- A Project For: Baby Brooke's Sweet Nursery
- Age: 6 months
- Location: Ballwin, MO
After 2 boys, it was a no brainer to accent the nursery in pink. We didn't want to paint the room again... but it looks great with the teal and pink. I think having the walls green really compliments all the pink accessories. It was so much fun hunting my favorite stores for feminine pieces... all the furniture in the nursery was less than $500! I wanted Brooke's bedding to be different, so I sent the fabric to my Aunt Jan, and she sewed the quilt, pillows and even a baby doll quilt. To save on cost, I purchased the silk and made the curtains and rest of the bedding. I love the Winbourg Sisters artwork, and painted the piece above the antique dresser to accent the blues in the room and we hung cute butterfly mobiles and a tree branch from the sky painted on the ceiling. The last hand-painted pieces was the ceiling medallion that we bought from Lowe's for less than $20. What I love about Brooke's nursery is the serene feeling and it looks like a very expensive nursery, but was done on a small budget! You can do it too!
The rug was the first major purchase, and then when I found Tanya Whelan's Ava Rose fabric collection I was sold, along with Bari J's first fabric release. I love the teal blue and pink and the birds and butterflies. So sweet and delicate.
Classic Cottage Style
Drexel dresser- GoodWill find painted with decorator's white from Benjamin Moore Antique dresser- Goodwill find is painted decorator's white Antique armoire- Craigslist, interior painted with Ben Moore pink parfait and exterior is decorator's white rug Pottery Barn Teen Rocker- garage sale and cover from Craigslist Ceiling Medallion- Lowe's and hand painted with acrylics chandelier, mirrors and butterfly mobiles- Pottery Barn Kids artwork- inspired by Winbourg sisters, Cherry Blossom fabrics from Tanya Whelan and Bari J. Ackerman curtains and bedding- custom sewn by mommy and Aunt Jan canvas buckets- Pottery Barn Kids table and chairs from Craigslist crystal lamps from HomeGoods Accessories from Michaels and Hobby Lobby Tree branch- made with materials found at Garage Sales and Michaels crib - Craigslist crib sheets- Pottery Barn Kids window sheers- Target
I love how sweet the tree branch is and my Aunt Jan is so talented in the quilting department!
If you see something you like and it speaks to you... get it. Look for shape and style... paint does wonders in transforming pieces.
Posted on October 1, 2012 4,370 views
Child of God, wife, mommy, art teacher, sewing/ photography enthusiast, gardener, diy'er, bargain hunter> more projects by mrsdlynn
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