Grace’s Dreamy Nursery

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As soon as I found out I was having a baby girl, I began to dream about what her nursery would look like. I knew I wanted the walls to be a bluish grey color because it's incredibly calming, and what momma wouldn't want their baby to sleep in a calm nursery? I'm certainly a big girly girl but knew I didn't want to go overboard with the pink, so I chose a soft pink to accent the bluish grey. The first furniture piece I purchased was the dresser on craigslist. It was originally light yellow, but I painted it pink hombre using Annie Sloan chalk paint and waxed the handles with gold gilding wax. Lastly, I used gold accessories to add a little bit of chic glam to Grace's room. My piece of advice is make your baby's nursery an extension of your home decor style. You will spend countless hours in that room feeding your baby, and rocking her to sleep, so why not make it a room you love to be in too? I had so much fun putting this room together, and I'm thrilled to share the results!

 

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