As my daughter began to out grow her nursery, I wanted to give her a space where she could grow into and have a place to play and imagine.
Her nursery was done in coral, navy and gold so I knew I wanted to keep the same color scheme. I wanted to do something that could keep growing with her even when she moves into to a full bed.
I went with a classic, but feminine style. Nothing too frilly but girly.
The crib is by Jenny Lind with the conversion kit attachment. The play kitchen is from Kid Kraft, and I made it over to be gold. All of the bedding is from Pottery Barn Kids, and the blanket is from Nordstrom's. The tee pee is from One King's Lane. The shelves are from Ikea and the mounted bookcase is from Pottery Barn Kids. For the rest of the product listing check out The Welch Abode. All photography from Jennifer Grant Photo.
I think I'd have to say my favorite thing is the gold play kitchen. It was one of those projects that I had in my head and it turned out better than expected. We gave it to her from Christmas and she loved it right way!
Nothing in her room was overly expensive, the crib and side rail was about $250 and that is the most expensive item in the room. The rocking chair was a garage sale find that I sprayed white, a number of the pieces were hacked from Ikea. So it does not take a big budget to make a big impact.