A Sweet Vintage Nursery

  • Sweet Vintage Baby Nursery1/24
  • Dutch Door2/24
  • Vintage Round Crib3/24
  • Crib Blanket4/24
  • Monogram Pillow5/24
  • DIY mobile6/24
  • Closet7/24
  • Closet 28/24
  • Closet Organizers9/24
  • Toy Basket10/24
  • Toy Basket 211/24
  • Lamp12/24
  • Mirror13/24
  • Vintage Frame14/24
  • Rocking Corner15/24
  • Changing Table16/24
  • Crib 217/24
  • Reading Wall18/24
  • Rocking Chair19/24
  • Chandelier20/24
  • Mobile21/24
  • Changing Table22/24
  • Changing Table23/24
  • Wall Art24/24

A Project For

Adelaide Lily




Atlanta, Georgia


I wanted a calm and sweet nursery for our first baby. We painted the walls a pale gray and added neutral details with a few pops of color. The furniture is a combination of new and vintage, mixed with some DIY projects. We did a lot of work ourselves, adding crown molding, a Dutch door and wall stencil and shelving in the closet. The room is small, so we maximized space by using a compact dresser as a changing table, removing the closet doors to make it feel bigger, and placing a round crib in the corner. A chandelier and closet lights helped brighten the room.

Design Inspiration

I was mostly inspired by bright, airy nurseries, and added some colored pieces at my husband's urging. Lots of Pintrest and Google searches!

Project Details

Crib,Changing Table and oval frame: Vintage

Nurserywork Empire Rocker: Posh Tots

Allen + Roth Closet System: Lowes

Ribba Book Shelves: IKEA

Wall Art: Etsy

Round Floor Basket, White Closet Baskets and Diaper Baskets: Land of Nod

Curtains and Chevron Rug: Pottery Barn Kids

wooden name: CraftCuts

Custom Bedding: AngelWings on Etsy

Wall Paint: Moonshine by Benjamin Moore

Dresser Paint: Blue Whisper by Valspar

Favorite Items

I love everything, but the round crib is my favorite. We found it vintage, cut down the poles, painted it, and added some custom bedding. It turned out lovely!


Do lots of shopping at thrift stores to find the right pieces, and don't be afraid to use paint to make everything match.


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    So soft and serene! Love the aqua that you painted the changing dresser. Could you please tell me the color? I also like the touches of pink that make it girly.

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    Hi! The sea grass baskets came from World Market and the bar with hooks they are hanging from came from Ikea. The mobile was a DIY project, made with felt and styrofoam balls.

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    Love this nursery! I found the baskets on World Market’s website. Do you remember if they are small, medium, or large? Also, do you know what the bar and hooks are called? I’m trying to search ikea.com but haven’t been succesful so far. Thanks!

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    Stephanie we got the bar and hooks today. They were in the kitchen section and called a Grundtal Rail in 31 inches. The hooks are the 2 3/4 Grundtal S hooks. Hope this helps!

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    The Seagrass baskets on world market don’t have handles and the one shown here has one. Can you tell me which baskets specifically? Thx!!

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    Heptathlete00 – They’re on the website…called Rachael Wall baskets. Pretty sure they’re the large size.

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    I love your bookshelf wall… So the 2 white bookshelves are from Ikea? Where are the brown hanging baskets underneath the shelves from? (the ones holding the toys)

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    Hi! What size shelves did you get from IKEA? I have been looking, and I can’t decide what lengths will work best.

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    Any idea what the bar and hook system from IKEA that the sea grass baskets are hanging on is called?

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    Love this!!
    Could you please tell me which size of the ikea picture ledges you used here? There is a 21 and a 45 inch size. Thank you so much!

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