†about these fun, bright, patterned fabrics from City Craft. Beto’s sister made the bedding and curtains, and we love how they came together! All of the prints above his crib were found on etsy. Beto built the shelves above the dresser/changing table. For now we have them merchandised with books, a goat stuffed animal after Beto’s favorite soccer team (the Chivas!!), Beckham’s Beads of Courage from Children’s, and other fun items. We love all the sweet handmade items that fill his room. So many friends sent us quilts and blankets. His set of felt woodland creatures are also made by a friend, and I hope to make them into a mobile asap.

We couldn’t be happier with how Beckham’s room came together! We are so incredibly thankful that he is finally home so we can enjoy spending time in it together. There is nothing better than rocking our sweet boy!

Kendall Crib: Pottery Barn Kids
Dresser/Changing Table: Thrifted
Graham Glider: West Elm
Zigzag Rug: West Elm
Lamp: Target
Wooden Shelves: handmade by Beto
Crib bumper, skirt, and curtains: handmade by Beckham’s Aunt Ceci
Dot Crib Sheet: Pottery Barn Kids
Colorful Fabric Banner: Twenty29 Freckles
Frames: IKEA
b: Anthropologie
You’re Getting Very Sleepy print: Sycamore Stree Press
You Are So Loved print: Jessica Swift
Fox print: Milk and Cookies
Heart & 10 Mil Besos print: The Big Harumph
Polaroid print: Candidate
Dallas Neighborhoods print: David Anthony Harmon
No Whining Print: Hammerpress

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9 Responses to Beckham’s Room

  1. Ruby says:

    Wow his room looks so good !! I love every details! He is going to love it growing up !

  2. Andrea Crosswhite says:

    It’s just perfect!!!

  3. Emily says:

    Beautiful! I can’t wait to see it in person!

  4. Emily Thompson says:

    THANK YOU for once again doing exactly what I would have done myself! So many baby rooms are terrible matchy-matchy themed places. You went with real-life adult furniture, and it’s PERFECT. Masculine but adorable, and not cliche. I could recognize me some West Elm pieces from a million miles away. :) The room is a masterpiece! Well done, you two.

  5. Tracy says:

    Gorgeous! Do you remember manufacturer/the color of paint you used on the walls?

  6. Prima Suz says:

    This room is gorgeous. I absolutely LOVE every detail (but my fav are the animals! I have a sweet spot for foxes and owls!)
    Doesn’t surprise me one bit though, coming from you.

  7. Jenna Evans says:

    Oh Lindsey! It’s gorgeous and perfect…. prob my favorite baby’s room! So happy for you and Beto. Becks is adorable!

  8. Melanie says:

    Absolutely adorable. You guys are brilliant designers. So glad to hear you are home and adapting to life as three plus pet.

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