Girly Pink Stripes

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Description

Girly Nursery

Design Inspiration

I was inspired by all the beautiful nurseries that I saw on projectnursery.com

Decorating Style

Very simple, delicate and girly. I did my best to stick to pink and white colors only. 

Project Details

 The crib is by Munire, the chandelier from a local Brooklyn store, the rocking chair and lamp are from Ikea. The dressers were something we already had, we just painted them and I bought the pink knobs at buy buy baby. Mobile - Etsy.com. Rug- Century 21 Dept. Store. Window Treatment - theshadestore.com

Favorite Items

The crib. It is just so beautiful.

Advice

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    I love the stripes! What brand and colors did you use? Also, where did you get the chandelier? I am 22 weeks and am starting to get things together for my nursery :)

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    Rachel,

    We used Behr paint, the white is called Polar Bear and the pink, we originally bought musical mist, but it was too light so we took it back to home depot and they added some red to it, to make it a deeper pink.

    The chandelier is from a local store that isn’t there anymore. If you are in the NY area I recommend shopping on Bowery street in Chinatown for a chandelier. If not,www.bel-bambini.com has a nice selection.

    Best of luck with your nursery.

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    This is adorable! Question for you- how do you like the chair? I’m on the hunt for a chair for our nursery and can not decide what style to get. I am in love with one that’s $1000 and that seems nuts. Have you used it a lot and is it comfortable? Any advise would be fabulous!

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    This chair is perfect, very comfy. It is definitely one of the more affordable ones out there.The cushions are available in a variety of colors. Gliders are very expensive for some reason, I also found one that suited the room much better but was unwilling to pay $1000 for it. Overstock.com also has some reasonably priced options, that are modern. Once the baby is a toddler, you wont need anymore so I wouldn’t invest too much in a rocking chair.

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