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Edythe’s Shabby Chic Nursery


I always knew I wanted my baby girl's nursery to have a shabby chic feel with a vintage flair. I designed this nursery to be soft, feminine and relaxing with a few bold accents to really make the room unique and awe-inspiring.

Design Inspiration

The theme of Edythe's nursery revolved around her Shabby Chenille crib sheets from Carousel Designs. Once I found those the rest of the room took shape. I love the vintage floral design on the sheets and that motif can be seen repeated throughout the room.

Decorating Style

I wanted this nursery to be soft and feminine but not too old fashioned. I love vintage accents but still wanted the room to look crisp and modern overall.

Project Details

Crib and Changing Table: Walmart

Crib Sheet: Carousel Designs

Crib Skirt and Mesh Crib Bumper: Target

Lamp: Target

Rocking Chair and Side table: Amazon

Rose Coat Hangers: Amazon

I Love You a Bushel and a Peck Sign: Etsy

Dress Form Head Band Holder: Bed Bath and Beyond

Bird Cage Sock Holder: Joann's

Name Wall Decal: Etsy

Book Shelves: These were made with rain gutters purchased from Home Depot.

Bookshelf: This was made from 4 apple crates purchased at Michael's, painted white and adhered together.

Yarn Letter E: DIY

Love Wall Art: DIY

Nursery Wall Art: DIY

Felt Rose Baby Mobile: DIY

Dresser: DIY

Favorite Items

I love all the personal and meaningful touches we were able to incorporate into her room. "I Love You a Bushel and a Peck" was a song my great-grandmother always used to sing to us so I was so happy to find that sign to hang in her room. The chevron blanket on the rocking chair was my baby blanket crocheted by my grandmother. My mom had saved her favorites of my own baby dresses and now they are hanging in my baby girl's room. Also, both my husband's and my own very first stuffed animals are now a part of Edythe's collection. I believe it is little additions like these that make a room really special.


Tuesday 28th of October 2014

Hi, what paint colour did you use for the pink in this room?

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Thursday 24th of July 2014

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