Baby B’s Bunny Nursery

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Description

Simple pale green nursery with touches of pink. 

Design Inspiration

I was inspired by the nurseries on Project Nursery and a cute bunny wreath I found at World Market during Easter season. I've always loved the Beatrix Potter bunnies but didn't want to use cartoonish or stock nursery items. I wanted a simple green nursery with touches of pink - and went a little crazy with the pink closet!

Decorating Style

Simple, classic and functional. 

Project Details

I did a lot of research online for good deals and didn't limit myself to just "baby" items. I also spent money on things that would last a long time (like the dresser) and fixed up cheaper pieces (like the IKEA bookcase) with fabric .  I allowed myself a few splurges like the Serena & Lily bedding but got it 20% off during a sale.  Adding small touches like ribbon to the closet boxes or the hangers personalizes each item.  Not to mention this nursery can be easily repurposed for a boy's room by changing the pink items. The base color is green and white. 

 

 

Crib & Dresser - Fillmore collection from Pottery Barn Kids

 

Changing Pad & Cover - Amazon.com

 

Bedding - Serena & Lily 

 

Bookcase - Ikea Billy boockase. Lined the back with pink polka dot fabric before assembling. 

 

Bunny art - Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/shop/trafalgarssquare?ref=seller_info)

Rug - Land of Nod (http://www.landofnod.com/magic-carpet-non-flying-edition-pink/f9740)

 

Butterfly mobile - Buy Buy Baby 

 

Closet: 

Ikea EXPEDIT bookcase and Ikea white containers 

 

Hangers & floral boxes (Marshalls & Homegoods)

Favorite Items

Green striped wall.

3 Comments

  1. 1

    The bunny wreath is so adorable! And I really like the sweet, feminine and soft colors you used.

  2. 2

    Thank you so much for posting! I think I’ve found my nursery theme! :) I’ve had pet rabbits all my life, my last one is now 9 years old, and blind so I don’t think he’ll be making it much longer. What a wonderful way to honor my sweet bunnies!

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