Ava’s Cherry Blossom Nursery

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Description

My husband and I used white, grey, and pink to create the cherry blossom nursery. We ordered a decal offline, and crafted several of the items. The crib sheet, pillow, curtains, wreath and button art "Ava" sign were all handmade, putting our friends, families, and own creativity to work. We also had a friend redesign her closet so that it was more functional and looked way better!

Design Inspiration

I went on Pinterest quite a bit, and we had several family members and friends help with different projects. Most of the initial ideas came from the decal as the central focus. The button art idea came when a student in my class brought in a bag full of buttons that she no longer wanted.

Decorating Style

I'm usually not the best at restraining myself or sticking with a theme. I like lots of color, and mismatching items. However, I am usually disappointed with the results of my styling efforts. With the help of my husband, I tried to keep things as coordinated as possible, and I love how it turned out!

Project Details

Crib: Storkcraft Savona

Glider: Storkcraft Tuscany Glider and Ottoman

Hemnes Dresser and Nightstand: IKEA

Rug: Target

Curtains, Throw pillow and Crib Sheet: Handmade

Mobile: Target

Cheveron Laundry Basket: HomeGoods

Wall Decal of Cherry Blossom Tree: Simple Shapes

Door Wreath: By my talented friend Brittany

Bird Lamp: HomeGoods

Button Art: Handmade with gifted buttons and supplies from Jo Ann Fabrics and Michaels

"Love you So Much" Banner: After Valentine's clearance at Target several years ago

Owl Footstool: HomeGoods

Paint: Dolphin Fin from Home Depot

Favorite Items

I can't choose-- I like it all!

Advice

Pin, Pin, Pin! There are so many good ideas on the internet.

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