A Nashville Mama Shows Us Her Beautiful Shared Nursery Space

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:45 am
09/22/20

Photographed by Andi Teggart

There’s lots to admire about today’s profile subject, Andi Teggart. And her insane greenhouse (which has its own popular IG feed!) isn’t even at the top of the list. The entrepreneurial, Nashville-based mama has an impressive array of projects under her belt, including running the strategic agency Lucky Collective, consulting in the digital marketing space, and running an online interiors shop and a blog. With the motto “you can do hard things” on refrain in her mind, she recently got her Master’s degree (while 8 months pregnant) and is currently raising two littles under the age of 3—Lucy, 2 1/2, and Winnie, 7 months—while trying to enact change about the issues she cares about most (racial inequality, gun violence, and immigrant rights) along the way.

Oh, and did we mention her knack for home design? Today, Andi gives us a tour of her charming shared nursery space that’s outfitted with not one, but two cribs by BreathableBaby, a company devoted to simple, smart, safe sleep products. In honor of Baby Safety Month, we get a close-up look at the newly launched Breathable Mesh 3-in-1 Convertible Crib and its Mini counterpart, both of which combine aspects of more traditional cribs with patented mesh borders that offer unrestricted ventilation, zero risk of arms or legs getting stuck between slats, and no pacifiers tumbling out onto the floor.

Check out how Andi integrated these cribs into her colorful, boho space to create an extra-sweet nursery—plus, get to know this inspiring mama while you’re at it!

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7 comments

Set

Love this crib! Also- where is the rug from? It’s so sweet :)

Faith

Absolutely love the color schemes and the warmth that it all brings. However, I have to admit the hanging plant over the baby crib through me off! As a mother, I would be nervous that she would pull on the plant, the plant would fall (for reasons I don’t know but you never know!) or spiders and other insects could make their home in there easily. But I love everything else!

Karen

Where is the floor cushion from? Love it!

Geneya

Love the pom mobile above one of the cribs. Where is that from?

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