Our garden inspired us! The room we chose for our baby girl’s nursery faces our back yard and our raised beds. The room also gets beautiful sunshine in the morning, making it a very peaceful space – just like our garden. I wanted to pull in floral/botanical accents, which is why we chose an accent floral wall paper with greens, yellow, and blush/peach colors. The rest of the room is finished in a green grass cloth wallpaper to add texture and to ground the room. I selected gold accents for framed prints and our window treatment to warm up the room and give it a sophisticated feel. We also incorporated woven textured accents around the room to warm it up, such as baskets to hide toys, diapers, and burb cloths. I wanted the nursery to feel personal and the details to feel special, so it was important to me that we collected the items on the shelves over time instead of just one big shopping haul at Target. I found some beautiful wooden toys including one personalized in her name, the books and stuffed animals were gifts or handed down from family, and I purchased the sun hat and wicker doll purse for when she is a bit older. We included some framed photos of a maternity session we did at the beach a few weeks ago.
Combined my daughters two favorite things to create her first big girl room of her dreams!!
We knew we wanted to build this room around a statement wall, whether it was wallpaper, wall decals or one bold color. With the blue rocking chair, brass cart, and white IKEA dresser given to us as gifts, we needed the wall to tie in all of those colors. It was a bit of a challenge as the blue chair was hard to match to pink and blush tones. We loved the Floral Meadow wallpaper when we first came across it. Though, we couldn’t tell if it would sync with the chair and pink accessories, or overwhelm it. We were relieved we could order a sample through Project Nursery before we could commit to the full wall. Not only was it beautiful with amazing quality, the colors were perfect. The floral wallpaper taps into so many different tones, that made it the perfect piece to bring this room together.
We couldn’t be happier with this wallpaper! It was a two person job to put it up, but overall an easy task. Much easier than regular glue wallpaper. We searched for months to find the product, and Project Nursery was one of the only companies out there that offered samples. The overall experience was so positive, that I plan to order my next wall paper here – even for non-baby rooms!
We have waited a long time for our baby girl to be here – years of infertility and failed treatments so the idea of getting to share a room with her big sister who is exactly 6 years older was very special to us and even her! I had a vision in my head for a long time of having a feature wall behind their beds that was a deep shade of green and the floral wallpaper that I fell in love with.
My biggest piece of advice for people planning a space is don’t be afraid to pivot. I had an idea in my head of matching beds for now – basically a crib that coordinates and is in the same furniture line as the big girl bed, but because of Covid delays or not wanting to spend billions on beds, I had to pivot and got matching beds for later and beds that compliment one another now, but aren’t in the same line.
The full reveal, the design plans, how I handled things being out of stock and all my sources are on my site, Livingletterhome.com!
I found a dollhouse for sale by an owner who hand made it. The bones of the structure were so strong and beautiful but the aesthetic of it was not my favorite so I decided to buy it and completely redo it! I used Benjamin Moore neutral paints and floral wallpaper after sanding it down. Now it’s a beautiful, neutral, girly little dollhouse for my daughter who is starting to grow her Maileg mice doll collection!
My daughter’s room was a labor of love. It all started with the rug, which was in her nursery. I loved the soft tones and the subtle pop of green, which I wouldn’t normally opt-for, but it works really well with all the muted tones and keeps it from looking too babyish. The rug’s color palette is what ultimately inspired the floral wallpaper; the colors are bold, but they play off the colors in the rug beautifully. Other than the crib, the gold bookcase was pretty much the only other item I had for her nursery. I then added the wood beaded chandelier when we moved into this house and that’s how her room stayed for a while.
When I started to look at “big girl beds,” I fell in love with this dusty blush bed. I had debated between a “safer” choice with a white bed, but I’m so happy I ultimately went with this one. It’s a mature shade of pink that can carry her well into her teenage years.
After I decided on the bed, I came across this gorgeous canopy in champagne and knew I wanted it for her corner to create a dreamy reading nook. It is such a beautiful, high-quality piece, and my daughter’s mouth dropped when she saw it go up; definitely a little girl’s dream.
I then purchased this simple white nightstand and swapped out the knobs with a set from Hobby Lobby and the room was complete. I’m so happy with how this labor of love turned out, and seeing her reaction to it all was truly priceless. Just remember that oftentimes, these projects do take some time, and you should embrace that because in the end you’ll have a room that you truly love.
I wanted to create a nursery where you felt a calming sense of peace when you entered. A room to raise our daughter in that was simple, yet had special details throughout. I wanted to focus on whites and neutrals with pops of color throughout the room! The best part of this nursery is that I put together the details and vision that I had, while my husband built everything to make my dream come to life! This was the perfect project to do together before the arrival of our first baby! Memories that will last a lifetime. Lastly, every book on her shelves were from a family member or a friend. Instead of bringing cards to our baby shower, they brought their favorite books from growing up with a sweet message addressed to our daughter as she grows and learns to read!
This sweet baby girl nursery was the brainstorm of my sweet client. She wanted flowered wallpaper and board and batten moldings. The rest just came together effortlessly.
Being a boy mom to a 2 year old, when finding out we were expecting a girl, I couldn’t wait to design her nursery to be soft, feminine, and ultra girly. With the help of my mom, my vision became a reality and my sweet girl’s room is now our little blush oasis!
The “Before” was a very boring, plain, builder-grade look. The house was built in 2019 and while everything was nice and new, the room had no personality and did not reflect the little girl living in it at all! There was nothing “custom” about the room and it’s likely that everyone who bought a home from our builder had rooms that looked exactly like this one. The room also had very little functionality aside from sleeping! There was little to no storage, no shelving, and no real storage system for toys, books, etc.
