Paint - Lancaster Yellow from Farrow & Ball was chosen because the paint is classified zero VOC and environmentally friendly.
Chair - I wish I had visited Hickory Chair before we chose the glider chair from another retailer who shall remain nameless because then the beautiful Meredith fabric from Schumacher we chose for the slipcover would definitely have matched on all sides! It still looks great though and can be moved to the living room in the future.
Dresser/Changing Table - The Kendall Dresser and Changing Table Topper was chosen from Pottery Barn Kids because it was the smallest option available. The room is not very large and has one entire wall of closets so there is not a lot of floor space for furniture. The topper can also be removed once the child is older and just needs a dresser.
Bookcase - The Wyndham Bookcase from Crate and Barrel was also chosen for its slim size. All of the furniture was ordered in white so it could also grow with the child and would complement any room color scheme.
Bedding - The inspiration for the color scheme for the room came from the fun crib bedding at The Gordonsbury Company, especially the On Safari collection. It can be mixed and matched with embroidery or without to create a myriad of options.
I still think it's funny that a single interior designer decorated the baby's room but I guess that just means I'll be prepared for when my time comes!