Pretty in Pink Nursery

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Description

After having two boys it was so fun to design a nursery for a little girl. I wanted something soft, feminine, and pink! I chose to go the floral route because of how beautiful the Rifle Paper Co. prints were. I ordered them on black friday for a steal of a deal!

The crib, rocker, and dresser were all hand-me-downs from big brothers or garage sale finds. The crib is painted in non-toxic, zero VOC paint, and was originally an ugly brown color. The dresser is painted in Annie Sloan Pure White and I used Hobby Lobby knobs to make it a little more girly.

Design Inspiration

After sifting through images on Pinterest, I was able to formulate what I loved about little girl rooms. I used my interest boards to determine what I wanted to do in her room, and went from there. I love Serena and Lily curtains, but did not want to spend the money on three 98" panels, so I bought IKEA curtains and used Joann's pom-pons to sew on the edges.

Project Details

All of my sources can be found on my blog.

Favorite Items

My favorite items are the Pottery Barn Kids sheet, Restoration Hardware bumper, and my grandmother's broaches on the bow holder.

Advice

Look through as many photos as possible and piece together your own ideas in order to create something unique for your baby!

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