Hipster Nursery

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A Project For

Delaney Lynne's Hipster Nursery

Age

Not even born yet!

Location

South Florida

Description

Chevron Stripes, bright colors, and a fun swinging chair give my little baby girl's nursery a hip, fun vibe -- with just a touch of girl and a lot of fun!

Design Inspiration

Chevron Stripes in fun colors

Decorating Style

Contemporary

Project Details

Swing: Pier 1

Crib and Changing Table: Craig's List

Fabric: Fabric.com

Poufs: Joss & Main

Overhead Tissue Flowers: DIY

Rug: Overstock.com

Painting: Done by me....ask me for the colors (I don't have them around me)

Curtains: Ikea

Favorite Items

The swinging chair, of course!

Advice

Look at "how to" online for chevron stripe painting -- it is really not that hard!

7 Comments

  1. 1

    Wow, chevron galore! I love the fun energy of this nursery. And kudos for you for the DIY paint. I’m sure PN readers would love to hear more about how you did it.

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    Oh so sorry for the slow response!! The Pom Poms — I attached them to the ceiling using push pins (clear ones) and fishing string (is that the right word??) from the push pins to the Pom Poms — just tie the fish wire to the pipe cleaner (or garbage bag ties, which is what I used) that you use to make the PomPoms . . .. Can’t even see the string!

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    Love love love this room! Particullary the fabric on what I think is the changing table (the flower print on grey) Searching for this on fabric.com is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Can you tell me the name of it? Or a tip on how to find it?

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    Love this nursery! Please share the paint colors! We’ve covered a window seat in same chevron fabric:)

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