I can't believe the nursery is finally done! I am due tomorrow, October 18, and everything is finally ready!
I had so much fun putting this space together. I have known even before we were planning to have kids exactly what I would do for a little girl's nursery, and it came together exactly how I envisioned! (There is a full source list at the bottom of the post)
The room is small - maybe 10x10 - but adding a chair rail 3/4 of the way up the wall added so much character. The metallic star decals are from Urban Walls, and I absolutely love them. It really wasn't too hard to put them up and they make such a big impact. My dad switched out the light fixture for this gold and crystal flush mount, which is so charming.
My mother-in-law painted the antique dresser for me. which we're using as a changing table. I love that we can continue to use this piece even after the diaper changing days are over.
The curtains in the room were a labor of love by my mom. They are simple white panels from Target, which we originally picked bright coral fabric for. After she sewed the coral on and we hung them, they were just not right in the room. Everything feels so soft and soothing, and the coral was very jarring in person. So my mom took it off and we lined them with simple peach ribbon from Hobby Lobby. Thanks mom for all your hard work!
I love this little corner, which is both sweet and sophisticated. The glider is from Wayfair, and I picked up the coral pillow at Home Goods before we even knew what we were having (I picked up a "boy pillow" also, but obviously didn't end up needing that : ). I knew I wanted a lot of mirrored accents, so the table and frames all carry that through.
The crib is a classic Jenny Lind, and I love its simple lines. I tried to keep the major pieces gender-neutral so we can use them again and just change out accents if we have a boy.
The Ikea Isala cabinet holds blankets and extra nursery items. I knew I wanted a vintage rocking horse for the top. Let me tell you, those are not easy to find, especially for a decent price. I was so excited when my friend in Kansas City found this one at a vintage store. It was dark wood and I painted it with Annie Sloan chalk paint. It looks pretty as an accessory now, and is very usable when the baby is a bit bigger.
Don't you love this diaper bag? I wanted something that didn't look too much like a diaper bag, since I'll probably essentially carry it as a purse for the next year. It is the Manifest Weekender by Little Unicorn. I love that brand. My favorite blanket, the watercolor rose quilt, is by them as well.
I got the rug for free using credits from Joss and Main. I had originally wanted a starburst pattern, but figured free was worth a slight design change! I love the pattern and texture it adds.
The star crown is actually a Christmas decoration I got from Wisteria a few years ago, but I knew it would be perfect in our sweet girl's nursery. The books are just notebooks from TJ Maxx, but the colors were perfect.
The tiny Beatrix Potter books are from my childhood, and I adore them. I got the silver rattle for a few dollars at a consignment sale.
The gold arrow hook came from Target (just yesterday!) and the darling peach tutu was a gift from my mom. The long dress is an antique christening gown, and the cream dress is her coming home outfit. I love having these on display!
I will probably fill the frames with our newborn and family photos after her arrival, so for now I simply filled them with peach and gold wrapping paper.
I made the flower mobile using the tutorial from Jones Design Company and flowers from Hobby Lobby. It took more flowers than I thought, but I love how it turned out!
Love this print from Lindsay Letters!
I've had this girl bust for several years, and knew it would be so cute in the nursery, especially with a peach bow in her hair : )
I'm sure we will soon fill this cabinet up with toys and extras, but for now it's simple and pretty storage.
All her teeny tiny clothes! I used drawer organizers from Ikea to sort everything.
Her closet was so fun to put together also. She already has quite the wardrobe! I was able to get the cubbies as well as the woven baskets on swap sites for next to nothing. The bins hold the less-than-cute necessities, while her little shoes and books are on display.
We are so excited to meet our little girl (hopefully very soon)! It has been such a labor of love getting this little space ready. All of our family helped in some way, and we could never have been prepared without the generous baby gifts from friends and family. It has been such a blessing! We're waiting for you, sweet girl!
Paint colors- Stonington Gray and Simply White by Benjamin Moore
Star decals- Urban Walls
Chair rail- Home Depot pre-painted
Art prints- Rifle Paper Co and Lindsay letters
Rocking horse- vintage painted in Annie Sloan chalk paint
White shelves- Secondhand
All picture frames- TJ Maxx
Books on shelves- TJ Maxx
Gold orb- Hobby Lobby
Peach candle holder- Hobby Lobby
Silver rattle- Secondhand
Star crown- Wisteria
Beatrix Potter books- from my childhood
Bust figurine- TJ Maxx
Box and flower arrangement on changing table- TJ Maxx
Dresser- vintage, painted simply white by Benjamin Moore
Drawer pulls- World Market
Pillows- Home Goods
Throw blanket on glider- TJ Maxx
Lamp- TJ Maxx
Side table- Overstock
Crib- Jenny Lind by Davinci
Peach watercolor blanket- Little Unicorn
Plush lamb- Jellycat
Plush bunny- Pottery Barn Kids
Rug- Joss and Main
Sheep play mat- Pottery Barn Kids
Mobile- tutorial here, flowers from Hobby Lobby
Curtains- Target Farah panels, peach ribbon sewn on by my mom
Curtain rods- Target
Closet cube storage- secondhand
Gray cube baskets- Amazon
Woven baskets on closet shelf- secondhand
Light fixture- Home Depot
Large Gray woven basket- TJ Maxx
Drawer organizers- Ikea Skubb
Arrow hooks- Target
Peach tutu- Bunnies by the Bay
White dress- vintage
Cream dress- Baby Gap
Starburst Mirror- TJ Maxx
Bunny on shelf- Bunnies by the Bay
Animal blocks- Pottery Barn Kids
Gold baby shoes- Old Navy