Classically feminine blue and pink nursery featuring delicate touches such as eyelet curtains, and do-it-yourself touches featuring trees, birds, owls and delicate flower prints.
My greatest inspiration was my childhood. As a little girl, I was in love with eyelet lace, small flower patterns, and delicate colors - such as you might find in an old quilt or in children's clothing in the late 1800's. I searched seemingly forever for nursery bedding and inspiration that reflected by interest and came up short. Everything was overly-girly (chandeliers, lots of pink, ruffles and pearls), so gender-neutral it wasn't obviously a girl's room, or included cartoon animals reminiscent of a preschool classroom. Finally, I tripped across the light blue and pink girls' nurseries and I fell in love. I gave up on finding bedding and accessories, and instead decided to make my own.
Feminine yet simplistic. Classic and (hopefully) timeless.
Land of Nod Not so Nocturnal Owl Lamp
Baby's Dream Spice Crib in Snowdrift
Land of Nod Eyelet Curtain Panels
Baby bedding and accessories do-it-yourself using 3 Sisters for Moda Printemps Fabric
Wall art do it yourself using Etsy as inspiration, specifically Art by Nataera (I loved her work but wanted mixed media rather than prints so decided to do it myself)
Name - Wood letters from Michaels painted in high gloss white
Headband holder - Target jewelry tree (clearance about 2 years ago)
Fabric Wall Flowers - DIY
Rocker - Hand down from our gracious neighbors
The curtains! There are so many beautiful DIY items in the nursery that I am extremely proud of. However, the eyelet curtains combined with the Tiffany blue walls create such a calming ambiance that I don't want to leave!
If you have an idea that you love but you can't find exactly what you're looking for, don't be afraid to try making it yourself. There are so many resources online and you'll be amazed by how many of your friends have skills you didn't know about!