Bonnie’s Nursery

  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 1081/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 0902/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 0943/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 0994/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 1065/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 0976/7
  • Bonnie-week 2 & nursery 0967/7


One of a kind nursery with a whimsical yet sofisticated feel for our sweet baby girl.

Design Inspiration

A room that would work with the rest of our house and be sweet & fun but not too "nursery-ish."

Decorating Style

Eclectic french cottage?

Project Details

I sewed the crib skirt and recovered the cane-backed chair in the same fabric (a discontinued P. Kaufmann floral.)  We bought the crib on and thrifted the orange chair, the dresser and the table (both the table and dresser had to be repainted.)  We owned but repainted the bookshelf and child's rocker.  I made the bunting banner and tissue-paper pom poms getting help from online tutorials on Martha Stewart's website as well as youtube.  The artwork consists of an etsy print, shower invitations and another already print we already owned.  We ordered a shade pendant light kit from shades of light and ordered the shade at a local light shop.  I glued pom-pom trim to the drum shade and sewed the trim onto the curtains.  The nursery ended up costing us around $500.00

Favorite Items

The bunting banner or fabric used for the crib skirt.  I think both are so sweet.


Look for things you can either do yourself or order inexpensively for a one-of-a-kind look no one else will have!


  1. 1

    I LOVE the crib skirt! Vintage inspired fabrics with bold florals are some of my favorites!

    Nice job! It’s really a relaxing but interesting space! You can do so much with this as Bonnie grows too!

  2. 2

    I love that bunting :) That wooden board with the cards being hung by a ribbon is a nice touch too.  Great work putting all of these together!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *