Mary’s Modern Antique Nursery

  • Custom Antique Campaign Dresser1/13
  • Room&Board Shay Swivel Chair Glider2/13
  • Antique Prints of a Little Girl and her Dog3/13
  • DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib4/13
  • Antique Gold Nursery Mirror5/13
  • Graphic Trellis Wallpaper6/13
  • Crate&Barrell Brighton White Twin Bed7/13
  • Antique Brass Hooks8/13
  • PBteen Ultra Plush Ivory Rug9/13
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  • IMG_557211/13
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  • Antique Baby Nursery13/13


A girlie, but modern antique nursery for my sweet baby girl who was born in August. It is a mix of bold color, soft textures, and gilded touches. There are a few antique pieces and items from my nursery combined with more modern decor to keep it fresh.

Design Inspiration

I wanted a timeless look with a hint of regency. I was drawn to coral my entire pregnancy, so I chose other colors to compliment it while keeping much of the room white as not to over power the room.

Decorating Style

Traditional, but fun.

Project Details

Brighton White Twin Bed: Crate & Barrel

Extended Stay Twin Duvet: Land of Nod

Ultra Plush Ivory Rug: PB Teen

DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Chamois Crib Fitted Sheet: Pottery Barn Kids

Scalloped Crib Skirt: Pottery Barn Kids

Custom Campaign Dresser: The Papaya Tree

Light Pink Changing Pad Cover: Pottery Barn Kids

Graphic Trellis Wallpaper: Discount Wallpaper

24" Ottoman Pouf Floor Pillow: Aleta Fae

Shay Swivel Glider: Room & Board

Cross Your Heart Throw Blanket: Land of Nod

Manor Court Crystal 4-Arm Floor Lamp: RH Baby & Child

Painting: Carolyn Shultz

Brass Hooks, Mirror, & Little Girl with Dog Paintings: Antiques


Favorite Items

I absolutely love the custom antique campaign dresser. The pop of color in the room makes it fun and the lacquer finish gives the room some extra elegance. I also really love the antique prints of the little girl and her dog. They hung in my nursery and it is special that I could incorporate them into Mary's.


If you are going to go with wallpaper but are wary of the price and the long term commitment, try just doing one wall and chose wallpaper that is easily removed. Pick the paper before anything else in the room, then add on from there. It is going to be a big statement and you do not want the room to be too busy.


  1. 2

    This is just beautiful! Great color combo with the pinks, coral, navy, and brass. Fabulous job.

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