This Artist’s Mini Nursery Is The Most Stylish Way to Room Share
In addition to working in-house for a tech company designing its global office, Diana Farberov is an artist and interior designer who focuses on residential projects. Oh, and she’s also a new mom, who has recently put her design skills to the test while decorating a 160 square foot nursery. The process taught Diana a lot about adding charm to a small room. “We really had to think through the essential items and how to best utilize our limited space,” she comments. “A lot of time was spent measuring and mocking up floor plans to make sure everything would fit perfectly.”
While it was important to select pieces that would fit despite the space’s layout constraints, Diana also wanted to invest in furnishings that her family will be able to use for many years to come. “Every item we picked out for the nursery works just as well for an older kids bedroom, and some pieces can even be shifted to an adult space if needed,” she shares. “It felt much more sustainable to plan and buy with future design options in mind!” Keep reading to learn more about the finished nursery and Diana’s favorite moments using the space with her little one, Arno.
Photography by Kelsey Ann Rose
Everyday magic, captured.
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