- A Project For: Bexley Paige
- Age: 6 months
- Location: North Carolina
We wanted a girly nursery, for our daughter Bexley; just not pinks and purples! I'm not a fan of matchy-matchy, so we just pulled fabrics and colors together that we loved and her nursery "theme" was complete!
Lots of ideas from blogs and pinterest!
Crib: Given to us by my sister and brother in law. Changing Station: Old piece of family furniture painted black. Crib Skirt: Made by my mom from fabrics we selected at JoAnn's. Cornice Board: Wood, covered with a thin layer of polyfill and covered in coordinating fabric. Crib Bumpers: Boppy Bumpers covered by my mom. Embroidery Hoops: Painted Black and used old family scarves and materials from the crib skirt. Letters: Wood. Frame Collage: Old frames collected, painted black and filled with quotes. Mirrored doors: Standard closet doors. My husband added mirrors and trim. Idea from TheLetterCottage.net
Chair: Made a rocker from an old sitting chair of my Grandmothers.
Crib Skirt: A vision made to life by my mom
Pull items in a nursery that you like! Then it will all start coming together. Don't paint the walls a color that is too in your face. There is really no gray anywhere else in the nursery- but we think it provides a great neutral to her room.
Posted on May 25, 2012
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