We wanted more, and needed more out of this space. We wanted a space that WE could get creative in, but that would also encourage creativity for our little girl! She needed a place she could feel herself in, feel safe in, read in, study in, and just enjoy being home in!
The entire makeover could have been done in one weekend, but it took us about 3-4 weeks simply for delivery or products we had ordered to spruce things up (bedding, rugs, etc.). We chose a kid-friendly bedding that can be made up simply with pull of a zipper! We went with a beautiful and feminine floral peel and stick wallpaper that was not only SUPER easy to apply, but it has all my daughter’s favorite colors!! Then we added some neutral wood toned shelving for aesthetics and storage, a large comfortable egg chair for cozying up with a book, and some floating shelves above the dresser for books and/or pictures. The entire project cost about $750.
We love everything about this project! My daughter was over the moon thrilled when it was finally done and now she enjoys playing, reading, lounging in there all the time!! It’s so pretty and functional now that it’s even inspired her to keep it clean!! Now if that’s not a mom-win, I don’t know what is!!!
I honestly wouldn’t change a thing, well…except I would have done it sooner!!! But my only words of advice would be make sure that whatever wallpaper you choose works with your wall type. For example if you have textured walls, make sure you get a wallpaper that works well on it. This one did for me! The other thing I would add is make sure you choose design elements that are true to YOU!!! You are unique and the room’s personality should reflect yours!
I have been dreaming about doing a girl’s nursery for as long as I have wanted to be a mother. This surprise pregnancy had me elated when I found out we were having a daughter. I had a secret Pinterest board and couldn’t wait to start decorating and shopping.
Steel Magnolias is my favorite chick flick movie. I’ve seen it over a hundred times and still cry at the same parts. I instantly thought of Shelby and her wedding colors “Blush and Bashful” or as M’Lynn called “Pink and Pink”. I wanted a soft, feminine space with lots of blush with gold accents.
This is by far one of my favourite rooms. The room itself is quite small, so I wanted to add some interest to the room all while keeping it open and airy. I added two walls of this glorious garden floral wallpaper. Kept the remaining items very simple with a Jenny Lind bed and modern side table. The bookcase was a shorter profile so it wouldn’t take up additional rooms space. Character elements were added with wicker storage baskets and a feathered mirror (no longer available). Bedding was kept light with a blush pink comforter and a canopy overhead.
Today we are sharing a sophisticated and elegant nursery sent to us by Lindsey Ground from Parkland, Florida! What a gorgeous room for her new baby girl!
This stunning nursery features our new Rose Bouquet White Linen Crib Bedding collection. Made of top quality eco-friendly white linen, this crib bedding will add a touch of romantic charm to your baby’s room. Crib rail cover is both decorative, and will keep baby from chewing on the crib. Scalloped white linen teething guard is accented with linen ruffle trim. Luxurious white linen crib skirt coordinates with the crib rail cover with accent ruffle trim. Lux linen adds distinctive texture and heirloom appeal. All white crib bedding is versatile and can give a timeless feel to any nursery. Classic styling gives this sweet baby girl bedding a tailored, timeless appeal.
Our Rose Bouquet Crib Collection can be purchased as a set, or each piece can be ordered separately.
Large scale floral wallpaper is the perfect backdrop for the all white crib bedding. Statement large floral wallpaper is a popular trend for girl nurseries. An assortment of white and blush flowers on a dark background creates a feminine space for a baby girl.
The geometric star pendent from Ballard Designs adds sparkle to the room!
A round gold rimmed mirror, gold accent table and gold drawer pulls on the white dresser add a touch of glamour and pull the room together. Sweet pom pom storage bins are perfect for organizing toys and more.
I have always dreamed of the day I’d be able to design a baby girl nursery. Honestly, I never thought I would actually see that day, so when we found out Harlow was a girl, my heart fluttered with the thought of creating the perfect nursery for her. My Pinterest board exploded with oodles of inspo pics and I knew from the beginning that I wanted a statement wall… one that would be a total swoon factor when you walked in… so that is where I started and the rest kind of flowed in from there, piece by piece. I mixed in lots of texture and pulled colors from the vintage floral wallpaper. I also made sure to incorporate pieces that would remind me of my grandma, who gained her angel wings while Harlow was in my tummy, such as the sprinkles of eucalyptus, the pampas with their “angel wing-like” vibe, and her favorite color, green. While I splurged on some pieces in the room, like the gold floral mirror, I also mixed in quite a bit of inexpensive items that really make the room come to life.
We live in a 90 year old bungalow in Seattle, WA. When it came time to design the nursery, I wanted to have some vintage charge to compliment the charerstics of our home like the orignal crown molding and glass door knobs which is why I love the crib so much. It has an antique feel without actually being an old crib. ;) My favorite feature of the room is definitely the wallpaper. It adds a fun pop of color and was so easy to install. With our home being so old, I was worried the walls wouldn’t be level and too textured but this removable wallpaper took about an hour to complete. Since the room is pretty small, the Ikea shelves were a great way to display books without taking up much room. There are a few DIY features of the room including the curtains which were purchased from Target and then my mom and I added a pom trim. We also made the side table by sanding a tree stump our friend gave us. I’m so happy with how the room came out. Our little one loves staring at her wallpaper as we rock her!
We knew early on that we wanted to incorporate this gorgeous floral wallpaper. Even though the space isn’t huge, the high ceilings and generous amount of natural light definitely make the room feel spacious enough for this oversized floral design. To add warmth, gold accents were incorporated throughout the room. We sourced items from different shops to achieve a unique and inviting space and that also added personality to the room. The acrylic crib and white dresser are slightly different styles yet compliment each other beautifully. We kept the larger pieces of furniture white and added color to the room with the smaller decor elements in pink, gold, and sage green.