Leah’s Rose, Peach and Gold Nursery

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  • Upcycled Dresser Painted White with Burlap Trim added to Drawers3/7
  • Pink and Gold Vintage Gallery Wall4/7
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Photos by Uniquely-Yours Photography

A sweet rose, peach and gold nursery for our little girl.

Design Inspiration

Something beautiful and girly. I didn't really want a theme I just knew I loved gold and peach together and I LOVED the rose stencil I found. After the rose stencil was done rose decor just came into the nursery little by little and I love how it turned out.

Decorating Style

Elegant, girly, budget friendly, vintage

Project Details

Wall Paint: Sherwin William's Near Peach

Stencil Paint: Deco Art Metallic Champagne Gold

Cream Glider and Ottoman: Target

Crib: DownEast Home

Crib Skirt: DIY

Crib Quilt and Changing Pad Cover: DIY

Pendant Light: IKEA

Frames: Home Goods and Spray Painted IKEA Frames

Hutch: IKEA

Nightstand: Upcycled $5 thrift store find. Painted it white, added the gold furniture nails and painted legs gold.

Dresser: Upcycled, painted white and added burlap and trim to drawers

Lamp: Upcycled shade with burlap. Base is from Home Goods.

Curtains: JCPenney

Rose Stencil: Royal Design Studio

Both Name Projects: Banner above crib I made from burlap, modged podged, and painted on the letters. Name on gallery wall, painted a wooden hoop gold, put in some fabric, and stitched her name on it.

Wooden Sign: I made this. Stained it with Weathered gray stain and Dark Walnut stain and then whitewashed. Painted on the saying.

Shelf Decor: Eat you up canvas from Hobby Lobby, Gold stripe canvas I made this. Box, thrift store find then glued paper on it.

Favorite Items

My blessing dress: it has so much meaning to me, my mother made it for me and now my little girl will be able to wear it for her blessing day so I love that I am able to see it everyday :).

Quilt: The first quilt I have ever made. I love all the fabric and it turned out beautifully.

Gold rose stenciled wall: this was a labor of love and I adore it! It was so worth the time it took to paint it!


DIY all the way! Seriously! I found so many things that would have cost an arm and a leg and I figured out how to do a version of it myself and saved so much!


  1. 1

    Love the stenciled wall! I thought that it was wall paper. You did a great job.
    You have created such a beautiful nursery for your little girl!

  2. 2

    Where did you get the fabric for the quilt and do you know the designer/name of the fabric? I absolutely love this beautiful nursery!

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