I wanted to avoid a 'little kid' or 'baby' room all together. I invested in a convertable crib and decorated in a theme that I thought could grow with her and had a touch of baby, but was also more big girl as well. Everything turned out just the way I planned!
Zoey's nursery was inspired by my love for pure and simple color palates with a pop of color. I wanted something white with touches of pink and a pop of blues. Her walls are painted a soft silver/blue/gray, the wainscotting is an arctic white and the accent choices are different shades of pink with a hint of Teal/Bermuda Blue.
Clean and soft with a touch of class and elegance.
- Crib and Dresser: Baby Cache Heritage White from Babies R Us
- Wall pictures: Etsy.com
- Shadowbox wall pictures: (Butterflies and Stars) Homemade
- Wall shelf: Amazon.com
- Rug and side table: Overstock.com
- Glider: Newco Glider, Babies R Us
- Glider Pillow: Homemade
- Wall Stencil: Etsy.com
- Wall Mirror: Linens and Things
- End Table Lamp Base and Shade: Target
- Changing Table: Storkcraft Aspen, Amazon.com
- Changing Table Baskets: Amazon.com
- Blinds: SelectBlinds.com
- Curtains: Walmart.com
- Curtain Rod: Target.com
- Bookshelf: Target.com
- Bookshelf Pom Poms
I believe this is the easiest look to create since the palate is mostly white and you can accent with any color. Don't overdue one accent color or another, find two colors that you really enjoy and use one as a dominant color and the other as the 'pop' of color. Keep the walls in lighter tones to help the room appear larger than it is. When adding curtains to a window and you don't have high ceilings, place the rod as high up towards the ceiling as possible to create a high ceiling.