A Little Bundle Nursery Reveal

A clean and quirky baby space for a mama with serious taste.

We’ve been crushing on Annie Lin of A Little Bundle ever since we found her beautiful baby shop on Instagram. With her impeccable eye for high-quality baby and mama products, and her masterful ability to curate the perfect gift bundle, we knew this Austin gal had serious style. And that was before she got pregnant.

So we were understandably ecstatic when we found out that Annie had a baby on the way. And that she was letting us see Baby Girl’s nursery first. And letting us show it to you, of course. Get a glimpse of Annie’s beautiful nursery and find out why this mama is over the moon to join the mama community. Then head over to our Instagram, where she’d taking over our feed for the day, and find out how to win $900 in beautiful baby goodies!

Horse-themed Nursery

How has pregnancy changed or inspired your work?
When I started A Little Bundle 2.5 years ago, I was really insecure about the fact that I wasn’t a mother and wanted to provide products for both the mom and the baby. Now that I am pregnant and all my friends and family are mostly mothers or becoming mothers, I find that it’s no different than how I’ve been operating. I’m constantly reading up on products, discovering new techniques and connecting with the moms in local and online communities. It really all comes down to who you surround yourself with, the advice you seek and what you look for!

I do have to say I have become overly prepared for motherhood with the 2.5 years training of curating for A Little Bundle, but like I said, every mother does their best and does things differently. I learn more and more each day from the amazing online mommy community.

West Elm Changing Table
Baby Girl Slippers
How does your job make you more excited (or nervous!) about having a baby?
A Little Bundle is my baby and now that I’m having an actual baby – it’s really making me nervous on how I can juggle both. I’ve been able to take the risk on this dream of mine, and it’s still growing. I am a true believer that everything happens for a reason and it all turns out the way it should be – as long as I put in my best effort of what my priorities are in the period of my life. For now, I’m going to try my best to juggle my small business and figure out motherhood with the help of my amazing friends and family!

Tell us about the nursery! What’s the foundation for the space?
The nursery really started with this beautiful horse photograph I purchased from the local outlet! Since I’m constantly shopping and looking around for A Little Bundle, I’ve already had an idea of how I hoped for the nursery to turn out to be – clean but quirky! Hopefully, this is shown through what we’ve come up with!

Modern Crib

Nursery Storage with Dolls
Did Baby Daddy weigh in?
Baby daddy has some say, but I mostly did the shopping and decoration. My husband works in the design industry, too, so he has a lot of input, but overall we agreed on the furniture and the details were left to me. He did all the assembling, handy work, and putting it together! Haha!

How have you gone about putting it together?
I really had a lot of things already in mind from just obsessing over certain brands I would find on Instagram. For example, I’ve been such a fan of @_jujujust_ and had a weird feeling to keep this beautiful mobile for my future unborn child one day! And the time has come! Other brands that I’ve collaborated already through A Little Bundle has just been a standing must for my baby girl, for example, Yarning Made, Roxy Marj, Wee Gallery and Wovenplay. As for furniture, I sell Oeuf and Nuna through A Little Bundle and that was a no brainer!

West Elm Nursery Glider

Jujujust Nursery Mobile
Tell us about some of the biggies in the nursery. 
The Crib was the Classic Crib from Oeuf and I love the modern look to it. The Rocker was a tough one. I was looking for something modern yet practical and comfortable. There’s not a lot of choices out there with that combination. We ended up with the West Elm Graham Glider. Our dresser where our changing pad will be on top is from West Elm!

And the details?
Oh, There’s just so many! I love her pom pom curtains that I got from Anthropologie. The gold pouf is from Etsy from years ago and the many baskets from Olli and Ella. And I love the mobile from JuJuJust, which I mentioned before I had for A Little Shop almost a year and half ago!

Anything sentimental?
No actually! My sister has a baby girl who’s now 2 years old, so my baby girl will definitely get some of her clothes!

Baby Bookshelf

Annie Lin of A Little BundleWhat’s the best piece of advice you’d give to a mom-to-be that’s planning her own nursery?
Start early! I’m so glad I started in my second trimester because now that I’m in my third trimester I’m really feeling the body aches, the growth of the belly and feeling tired easier than before!

Looking for more of Annie’s nursery faves? Here’s where to find them:
Jujujust mobile
Anthropologie Pom Pom curtains
West Elm Graham Glider
Oeuf Classic Crib
Oeuf Play Storage
Kelli Murray Unicorn Print
Olli & Ella Bins
Maileg Mr. Fox
Hazel Village Stuart
Colette Bream Star Pillows
Roxy Marj Bear Blanket
Margaux and May Swaddles
Freshly Picked Moccasins
Atsuyo Et Akiko x Jess Brown

Photography by Lyda Ham.

Jessica Pallay

Jessica Pallay

JESSICA PALLAY is the Co-Founder and Chief Content Officer of Well Rounded NY. She is a Brooklyn mama to Libby and Elsie, and writes about all things pregnancy and new motherhood.

Comments {5}

  1. I agree, start early! I started in my 3rd trimester (33 weeks) and I thought I was going to die from being overwhelmed!

    andiperullo
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  3. Hi! Where is your changing table/dresser from!? LOVE IT! 🙂

    allison cornell
  4. It’s from West Elm and the changing table is from Oeuf too 🙂

    Annie
  5. What color is the west elm glider? Thanks!

    Lauren

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