Looking for a little eco-friendly design inspiration for your nursery? The interior design team at Marsh & Clark created a chic, modern, sustainable room for triplets from a third-floor attic bedroom at the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Inside the nursery you’ll find healthy and toxin-free furniture, fibers and finishes as well as pieces that boast a sophistication that deems them appropriate for use outside the nursery years later.

Marsh & Clark founder Stephanie Marsh Fillbrandt believes sustainability is particularly important in nursery design both to use safe and eco-friendly materials for babies and to create a space that will grow with a child through multiple stages of his life. Her triplet nursery shows us both green furniture and modern pieces that won’t have to get tossed after your tot is out of diapers.

While many of the pieces–the crib, credenza, pull-down changing table and mirror, and chandelier mobile–are custom-made by Marsh & Clark, some of our favorite green children’s designers offer similar aesthetic and multi-use appeal including Ouef and Argington. Here, the cribs are made from formaldehyde-free medite and finished with soy-based, food-safe paint to insure it’s safe for the most active teethers.

Natural fibers were used throughout–window seats, carpets and bumpers are all made from wool. The designers also added adorable, yet still sophisticated animal touches like the polar bear digital photo frame from Hannspree and sweet framed animal photography from Catherine Ledner resting on a West Elm picture ledge.

San Francisco natural and organic children’s boutique Sprout provided many of the other green decor pieces including stuffed eco animals and crib sheets. Other modern designers were brought to the mix with Thomas Pederson’s Stingray Lounge Rocking Chair and baby blankets from Sferra.