Colette’s Shabby Chic Feminine Nursery « previous return to gallery next » A Project For: Baby Colette Age: May, 2014 due date Location: Orlando, FL Description: A feminine, whimsical, shabby-chic nursery. Design Inspiration: So many ideas stolen/borrowed from etsy and people far more creative than myself. Decorating Style: Feminine, shabby-chic, quirky at times. Project Details: Photography: kbsphoto.com My high school best friend was kind enough to take some photos during a brief visit. Located in Richmond and Williamsburg, VA Paint: Martha Stewart, Heavy Goose and stencil paint was Martha Stewart Rose Chome Aqua Dresser: Painted Cottages on Etsy Shelf Above Dresser: RH baby & child Embroidered Circle Name: Blue Without You on Etsy Kate Spade Quote: The Restlessness on Etsy Grey Shoes Embroidered Initials: Kay Lane Sisters on Etsy Aqua Doll: Pottery Barn Kids Frames: Home Goods, Spray Painted with Krylon Catalina Mist and Ballet Slipper Kitten Prints: Paragon Vintage Prints Girl Print: Amazon Crib: Sears- Carter's Haven (re-used from son) Crib Bumper: RH baby & child Crib Skirt: RH baby and child Crib Sheet: RH baby & child Changing Table Painted Pink with Chalk Paint and Hot Glued Frilly Lace: Amazon aden + anais Changing Table Cover: Diapers.com Wire Changing Table Bins: World Market Curtain Tie-Back Spray Painted Krylon Ballerina Slipper: Willows Grace on Etsy Curtains: Target Glider: West Elm Ottoman: RH baby & child Bookshelves Spray Painted Krylon Catalina Mist and Hot Glue Gunned Some Beads from Hobby Lobby: Amazon Artwork with Quote Above: Local Artist Birdcage Wall Decal: Abby's Vinyl Wall Art on Etsy Shabby Chic C Letter: DIY Project with Hobby Lobby Supplies Stencil: Cutting Edge Stencils on Etsy 3 Aquamarine Hooks: The Shabby Shak Colette Pillow: Ted and Lucy on Etsy Light Plate Switch: 2 Country Chics on Etsy Night Table: Walmart Vase: IKEA, Spray Painted Catalina Mist and Decorated DIY Lamp: IKEA Rug: Pottery Barn Kids Favorite Items: The dresser, but also the stencil because I put so much time into it! Advice: Outsource when you can and support artists! Try to pick items that might grow into their childhood rooms or be sentimental to them later on.