Ava’s Glamorous Pink and Gold Nursery

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Description

This is the nursery for our first baby! It was so much fun to decorate and design for a girl because I am SO girly. We can't wait for her arrival in April.

Design Inspiration

I first found the vintage Barbie prints and got them framed. I based everything off of those. The wood furniture was mine from when I was a baby. My parent's had it re-painted for us and I couldn't be happier with how they turned out. The old trunk is also a family heirloom passed down on my husband's side.

Decorating Style

I'd say I lean towards French Country.

Project Details

Paint Color: Valspar Ballet Slipper

Crib, Changing Table, Chest of Drawers: Refinished pieces from when I was a baby

"Ava" Bedding: Glenna Jean

Bed Canopy: DIY from old corner shelf and "Lill" tulle curtains from IKEA

Monogram: League of Letters on Etsy

Dress Form: Hobby Lobby, Spray Painted it Gold

Glider: Newco Rounded Back Chenille Glider in Ivory

Flower Pouf Ottoman: Surya

Shag Rug, Curtain Rods and Lamp: Home Goods

Barbie Pictures: I found a calender with vintage barbie prints from Hobby Lobby and bought matted frames at Ross! I loved how they turned out!

Curtains: JCPenney antique satin pinch pleat curtains in cream

Pink Curtain Ties: DIY with ribbon from craft store

Mirror: Had sitting around and it had a black frame so I sprayed it gold

Hampton Bay "Kristin" Chandelier: Home Depot

Trunk: Family heirloom passed down from my husband's side of the family

Favorite Items

My favorite items would be the flower ottoman, barbie prints, and crib. I also love my glider. It is the most comfortable chair I have ever sat in!

Advice

I took my time and just searched around a lot of different stores until finally one day it all came together. It was fun to do it little by little and see it unfold. Also, look for things you already have around the house. Spray paint can do wonders!

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