Harper’s Floral Whimsy Nursery

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  • Floral Wallpaper in a Baby Girl Nursery2/18
  • Modern Crib in a Floral Baby Girl Nursery3/18
  • Nursing Nook in a Pink and Gold Nursery4/18
  • Upcycled IKEA Dresser and a Hand-lettered Name Sign in a Baby Girl Nursery5/18
  • Library Wall in Nursery6/18
  • Nursery Organization Hack - tension rod, small curtain hooks and a can of gold spray paint7/18
  • Nursery Details8/18
  • Nursery Shelfie9/18
  • Over the Crib10/18
  • Ubbi Diaper Pail in a Chic Baby Girl Nursery11/18
  • Mom and Baby in Nursery12/18
  • Petal Pink Drapes in a Baby Girl Nursery13/18
  • Anewall's Jolie Wallpaper from the Project Nursery Shop14/18
  • Floral Whimsical Baby Girl Nursery15/18
  • Project Nursery Baby Monitor16/18
  • Library Wall17/18
  • Rissa Chandelier from Pottery Barn Kids18/18


When I found out I was having a girl, I knew I wanted to go GIRLY! After a very rough-and-tumble boy, I knew it was time for florals and pinks. My jumping off point was the gorgeous Jolie Wallpaper from The Project Nursery Shop. Heart eyes for days! I quickly decided that everything else needed to be fairly neutral with a very clean design and minimal pattern and wall decor. We wanted a very soft gray paint color with pops of gold and just a little bit of pink.

My favorite part of the nursery has to be the gorgeous wallpaper, but a close second is the super-sweet hand-lettered name wall sign from Six Eleven Co. A few other notes - I tried ordering several different more budget-friendly drapes, but ultimately landed with RH Baby & Child's drapes, which were a bit of an investment for me (hello high ceilings!) but were SO worth it. They are amazing quality and block the light so perfectly during nap time.

I fell for the Babyletto Hudson crib long ago and think that it's clean lines and modern look are perfect paired with the whimsical floral wallpaper.

I'm always looking for ways to stay a little more organized so the baby shoe organizer DIY was a fun project. Take a simple tension rod and small curtain hooks, spray paint them gold (if you like gold as much as me!) and hang your baby shoes for easy finding. Side note: the shelves above the glider were another easy project - bought them from IKEA and spray painted the brackets (originally silver) gold for a chic look.

What a fun project was for this to work on for our sweet baby girl!


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    Absolutely love your design style! I find out the gender of my first baby in a few weeks and am secretly hoping for a girl! Could you tell me the gray paint color you used and also where you found the book shelves? Thank you!

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    Where did you get the wallpaper? I found it on etsy but it is more of a mural rather than wallpaper. I have an awkward wall so I need true wallpaper. Thanks!

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    How do you find the company that made the “Harper”sign? I tried googling “Six Eleven Co” but a bike shop pops up only. Thank you!

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    Gorgeous! So many things I love about your design. Just curious where you purchased the wood for the book ledge? I love the stain color.

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    Hi Beth, Do you recall the paint color? (we have a house full of girls, would love a neutral grey wall with this mural vs pink.)

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