Audrey+Charlotte Nursery

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A Project For

Twin girls Audrey and Charlotte

Age

Due in December

Location

Texas

Description

A twin nursery that is soothing for both babies and mom!

Design Inspiration

I wanted my little girls' room to flow with the rest of our home, but still be appropriately girly for them. I didn't want an overwhelming theme, but there are quite a few bird-silhouette items incorporated. We used new and old pieces blended together, and tried to avoid a matchy-matchy feel. I saved a lot of ideas I saw on Project Nursery!

Decorating Style

Vintage and feminine

Project Details

Paint color: Benjamin Moore Chocolate Mousse. Cribs: Ellery Crib by Lolly & Me from Target. Bookcase, side table and dresser: Hemnes collection in gray-brown from Ikea. Dresser knobs: Hobby Lobby. Glider: "Chair and a half" by Little Castle, fabric is Riviera Linen. Ottoman: Home Goods. Green chair: from antique mall. Wall bookshelves: made by my husband. Hanging baskets: purchased at World Market, added the fabric and lace to hide the contents. Lamps: cream lamp from Hobby Lobby, pink lamp is a family antique. Pom-pom mobile: DIY, inspiration from Etsy. Bedding: sheets- Dwell Studio Vintage Blossom Blush, crib skirts- Restoration Hardware. Pillows: TJ Maxx. Curtains: World Market- Laurel Floral Curtain. Wall Art, mirror, and chalkboard: TJ Maxx.

Favorite Items

Glider chair and curtains around the cribs.

Advice

We started working on the room almost immediately, even before we knew the genders of our babies. The furniture was gender neutral, and then we chose colors and accessories after we found out they were both little girls. I kept tags and receipts because I changed my mind a lot! I would recommend creating a room that fits your personal taste, because you will be the one spending a lot of time there! I would also recommending buying things that could go in other places in the home for when the kids grow up and want to change the room.

5 Comments

  1. 1

    Fab room. I like the colors you used; reminds me of those cute Silvanian Family toys. Remarkable details, too.

  2. 2

    LOVE this room. its perfect. Love the vintage feel and all the personal touches you put into it!! Great job and congrats on your upcoming bundles of joy!

  3. 3

    this room is lovely and sweet. congratulations on being one of our favorite projects of the week!

  4. 4

    Very pretty room. Nice fabric pompoms mobile, by the way.

  5. 5

    Can you post the details of the oval frames that have the babies’ names and some flowers? They are beautiful. Love the room!

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