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Ada’s Nursery


I wanted an elegant and girly nursery that wasn't too baby-ish for our daughter, Ada, due Nov. 5th. I knew I wanted to do alot of pink and white, but I love color, so I had to throw in some pops of hot pink.

Design Inspiration

The first things I found that I loved were the pink polka-dotted curtains and daisy finials from Pottery Barn kids. Based on these I knew I wanted to do polka-dots and daisies.

Decorating Style

Classic/Traditional with pops of color

Project Details

Polka-dot curtains: Pottery Barn Kids Daisy valance: Pottery Barn Kids Daisy finials: Pottery Barn Kids Crib: Target Crib sheet, skirt, and blanket: Pottery Barn Kids Name on wall: Etsy Waste basket: Hobby Lobby (I painted it and stenciled polka-dots on it) Corner shelves: Target Chair: BuyBuyBaby Monogrammed pillow: Pottery Barn Kids Book shelves: Pottery Barn Kids Nightstand: Target Lamp: Pottery Barn Kids Vase: IKEA Change table: from a friend (repainted it) Change pad cover: Etsy Change table baskets: Pottery Barn Kids Change table knobs: Pottery Barn Kids Frames on wall: Hobby Lobby and IKEA Monogram and "Love" sign on wall: Hobby Lobby (spraypainted them) Framed sayings: Etsy Laundry hamper and Toys basket: Pottery Barn Kids Rug: Ebay (Pottery Barn Kids design) Pom-poms: Etsy Chandalier: Pottery Barn Kids

Favorite Items

I love how the pom-poms and lanterns turned out. I also love the chandalier.


Stick to your "vision" and have fun with it!

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  1. avatar Dina Christensen says:

    So pretty and girly. I know my daughter would love to have a room like this!

  2. avatar Gavin Crew says:

    This room’s got some pretty little details. The wall collage, for one. Then there’s the curtain with floral design, the corner shelf, and the lovely quilt.

  3. avatar Lisapeck says:

    I think that the windows, the curtain and the valance really made Ada’ room great. Nice room!