The room that is now Roscoe’s nursery also serves as a home office. A dresser, which doubles as a changing table, divides the space. With such a bold wall color, the rest of the color scheme was kept fairly neutral: black, white, and grey, with yellow accents, which led to the idea of a moon and stars theme. The large moon print was actually a piece of Rodarte wrapping paper that was framed. The table/chest by the bed is vintage. The quilt on the crib was made by a relative, and the felt moon and stars mobile – by the mother. Looking at this nursery we understand that a designer isn’t needed to decorate a cute nursery with style and taste.