- A Project For: Alexa
- Age: 1
- Location: Oakville, ON Canada
Baby Alexa's beautiful pink and grey nursery.
I wanted something that was both sophisticated and feminine without being all pink! I collaborated with interior designer, Paula Velez from Draw me a Sheep nursery design studio who suggested going with grey walls and using pink only as an accent color. We found the beautiful pink and grey damask bedding from Carousel deigns and that was the basis for the nursery.
My style is contemporary and classic. I wanted a room that was polished but also had fun elements to it.
Interior Designer, Draw me a Sheep, Nursery design studio & baby boutique, 414 Dupont Rd. Toronto, ON
Wall color is Mickey's Shadow from Behr at Home Depot
Pink and Grey Damask Bedding from Carousel designs. http://www.babybedding.com/pink-and-gray-damask-crib-bedding
Crib from the baby factory warehouse in Woodbridge, ON
Dresser, shelf and side table from Ikea
Crystal knobs for dresser and side table from Home Depot
Crystal Chandelier from Union Lighting, Toronto, ON
Chair from Bowering
Lamp, pillows, blanket and accessories from Draw Me a Sheep baby boutique Toronto, ON
Curtains from Restoration Hardware
Curtain Ties, Custom made
Art work on shelf, Etsy
Hanging Flower Pom Poms from Etsy
Personalized damask wall decal from Etsy
Change pad and cover from Pottery Barn Kids
Mannequin from Draw me a Sheep baby boutique, Toronto, ON
Art work above chair from Draw me a Sheep, 414 Dupont Rd. Toronto, ON
Mirror, antique from my grandmother
White laundry basket from Babies R Us
Large bunny from the Hallmark store
Personalized pink and white polka dot child's chair from Pottery Barn Kids
My favorite item is the antique mirror from my grandmother. It fits into the room perfectly and has sentimental value. I love that my daughter has something from her in her nursery.
I also love the personalized wall decal, it compliments the damask pattern from the crib bedding perfectly!
Have fun and you don't have to spend a lot of money to make a beautiful nursery.
My designer suggested I customize Ikea furniture by putting on different knobs from Home Depot to save money but make the pieces look more sophisticated and expensive even though they are not!
And we used several items from Esty to decorate the room that were also inexpensive but have a great impact.
Posted on August 17, 2013
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