Emma Arlette’s Nursery

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Description

I am one of those women who wants to be all "arts & craft" but I have zero decorating skills! However, with my baby girl on her way, I wanted her room to be cozy and a place to relax.  Thanks to Project Nursery and Pinterest, two of the greatest websites for new mothers and mothers-to-be, I was able to piece together a room for my daughter that I absolutely love. I was also very conscious of the amount of money that I was going to spend.

Design Inspiration

When I found out I was having a girl, I was so excited.  I knew I wanted to have pink in her room but I didn't want the color to dominate the room.  Her room was already painted grey so I decided to stick with that.  I decided to buy white furniture because I felt like it would make my small room feel bigger and light.  Plus, if I decided to change up the colors later, white furniture is pretty easy to accessorize. My major inspiration for the room was the aqua chevron rug. So, I figured I would use aqua and pink as my accent colors.

Decorating Style

I'm not quite for sure what my decorating style is...maybe simple and clean. I'm not one for too much stimuli in my life so I didn't want to go over board in Emma's room.

Project Details

The crib I bought from a friend for $100 (mattress included)

Aqua Chevron Rug: Urban Outfitters

White Dresser, White Book Case, Soft Pink Lamp, White Picture Frames above Crib, White Night Light on Dresser: IKEA

White Rocker Chair & Ottaman: Babies R Us   (Very comfy chair)

Aqua End Table, Round Mirror: TJ Maxx

Crib Sheet & Skirt: Pottery Barn for Kids

Aqua Picture Frame: Hobby Lobby

Advice

Have fun with it.

2 Comments

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    Is there any way you could upload some higher res photos of Emma’s nursery? These are very small and its difficult to see all the beautiful details.

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