Hazel’s Cheery Coral Pink & Gray Nursery

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A Project For

Hazel Marion

Age

6 months

Location

North Carolina

Description

Hazel's nursery is a mix of budget pieces, DIY projects, and vintage/ thrift store finds. We wanted to create a bright, cheery room without feeling like it was overly baby-themed. We wanted a space that could grow with her and be enjoyed for years to come!

Design Inspiration

The fabric for the pillow cover and crib skirt were really the starting point for Hazel's nursery. I loved the coral pinks and blues in it, along with the touches of gold, and tried to incorporate those colors throughout the room.

Project Details

Wall Color: Benjamin Moore's Opal

Crib: College Wood Work, Rossport

Dresser: Dixie campaign dresser, found at Goodwill & repainted

Moroccan side table, Lamps, & Faux-bamboo mirror: Found at various local thrift stores

Book case: Found on Craigslist & repainted

Glider: La-Z-Boy, found on Craigslist

Cornice Boards: DIY-ed

Curtains: West Elm Opaque Linen Panel, with gray trim added

Pillow: Caitlin Wilson Textile's Mint Fleur Chinoise pillow cover

Crib Skirt: DIY-ed with Caitlin Wilson Textile's Coral Fretwork fabric

Abstract art: Local artist, sold here

Gallery wall: DIY heart art by Hazel's aunt & duck painting by Hazel's great-grandfather

Light over crib: Pottery Barn Capiz Pendant, found on sale at PB outlet

Rug: Home Goods, found in clearance section

Favorite Items

It's hard to pick just one, but I think my favorite items are the art work made by family members and the campaign dresser. We found the dresser in very rough shape at a local Goodwill for $25, painted it, and added 'legs' to make it easier to change diapers. It took a while to finish, but I think it's the statement piece of the room!

Advice

Don't rush to pull the room together. Finding pieces that you love and that fit in your budget takes time... I think the best rooms are a unique mix of high-end, vintage, and DIY projects!

5 Comments

  1. 1

    This is quite good. Love the touch of Caitlin Wilson. Excellent work.

  2. 2

    I like the art pieces you put in here, specifically the heart strings and that abstract painting above the changing table. What’s the medium used for that abstract art?

  3. 3

    Thank you, Kimmy! I purchased the abstract art from a local artist, but I believe it is oil on canvas.

  4. 4

    Thank you, Kimmy! I purchased the abstract art from a local artist, but I believe it is oil on canvas.

  5. 5

    What a great find on that dresser! It’s a statement piece and looks fabulous in this nursery.

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