A soft and sweet nursery with a girly vintage feel.
After 3 boys in a row I was so excited to find out I was having another girl and I knew I just had to have a pink nursery. The inspiration for this nursery really came from her name, Bonnie. It is her grandmother and great grandmother's name and it literally means good and pretty. So I wanted the room to feel vintage, sweet, and pretty. The jumping off point for the whole room was the fabrics. I feel they really capture classic baby girl.
My decorating style is pretty classic. My husband would say it is grandma, but I would say it is awesome young grandma with a modern twist. I love painted furniture and beautiful fabrics.
The curtain fabric is Marguerite Main in Cream by Riley Blake Designs. The other fabrics also come from the Marguerite line and Sweetest Thing from Riley Blake designs and Ruby by Bonnie and Camille for Moda.
The crib was an old Jenny Lind drop side crib that I picked up for $20 and completely rebuilt and painted. It is made of a very hard wood and is now VERY safe and sturdy.
The stencil behind the crib is the Charlotte Allover stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils. It is fabulous.
The wonderful dresser/changing table was also classifieds find.
The large pictures on the wall are pictures I took myself and then had the printed as engineering prints at staples. Then I took them to a local craft store's framing department and had them dry mounted to foam board. I think the large one cost about $25 total.
The large paper flowers are from Martha Stewart.
My favorite thing about the room is the molding I installed while very pregnant. And the soft soft pink paint. And the very large picture of my sweet baby girl sleeping like an angel 2 weeks old.