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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!

Dina Christensen

Saturday 24th of November 2012

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

Gavin Crew

Thursday 8th of November 2012

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.


Tuesday 30th of October 2012

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