Molly’s Blue and Coral Nursery

  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Room View1/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Wall Art2/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Changer3/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Vintage Mirror4/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Fringe Banner5/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Stuffed Animal6/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Wreath7/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Glider8/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Wall Art9/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Stuffy10/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Crib View11/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Alphabet Wall Art12/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Accent13/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Details14/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Hanging Dress15/16
  • Girl Blue and Coral Nursery Crib View16/16


For Molly's nursery, I wanted to use items I already had and new items that I could use for years to come. I also wanted to mix old family items with new modern items.

Design Inspiration

The elephant painting above the crib was really the starting point. I pulled together everything that I had in the house that would coordinate, and then went from there.

Decorating Style

Flexible: I love mixing old with new and colors with neutrals. I also like to use pieces in unexpected ways when I can, and I DIY as much as possible.

Project Details

Furniture: The crib and dresser are from the Delta Canton collection. The rug is from World Market. Accessories: The large ivory pillow, gray owl,  and green monkey are from Pier 1. The coral pillows, dark lamp with coral shade, floor pouf and bird picture are from Target. The elephant picture is from Home Goods. The glass lamp is from TJMaxx, and I added the flower, which is actually a hair accessory, from Stein Mart. The coral throw is also from Stein Mart. The monogram above the crib is from ScrappinPlus on Etsy. The lamb painting is by Debra Hewitt (love her work!). The chevron shelf and dresser knobs are from Hobby Lobby, but I painted the outside to match the nursery. The gas mask is for my husband- he uses it for diaper changes :). DIY Projects: In several places I framed scrapbook paper and attached paper flowers. Over the changing table, the banner is made from (washed) fat quarters torn into 1" strips, and then tied in a knot around a piece of rope. Also above the changing table, I framed scrapbook paper and then attached suction cup hooks to the glass. Rattles are hanging there for Molly to play with during diaper changes. The wreath is actually a garland, with a bird attached, both from Michael's.

Favorite Items

My favorite item is the stuffed lamb hanging over the side of the crib. My mother used to deliver these, along with children's books about the 23rd Psalm, to new moms of special needs children. She passed away two years ago, but I know that is the first gift she would have given her new granddaughter.


Use what you have! It reflects what style you love already. Also keep in mind whether each item can be used in a different area of the house later on, or can transition to a big girl room.


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    What is the name of the wall paint you used? I am going to paint my toddler’s room and I LOVE this color.

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    Please share the paint color of this room! It’s amazing..and we are having the most difficult time finding the right shade for our gender neutral nursery. Thanks!

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    I’m sorry I’m just now seeing these questions-I believe the paint color is Martha Stewart Rainwater, and the elephant painting is signed by F. DeVillenuve.

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