- A Project For: Blakely
- Age: Newborn
- Location: Benton, AR
I created this nursery to bring home our baby girl Blakely. I knew I wanted something very girly but not too pink and frilly. Pink is still my favorite color but I wanted it to pop so I chose a different wall color. I really love how it all turned out. This room is the most decorated room in our entire home!
I was inspired originally by the aqua and pink color scheme and each piece came together one by one. I spent a lot of time on Pinterest searching for things that I loved and this room is a compilation of all the ideas I found. I was dealing with a small space (the room is 10x10 I believe) so I didn't want to overcrowd the room or do anything to make it too busy.
Fun! I wanted something fun and cute but I knew I definitely did not want to do a character theme so choosing a set of colors was exactly what I was looking for.
The wall color is Valspar- Aqua Chiffon
Rocker/Glider- Best Chairs Storytime Series purchased from a local children's boutique. Style is Nava
Bedding- Custom made by Butterbeans Boutique shop on Etsyhttp://www.etsy.com/shop/butterbeansboutique?ref=l2-shopheader-name
Wall Art- Sweet Emma Bird collection by Posh Paints on Etsyhttp://www.etsy.com/shop/poshpaints?ref=l2-shopheader-name
Name above Crib- Created by my husband but inspired by Pinterest.http://www.pinterest.com/pin/197102921164402909/
Crib and Dresser- Babies R Us Sorelle Verona Collection
Bow Holder- created by my mother-in-law but inspired by Pinterest
I love the chair the best. It was one of the priciest things in the room but so comfortable and definitely worth it.
I also really love the bedding and the little bird art. Who am I kidding, I love the whole room!
Don't expect it all to come together in a day. I spent my whole pregnancy putting little bits of this room together. I found a little something here and then another something there. I expected the room to be finished rather quickly but it really took me the whole pregnancy to complete the whole look.
Posted on September 24, 2013
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