Glam shabby chic nursery for our daughter
My home decor style is gender neutral so I took advantage of the ability to go all out girly on this nursery. I wanted something sophisticated and ultra feminine that my little princess could grow into.
Shabby chic meets modern glam.
This room began as a Den/Office and was orignally carpet with neutral tan walls and dark red accents. We picked out a distressed black engineered hard wood, wainescoit, and a pale pastel pink for the walls to start the transformation to our little girl's dream room.
I knew I wanted to go with shabby chic white furniture with crystal knobs. I ended up finding both dressers at a shabby chic store near my home. One came with crystal pulls, and the other I swapped out myself. I found a wooden rocker at the same store that I set in the corner with an antiqued side table and a small ottoman.
I knew I wanted wall letters but wasn't willing to pay $12/per letter at some of the leading retailers so I did some online research and ended up ordering the raw whimsical letters from a wholesale website. I then painted them myself, covered them in an ultra fine black glitter, and hung them with light pink polka dot ribbon on crystal anchors. I highly recommend making the wall letters yourself to create a totally custom project for a fraction of the cost.
The rest of the accents I ended up finding at odd and end stores. I even found 2 toddler-sized black french side chairs with crystal buttons at a store near my home (not pictured).
The beautiful bedding custom made by my mom and aunt, and the crystal chandelier I found on overstock.com
Have your bedding custom made! Whether you have a friend/family member who is talented enough to make the bedding, or you find someone on Etsy, I highly recommend having the bedding custom made to your style.