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Caroline June’s Nursery


I wanted to create a fresh/ rustic/shabby chic nursery.  I was working with a pretty tight budget so I had to figure out how to get the look for less.  I incorporated a lot of things into the room that we already had at home and found pieces for a great price at target and on etsy.  I handmade the bed skirt myself and a local seamstress made the curtains for $50(amazing!!! I mean they are pleated and lined!)

Design Inspiration

My inspiration came from the french provisional furniture that I refinished that belonged to by grandmother.

Project Details

  1. Chair- Babies R Us
  2. Crib-Target
  3. Curtains- Amy Butler fabric (
  4. Bedskirt-Amy Butler fabric (
  5. Reclaimed wood picture- Custom made by local artist (FB page: Uncle Buddy's Homestead-$45!!)
  6. Dresser and nightstand- Refinished furniture belonged to my grandmother.
  7. white floating shelves-target
  8. Small wooden sign- Etsy
  9. Tissue paper puffs- Etsy
  10. Frames-Target
  11. Lamp-Target( already had at home)
  12. Vintage books- Ebay, Etsy, and my grandmothers house
  13. Clear vase-World Market (already had at home)
  14. foot stool-Target (clearance!)
  15.  letter "C"- Etsy

Favorite Items

The reclaimed wood bird picture above the dresser.  A local artist made it custom for the nursery. (For $45....crazy good price!)

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  1. avatar Jessica says:

    I would love to know the paint color of the dresser! I am painting my baby room tomorrow :D

  2. avatar Libby says:

    Would also love to know dresser paint color! Thanks!!!

  3. avatar Lisa says:

    I would love to know the paint color of the dresser and nightstand? We are using these same colors in our little girls nursery and would love to paint a book shelf this same color!!

  4. avatar Laura says:

    Do you remember the name of the paint color you used on the dresser?

  5. avatar Leslie Marzella says:

    I LOVE your nursery! Do you remember the name of the Amy Butler fabric pattern and dresser paint color that you used?? Thanks so much

  6. avatar Damica Evans says:

    How did you hang the pom poms?

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  8. avatar Lyndsay says:

    Also wondering the pattern name for the curtain fabric! I love it! Thanks!

  9. avatar Megan Paxson says:

    Do you remember the name of the fabric you used for the curtains?

  10. avatar Rebecca Jacobs says:

    What color did you use for the dresser?

  11. avatar brenna says:

    Hi! I love your nursery color scheme. I checked out the fabric, amy butler, but couldn’t find the exact pattern. Do you remember the name of the fabric you used on the curtains? Thanks!

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  14. avatar kaycee says:

    what color is on the dresser

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  16. avatar Jodi says:

    What is the paint color on the walls? That is a beautiful color and room!

  17. avatar Bailey says:

    What color paint did you use for the dresser and nightstand? Super cute!!