Landry Kate’s Vintage Glam Nursery

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A Project For

Landry Kate


2 Weeks


Charlotte, NC


A vintage glam nursery for our first born little girl that we wanted to be sweet and feminine yet cozy and inviting.

Design Inspiration

A Laudree bag that we carried back with us from our anniversary trip to Paris. I loved the pairing of the iconic mint green and gold colors and always knew I wanted to design a room around them. When I found the wallpaper at Anthropologie, I knew that this would be the perfect way to do it.


P.S. Look for the original Laudree bag framed on the gallery wall :)

Decorating Style

Vintage glam a traditional twist and modern accents and prints.

Project Details

The wallpaper again was the splurge and focal point of the room from Anthro.

Monogram is made of various letters found at Hobby Lobby and spray painted vintage gold highlighted by vintage wooden frame.

The crib is a traditional Jenny Lind that I have always adored. The timeless style is just what I wanted and for under $150 I am super happy with the way   it looks.

The bedding is a simple scallop in green from Pottery Barn

The changing table is a $120 Craigslist find that  was just the French Provencial style I was looking for and already had the great gold trim. I gave her a nice new fresh coat of primer and antique white paint.

The Chandelier is a $75 builder-grade standard fixture from Lowes that I spray painted antique gold.

Drapes from -very impressed with the weight and quality for the price.


Favorite Items

The wallpaper


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    Such a lovely feminine room. The wallpaper is absolutely gorgeous! And the other floral details are so pretty.

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    This is a beautiful room! Congratulations on being one of our favorites of the week.

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    Beautiful work!

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    How did you mount the frame to the wall? I’m wanting a similar look, but Im concerned about stability.

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    Rachel- there’s a nail in each corner that my husband angled up on each end to cradle the frame. I also used 3 3M heavy duty hanging strips along to back, hope that helps :)

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    Gorgeous! What brand of paint/color was used on the walls?

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    I love this room and am due in August- where did you find this adorable crib?

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    It looks amazing! I have bought the same crib but it is 2nd hand and needs a bit of work. I was just wondering how you refurbished your’s?

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    Beautiful nursery! Where did you get the curtain rods?

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    katie- they were old rods that I sprayed with an antique gold spray paint :)

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    The framed initials above the crib inspired us to do the same in our baby girl’s nursery. We made a white frame and painted letters for under $25! Check it out at my blog…

    Kassy ;)

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    I was wondering what paint color you used on the walls for that perfect neutral beige?

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    Hi! It’s actually a pale green and is Valspar’s “Ancient Olive” I hope that this helps :)

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    Thanks so much!

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    Beautiful!! What color chair did you choose? Can’t tell from the pic if it is ivory or pale pink. Looking for something very similar!

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    Can you tell me how many rolls of wall paper you needed for the project and what are the demensions of your wall? I love this paper and am looking to do it for our little girls room. Thanks!!!

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    Beautiful nursery! Your Craigslist find changing table was my dresser as a child. I’m 53 YO. My mom bought it at Sears & Roebuck. I see those pieces for sale all the time when at estate sales!

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