Easton’s Desert Inspired Nursery

September 20, 2017

Many of you either listen to Kyle Unfug on the radio on KIIS FM in the mornings or follow her on social media. She has been a loyal client of mine for the past few years since I first photographed her daughter Addison and I’ve had the opportunity to capture images of both of her babies as they grow through their first year. Kyle sent me a few photos of Easton’s desert inspired nursery while she was still pregnant and I knew I had to make a trip down to their home in Chandler to see if for myself. I couldn’t make that trip without adding a few heritage wood prints to his nursery, and one for big sister Addison’s room too. Okay, I am a little OBSESSED with the reclaimed wood wall that she and her hubby Scott worked on for the main focal point of the nursery.



And that color on the crib and dressers! It’s not your typical brown or white. It reminds me of the exact color of my dining room walls, Nautical blue. 2017-08-16_0003.jpg
Kyle added some personal touches with finds from Jaxn Blvd who also is all over many walls in my home and studio with her unique hand painted signs. This one that states, “dream big little one”, is adorned with a darling felt ball garland in greens and mustards. The cute little saguaro pillow is a great touch of color in the fairly neutral nursery.
Since Scott’s older children weren’t able to attend Easton’s studio newborn session the week after he was born and just happened to be around that day we piled them all in the nursery for a few cozy family photos. Easton had shots that day at the pediatrician, as you can see his sweet little bandaid on his leg, so he was not exactly in the mood for photos! I do love the sweet shots of Kyle trying to console him throughout my time there.
For those of you that follow my social media pages, or Kyle’s too, probably saw the reaction that big sister Addison had towards her baby brother at their studio session a few months ago. She was not pleased! Wanted NOTHING to do with that baby that just came and taken over her home. Fast forward a few months later she was all about giving him kisses and helping with his bottle. Sometimes sibling relationships just need a little time to blossom, they aren’t something that can be forced right off the starting line.
I surprised Kyle with a gorgeous 20×20 heritage wood print for Addison’s room. This was one of the first images she posted on her social media wall so I knew it was a favorite of hers. It looked perfect with those grey and white striped walls and that dress from Tutu Du Monde was everything on her.

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