I wanted to create a nursery that was feminine and bright, but not too "babyish". We also wanted to stick to a budget and completed a few DIY projects for the room. My mom was a huge help and did the sewing for the curtains and crib skirt and helped with the wall stencil!
I found the fabric for the room first and used that as my inspiration. I loved the idea of using pink and green in the room and wanted something cheery and bright, as well as girly! When I saw this fabric, I loved it instantly and knew it was perfect for Emma's room!
Bright and cheery! I love mixing old with new.
Crib Skirt and Curtains--Custom made (fabric from local shop Tassels)
Wall Stencil--Olive Leaf Stencils (found on Etsy.com)
Capiz Shell Chandelier--World Market
Dresser--yard sale purchase that we painted white
White Shadow Box Frame--Michaels
White Footprint Frame--Babies 'R Us
Round Mirrors--yard sale purchases that I repainted
Bird mobile and art above dresser were DIY projects & the pink and white chevron blanket was a handmade gift from my sister
My favorite item in the room is the pink and white chevron blanket that my sister made for my daughter--It's just so beautiful and special! But I also love how the stenciled wall turned out.
This room was created on a budget. A lot of the items for this room were either DIY projects or yard sale finds, but we did spend a little extra on the fabric for the curtains and the crib skirt. Stenciling the wall behind the crib took some time but gave a big impact without spending a lot of money.