Layla Jane’s Peach Nursery

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  • Gold Chandelier with White Glass Flowers5/14
  • DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib6/14
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  • Vintage Dresser9/14
  • Monogrammed "LMJ" Pillow10/14
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  • How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You Prints12/14
  • Vintage Hat Boxes13/14
  • Little Castle Enchanted Recliner Swivel Glider14/14
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Description

This is the space that I envisioned for our daughter Layla's peach nursery.  I started thinking about it even before I knew she was a girl!  Once we found out we were having a girl for sure, my ideas really started to spiral from there!

Design Inspiration

First, I picked my paint color, Benjamin Moore's Whispering Peach.  Once I had that established I was able to pick accent colors and use Pinterest to help with some of my inspiration.

Decorating Style

Vintage chic, with a few newer pieces thrown in.

Project Details

Stencils Wall: Cutting Edge Stencils

DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib: Amazon

Little Castle Enchanted Recliner Swivel Glider: Found Used on Craigslist

How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You Prints: Butterdesignlab

Gold Chandelier with White Glass Flowers:  The White Rabbit

Vintage Hat Boxes: Found at a Local Antique Store

Gold Crown Hook:  World Market

Vintage Crown Accent Lamp: RH baby & child

Mini Distressed Wall Mirrors: RH baby & child

Distressed Wood Shelves: RH baby & child

Monogrammed "LMJ" Pillow:  Knollwood Lane

Changing Table:  Found on Craigslist and painted with CeCe Caldwell paint, mirror spray painted gold with Valspar paint.

Tall Dresser: Found on Craigslist and Painted with CeCe Caldwell Paint

Black Crib Sheet: Biscuit Home

Coral Crib Sheet: Biscuit Home

Crib Skirt: Handmade

Curtains: Handmade

Changing Pad Cover: Serena & Lily

Wooden Rocking Horse:  The Refind Room

Bookshelf: The White Rabbit

End Table: Family Heirloom, Painted with CeCe Caldwell Paint

Name Above the Crib: TheLettery

Area Rug: HomeGoods

 

Favorite Items

The changing table.  I spent a lot of time painting and distressing this piece and I know Layla is going to love seeing herself in that mirror!

Advice

Think outside of buying everything as a "set" and look for ways to create and renew.  By thinking this way I saved money on furniture and was able to splurge a little more on some of the accent pieces that I otherwise might not have been able to do.  Utilize Craig's List, garage sales, antique stores, and estate sales!

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