Just two weeks before the arrival of their first child, Jason and Laura Oronzi found out that instead of a daughter, the stork would be bringing them a son. So after nine months of preparing for a girl and designing a space suitable for their little princess, this San Francisco couple had to scramble to transform the room into a nursery for a baby boy.
They enlisted the help of Jennifer Jones, of Niche Interiors in San Francisco, to help create a new space for baby. Jennifer kept the neutral dragonfly wallpaper, the wire chair and the crib from the original design, but there was a lot of pink in the room that needed to go. “We got rid of the pink and added pops of turquoise and orange and a graphic-print rug with a zig zag pattern to make it more manly.”
For more room details and a list of room resources so you can “get the look,” visit California Home+Design.
Photo by: R. Brad Knipstein Photography