The first item I purchased for the nursery was the bedding. I absolutely feel in love with it! The crib, nursery chair and dresser were passed down from Brinley’s older brother who is 3 now.The rest of the decor seemed to fall into place. The flowers on the wall were my mom’s idea, she saw a nursery at a client’s house that had them and told me about them… With my love for crafting I made a bunch of paper flowers myself. The bow and headband holders were made by my super talented and also very crafty best friend.
Our little Low’s nursery is a mix of native, shabby-chic and vintage elements. It is a soft calming space filled with lots of whites, neutrals, pale-rose colored accents and wood. Everything in her room has been thoughtfully picked or hand-made by her daddy and I with love.
This is my eldest daughter Ryan’s romantic pink and cream nursery turned toddler room. It is the perfect room for any little girl filled with all kinds of fun things to play with but put together in a decorative way that is pleasing to the eye.
We wanted a calm, soft space with some old and new elements mixed in. The room features some vintage blankets, hints of metallics, retro starburst mirrors, and lots of fluffy white and sheepskin!
It was so fun putting together this nursery for our first born. We wanted a feminine nursery with woodland accents. All items were hand selected from a variety of stores to keep the room unique and personal. Our idea was for the nursery to be transitional for Emerson as she grows. Furnishings and accents were chosen with a less juvenile feel with the hope that she will enjoy them for years to come.
Airy/Creamy/Simple Chic Nursery
Sweet peach….it’s a girly room with soft gray walls, white linen, and peach accents. It was a DIY project and a labor of love for the entire family…my husband and I hand painted all the furniture (except crib), and I handmade the chandelier and mobile. My 13 year old daughter and I made the photo frames and other accessories.
Pink and Gray are my favorite colors so I knew for sure I wanted to use them for our nursery. I didn’t want to have too much pink, so I thought gray walls with pink accents would be the perfect touch!
Baby Alexa’s beautiful pink and grey nursery.
A small and happy pink and gray nursery for my first child.
Amelia’s pink, coral and yellow You Are My Sunshine themed nursery is reminiscent of my own childhood. I found and redid a dresser that matched my dresser from my childhood bedroom and the vintage Golden books are from my own childhood library.
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I wanted to give my first born a classic, feminine nursery with some modern touches. I didn’t want to use a theme or be stuck with décor that I couldn’t reuse later on. I had so much fun finding items for Bella’s nursery, whether that be scoring great deals at Homegoods or using things I already had in other areas of my home. Her room was made with a lot of love.
Gray and Pink nursery
When we found out we were having a little girl our wheels instantly started turning thinking about how her shower would be. Girly shabby chic has always been something that inspires me when I think of little girls.
This stunning nursery was designed by Milk Deco as well as the furniture being designed and made by them. The idea was to have a calming blue feature wall with splashes of bright pink to pop against the blue and make it more girly.
Nursery on a budget! Most of this was diy like the pom poms, bow holder, and name over the crib. I found both the changing table and rocking elephant through consignment. Both the dresser and crib are from target for under $100 I just changed the knobs on the dresser. It was so much fun and a lot more special making a nursery that wasnt “cookie cutter”!
This project was mostly DIY/handmade/repurposed. I made all of the bedding, the curtains, the changing table cover, the artwork, and recovered the glider and ottoman. My husband stripped, repainted and changed the hardware to the 2 secondhand dressers I found. It was a lot of work, but we love the results.
My first baby is due in just a few weeks. This is our adorable grey & bright pink nursery fit for a princess :) I did much of the crafts myself & enjoyed being able to add small, loving touches to the room!