Leighton Kate’s Pink and Gold Nursery

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A Project For

Leighton Kate

Age

Born March 14, 2014

Location

Franklin, TN

Description

Our little girl's sweet nursery.

Design Inspiration

I have had a slight obsession with gold and pink lately, so as soon as we found out it was another girl, I knew those would be incorporated some how. Our first little girl's nursery was more fun and bright colors, I wanted to do a very soft and light room this go round. I am so thrilled with how it all came together!

Project Details

Jenny Lind Crib: Babies R Us

Crib Skirt: Serena & Lily (actually found it at HomeGoods for $15!! steal of the year!)

Crib Bumper: Serena & Lily

Crib Sheet: Pottery Barn

Leighton Kate  Blanket: Pottery Barn 

Curtain: Pottery Barn

Dresser: Babies R Us - bought on sale for $99 painted and added new pulls

Rug - HomeGoods

Beckner Glider: Best Home Furnishings

Pillow - HomeGoods

Gold Side Table: Target

Lamp:Target

Glass Owl: Target

Picture Frames: Target and HomeGoods

Prints: Designed and printed by me!! :)

Starburst Mirror: Kirklands (no longer available)

Gold Vase: Target

Pink and Gold "L": Cardboard from Joann's, painted by me! :)

Wood Name Sign: Etsy, ALittleMiscellany

Tassle Garland: Etsy, Paperchain Press

Chandelier: Amazon

Baskets for Closet - Large Coral - HomeGoods

Small Bright Pink: Land of Nod

Medium Pink: Wal-Mart

White: Wal- Mart

Favorite Items

I am in love with her crib and the decor above it, so happy with out it turned out! I love just sitting in there with her, it's so peaceful.

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    Disappointed that cribs continued to be shown with bumpers. Bumpers have been proven to be related to crib deaths and the American academy of pediatrics has come out against their use (for years now!) because of their risk of suffocation, and many retailers do not even offer them anymore. What people chose to use is up to them, but when research shows something is unsafe, it should not be displayed as a “normal” part of crib dressing on a website targeting parents who are designing nurseries for their newborns. I think I’m done with project nursery, which is a shame, because the rest of this nursery is quite cute.

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    Hi Kat, Thank you for your comment. We welcome open and constructive dialogue within our community and we appreciate your opinion. The Project Nursery gallery is a user generated platform. It is our hope that people can pull inspiration from rooms that are uploaded by our readers even when there may be certain elements they don’t see as a fit for their families or don’t agree with.

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    Hi! Great nursery! Sorry to be asking the same question as someone below, but what is the Paint color? Looking for something like it. Thanks!

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    Also curious what the wall color is :) also- totally jealous on that crib skirt find!!

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    I would love to know the name of the paint color as well! Maybe you could find out for us? Thanks!

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