Green, gray and white nursery design

One of my closest friends is having a baby girl in October. Girl after my own heart, Naomi, the mom-to-be, made her first purchase for the nursery from Craigslist.

Naomi's chair

A feminine green and white glider and matching ottoman. She said she was thinking she’d like to do a gray, green and white color scheme. That’s all I needed to hear. This is what I came up for Baby Girl Tramontano and her bargain-hunting, stylish mama.

Naomi's nursery

* I would paint the white walls a perfect neutral. My pick is Sherwin Williams’ Mindful Gray.
* Naomi and Jeff were married in Cape Cod last year. I wanted to bring in touches of nautical decor without the nursery feeling theme-y, which I don’t like. I found this distressed seagull wall hanging and knew it would be perfect.
* The armoire helps hide all of baby’s things.
* On one wall, I imagine a collage of vintage, rustic black-and-white photos that include this birdhouse picture, among others.
* Naomi laughs, but I want to gift her some of the twine ball chandeliers I had at my wedding.

Twine ball chandeliers

* I want to remove the lights, string some of the larger balls together with fishing line and hang them in place of a traditional mobile in the room.
* Over the blackout roller shades, I want to hang gauzy curtains in a fun print.
* The glider gets moved in front of the window and this pillow gets added.
* This little bookshelf doubles as a side table next to the chair.
* I like the traditional lines of this crib paired with this more modern gray dot and green bedding.
* This plush green-and-white rug anchors the space.
* A washed wood floor lamp warms the room.
* This dresser, the priciest item in the room, becomes a changing table with a pad on top and is a piece of furniture she can keep forever.
* The wooden shadow box lets Naomi display sentimental keepsakes for her daughter.